Here2Help Supporting happy parental relationships
We are all living in very difficult and uncertain times, this may mean disagreements are more likely to occur amongst people living together in these circumstances.
This is a very normal way to be responding to these difficult times and whether you’re parenting together or apart, there are ways in which we can stop this from increasing stress and anxiety within our homes particularly when children are present.
Below are links to some resources that you may find helpful. They include content from a range of organisations that provide information and support for family relationships.
Support with things like managing your child’s behaviour, talking to your child about Coronavirus or dealing with anxiety is available from Worcestershire’s Starting Well service. You can request support from Starting Well (opens in new window)
Good Things Foundation and One Plus One videos
Good Things Foundation (opens in a new window) and One Plus One (opens in a new window) have been working in partnership to produce short videos to help people learn new ways of managing conflict. Making just a few changes could lead to healthier and happier outcomes for everyone in the family.
Chores - Maddie’s family
Haircut - Chloe’s family
New Trainers - Jag’s family
Withdrawal - Mahmoud’s family
Wide range of relationship advice from experts and the community
Free half hour relationship web chat (registration required)
Advice and support website for fathers
- Website: Dad info (opens in a new window)
COVID-19 Advice and information - relationship support
- Website: Relate (opens in a new window)
A charity for families with disabled children
- Website: Contact (opens in a new window)
Article for separated parents
- Website: Parent info (opens in a new window)
Free, guided text message service for parents
- Website: Space for us (opens in a new window)
Tips for looking after your wellbeing during quarantine
- Website: Young minds (opens in a new window)
APP for dads with information on what to expect and how to care for their baby
- Website: The Dad Pad (opens in a new window)
Essex County Council we all have arguments
COVID-19, Domestic Abuse and Your Community
You might be worried about yourself or a friend/relative’s wellbeing whilst we are being asked to stay at home as part of the COVID-19 emergency measures. If so, help is available:
SafeLives ending domestic abuse # you are not alone
Safe Lives have all the domestic abuse resources in a one stop link:
Website: SafeLives ending domestic abuse - Domestic abuse and COVID-19 (opens in a new window)
Free phone 24 hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline 0808 2000 247
Men’s Advice Line on 0808 801 0327 (Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm)
In an emergency always dial 999
For more information about this service and further domestic abuse related information and services please visit the Worcestershire County Council Domestic abuse website.