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    How Action for Children works From before they are born until they are into their twenties, we help disadvantaged children across the UK. We help them through fostering or adoption – and by intervening early to stop neglect and abuse. We make life better for…
    "We aim to raise awareness of the specific needs faced by families and individuals affected by an Autistic Spectrum Condition" Our Family Support team offer a bespoke package of support based on your family's needs. This could range from Benefit advice, educational issues to support…
    Our charity was started in Norfolk in 1994 and exists to help children and adults of all ages deal with many of the challenges that life throws at them. We have accommodation centres for homeless young people. They provide support and a safe place to…
    Young Carers are children and young people up to the age of 18 whose lives are affected by caring for someone in their family who has a long term illness or disability, mental health problem, learning disability or who misuses alcohol or drugs.  The 2011…
    Buttle UK is a charity dedicated to helping children and young people who are in crisis reach their potential by providing small but targeted and effective interventions via our Chances for Children Grants. These grants can range from a single household item such as a…
    Are you one of thousands of young people in Norfolk looking after someone in your family? They may need your support because of illness, disability, mental ill health or difficulties with drugs or alcohol If you are a Young Carer or you think your child,…
    SPEADA has been formed by qualified youth workers and volunteers with a variety of experience between them in order to support all young people aged 11-19 years (or up to 25 with a disability) in West Norfolk. We currently run 3 youth groups in West…
    West Norfolk Carers is a registered charity working to support unpaid Carers across Norfolk. West Norfolk Carers works to help Carers to improve their emotional and physical wellbeing, resilience and abilities to cope with their caring roles - whilst also have a ‘life of their…