The National Centre for Family Hubs is planning a series of national and regional events to support local Family Hub providers in setting up and delivering their early help services. Our events schedule will be built around what you tell us you would like help with so they can be tailored and meaningful.

The National Centre for Family Hubs is currently running a series of consultation workshops and interviews with key Family Hub stakeholders to find out more about how we can support. If you would like to join one of these consultations or if you have any suggestions for topics for future events then please get in touch via the online query form below. (Read the National Centre for Family Hubs privacy notice).

If you would be interested in getting updates on any of our upcoming events then please sign up to our newsletter here.


Training for Senior Mental Health Leads starts this month.

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