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Mothers who are struggling and need extra support or whose children are involved with children’s services, need to understand their rights and options. This page aims to help.
How children’s services should work with mothers
Advice when children’s services are concerned about domestic abuse
Raising concerns and making complaints
- Our Top tips guides and template letters to support families in working with children’s services. They include information about finding support from an advocate
- Our advice sheet 6a) Accessing records held by children’s services: personal information about families. This explains how to find out what personal information children’s services hold about you and your child
- Our Parents Forum. If you haven’t been able to find the answer to your question within our Get help & advice pages, visit our Parents Forum to post a question and receive an answer from one of our expert advisers