Family Hubs

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Salford Family Hub - Family Hub logo on the right

What are Salford Family Hubs?

Salford Family Hubs are places in the local community where different organisations, including the community and voluntary sector, work together, to offer a one stop shop for families with children aged 0-19 and up to 25 for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

The four Family Hubs are spread across the city with some services being delivered from various satellite buildings and community venues. Services include support for during pregnancy and after birth, child health, targeted early help, relationships, parenting, SEND provision, perinatal parent infant mental health services (PPIMHS) and youth service provision.

The Family Hubs offer a warm and welcoming space where families can access information and support and have a say on what could be delivered.

What's on at your Family Hub?

We have a wide range of services, groups and activities for children, young people and families that are run from a number of venues across the city. Details of these can be found on My Best Life: 

Get details of all our sessions on My Best Life

Keep up to date by following our Facebook page: 

Facebook page

We have a variety of courses and sessions for new parents or parents to be:  

Courses and sessions for new parents or parents to be

Start for Life 

Start for Life is the NHS website where you can find advice and guidance on how you can give your child the best start in life from pregnancy through to toddler years.

Essential Parent

Salford Family Hubs have partnered with Essential Parent to create the Salford Family Hubs app which provides advice and guidance from trusted, evidence-based sources on all aspects of pregnancy, babies, toddlers, children and teenagers. It offers personalised information for you and your baby, based on their birthday or due date. 

Download from the App Store or from Google Play Store.

School Readiness

If your child is starting school in September, there are plenty of small steps you can take to help prepare them, which will help them to settle in easier.

We have put together some simple suggestions and tips on the poster below to help you get your little one ready for big school.

Relationships Service

Our relationship service has lots of online courses, seminars and in person discussion groups to support with all aspects of parenting and relationships.

Get information on available courses. Or to register your interest in a course, please use the portal: Parenting Online Enquiry.

Volunteering in Family Hubs 

Salford CVS are developing a network of volunteers in partnership with Salford Family Hubs and Early Help Service to provide additional support to the Family Hubs and enhance the services offered to local parents, carers and children. Family Hub Welcome Volunteers are supported by the VCSE and Volunteer Engagement Workers (Family Hubs) at Salford CVS. 

To find out more about how you can volunteer in Family Hubs, please visit the Salford CVS website.

Family Hub locations

If you have any queries, please contact your local family hub using the below information:

South Family Hubs

Irlam and Cadishead Family Hub at the Academy
Station Road
M44 5LH

Telephone: 0161 686 7229

Winton Family Hub within Winton Nursery
Brindley Street
M30 8AB

Telephone: 0161 686 7229

West Family Hub

Little Hulton Family Hub
Longshaw Drive
Little Hulton
M28 0BD

Telephone: 0161 686 7229

Central Family Hub

Broughton Hub
50 Rigby Street
M7 4BQ

Telephone: 0161 686 7229

North Family Hub

Swinton Gateway
100 Chorley Road
M27 6BP

Telephone: 0161 686 7229

Early Help Practitioners are based at your local Family Hub and are there to support families. We use the evidence-based Salford Family Partnership Model to help you achieve positive outcomes. We offer advice on child health, managing behaviour, sleep issues, feeding and more. We work closely with other services and additional support can be offered with issues such as housing, finances, relationships and wellbeing.

If you have any safeguarding queries, please call The Bridge Partnership on 0161 603 4500 (from 8.30am to 4.30pm). If you need to speak to somebody outside these hours, please call the Emergency Duty Team on 0161 794 8888.
If you have any queries around early help services, please ring 0161 686 7229.

Request for support from the Early Help Service

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This page was last updated on 18 July 2024

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