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Early Help for Young People

Early Help can transform your life by finding and resolving any challenges you and other members of your family may have by giving you techniques in how to overcome the obstacles in life.

Getting Early Help

Think about the support person in your life you have the best relationship with, this could be a teacher, a youth worker or someone from another service or you have the most frequent contact with and approach them about the possibility to put together actions in place about how to get rid of any worries you may have.

Early Help Process

The support person will sit with you and members of your family and will:

1. Identify additional needs

2. Assess those needs

3. Develop a plan for interventions

4. Review Progress

Early Help Helpline

In the instance you would like more information about Early Help and do not know who to talk to, contact our Help Helpline on 01634 33 8746 or email us on ehsupport@medway.gov.uk who will identify and liaise with the most appropriate professional for you to receive support from.

Testimonials from Young People

“Thank you for all you have done for our family. We are all in a better place now and we have you to thank. We will miss you”

"Thank you for helping us, you have done so much for us all. I'm going to miss you. It will be sad to see you go" 

"Thank you for looking after our family" 


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