Children’s Centres – Parenting, support, behavioural issues

About this service:

Children’s centres bring together a range of free services for children from birth to five, and their families. Services vary at each centre according to local community needs but all centres provide links to childcare, family support and a range of parent and toddler activities. Anyone who cares for or is expecting a child can register to use the centres.

Family support teams who work with children and young people from birth to nineteen and their families, are also based in and around our Children’s Centres. Services vary but they all offer play and youth activities, and support in areas including disability, mental health, emotional wellbeing and school attendance.

Please see the service website for further information

Children’s Centres – Nottingham City Council


Who can be seen?

Services are for families living in the Nottingham City area.

Children’s centres bring together a range of free services for children from birth to five, and their families.

Family support teams who work with children and young people from birth to nineteen and their families, are also based in and around our Children’s Centres.


Who can refer?

Parents can self refer to this service.

To self-refer, you must call the service.


How to contact the service:

Tel: 0115 876 4800


Where is the service based?

Loxley House

Station Street

NG2 3NG


Service website:

Children’s Centres – Nottingham City Council


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