Support and guidance resources.
Supporting healthy relationships
Harmony at home
Parental conflict, which can range from a lack of warmth and emotional distance, right through to swearing and shouting, is known to be a risk factor for poor child outcomes, particularly when conflict is frequent, intense and poorly resolved.
Is an awareness raising and support programme to help young people make safe and healthy relationships. The sessions are run in small groups and are specifically designed for 13 to 19-year olds.
Most people have times in their lives when difficulties seem hard to cope with; talking things through with a counsellor can make a real difference. Relate Worcestershire has been delivering relationship counselling to people of all ages, backgrounds and sexual orientations in Worcestershire
Family Mediation Service
Family mediation is a process in which an independent, professionally trained mediator helps you work out arrangements for children and finances following separation. FMC Registered Mediators have helped hundreds of thousands of families to agree on financial arrangements after separation, and to find a way to parent their children co-operatively after separation.
Parent and child relationships
Action for Children can offer advice and activities to support the child/parent relationship, whatever your background or experiences. Everyone's challenges are unique and Action for Children provide a welcoming space for all.
PEGS is a social enterprise set up to support parents, carers and guardians who are experiencing Child to Parent Abuse (including those with adult offspring). They don't directly work with the child displaying the behaviours but have a network of partners whose expertise lies in this area.
Protection from harm
Hollie Gazzard Trust
Helps reduce domestic violence through creating and delivering programmes on domestic abuse and promoting healthy relationships to schools and colleges. The ultimate aim of the Trust is to positively change the lives of young people through partnerships in communities, as well as working alongside other charities and professional agencies.
If you are a victim of domestic abuse and violence, or know someone who is, there is help available.