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  1. Sexual exploitation

    Child sexual exploitation is a form of abuse which involves children (male and female, of different ethnic origins and of different ages) receiving something in exchange for sexual activity. Perpetrators of sexual exploitation are found in all parts of the country and are not restricted…
  2. Family mediation

    Family mediation is an alternative to using just lawyers or the courts to resolve matters relating to child arrangements and finances at a time of divorce or separation.It is a voluntary process that enables separating couples to resolve their differences in a series of meetings…
  3. Domestic Abuse

    Everyone has the right to live free from abuse and fear.  If you are experiencing domestic abuse you may feel frightened, alone and confused.  Please know that you are not to blame and you are not alone. Help and support is available. Domestic abuse can be threatening…
  4. Divorce and separation

    Divorce and separation can be very painful and distressing. But if you have recently separated from your partner, or your children are trying to adjust to a new family, you’re not alone. Family change is all around – more than one in four children in…
  5. Bullying

    Bullying is a frightening experience. It can isolate and damage a young person's self-confidence. Some ongoing bullying can have negative long-term effects on children, leading to depression and even suicidal thoughts and actions. School days are a time when the influence of other children is…
  6. Parenting Classes

    Parenting can be challenging but it can also be fun, rewarding, wonderful and exciting. There is something really special about being a mum or a dad, but there is not a set 'how to parent' guide. However, there are strategies you can try to counteract…
  7. Education and schools

    One of the most important areas where you can support your child is in their schooling. When parents are involved in their children's education they tend to enjoy school more, go to their lessons regularly, get better results and have fewer problems with their behaviour.…
  8. Parent and toddler groups

    Parent and toddler groups provide a meeting place for parents and carers with babies and small children to relax and chat together while children play. They offer opportunities for friendship, learning & fun! Groups are usually run and used by grandparents, childminders and nannies as…
  9. Young People - where to go for help and advice

    If you're a young person aged 11 to 19 in Redbridge looking for information advice and support in the following areas, please go to the Young People pages of the Redbridge website: Jobs, apprenticeships and employment National Careers Service Youth Council Advice and support Duke…
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