Helpful resources - Maternal wellbeing
Helpful resources - 0-5 years
Helpful resources 0-5 years
Helpful resources - 5-19 years
Anaphylaxis (Allergies/Epipens) - AllergyUK
Anaphylaxis (Allergies/Epipens) - Anaphylaxis.org
Children's rights and advocacy
Eating Disorders - Beat
Enuresis (Bed wetting)
Refugees and migrants
Sleep - The Sleep Charity
Young carers - Children's society
Young carers - Email address
Young carers - Thurrock
Emotional health and wellbeing
Essex Mental Health Support Team (MHST)
School wellbeing service - firstname.lastname@example.org - 01375 652537
SET CAMHS - 0800 953 0222 - email@example.com
The Mix - 0808 808 4994
Sexual health and relationships
Brook.org - Resources
Consent - Explanation video
Consent - The Mix
Puberty - Introduction (For year 5 school group and above)
Puberty - Changes at puberty (For year 5 school group and above)
Puberty - How babies are made (For Year 6 school group and above)
Puberty - How boys bodies grow (For year 5 school group and above)
Puberty - How girls bodies grow (For year 5 school group and above)
Thurrock sexual health services
Drugs, alcohol and smoking
Change, grow, live - Wize-up Thurrock
Child sexual exploitation
County lines and criminal exploitation
Gangs - See the signs
Missing from home
Talk to Frank
Thurrock healthy lifestyle service
Children's Centres in Thurrock
Thurrock’s Children’s Centres focus on improving outcomes in four main areas, namely child development and school readiness, parenting, parent aspirations and health and well-being.
At the children’s centres they support the personal, social, physical and emotional development, communication and language from pre-birth to age 5 as well as promote safeguarding of your child.
Parents can also get support to improve the skills that enable them access education, training and employment to provide a more secure future for their children and families.
They provide support to you, your children & families.
Access the list of Children's Centres in Thurrock.
Prevention and Support Centres in Thurrock
Thurrock’s prevention and support services (formerly known as troubled families) also known as PASS which concentrates on families with specific needs such as parenting support, domestic abuse, sexual violence, troubled families, crime prevention, and parental physical & mental health. The key objective of the service is to offer practical advice, support and direct casework to families to prevent issues escalating and requiring statutory intervention.
PASS comprises a range of professionals including:
- Children's centres
- Youth offer
- Social workers
- Family support workers
- Parental outreach workers
- Community support worker
- Programme manager
PASS is supported by a range of services that have strategic oversight. It is based on a 'team around the family' approach, with designated lead professionals responsible for coordination of casework.
You can contact them on 01375 652 652
Visit their website: https://www.thurrock.gov.uk/prevention-and-support-service