You can ring our office and speak to a caseworker and a member of the team will discuss your needs…
023 9263 9534
How to get help?
You can get help from us by either completing an online form or contacting us by phone or email. You can also go to NS FPS (Naval Family Service & People Support), SSAFA, RBL or one of the other Naval Charities.
Are you eligible?
At least one of the child’s parents (or guardian/primary care giver) is serving or served in one of the following:
Need our help?
Caseworker Community Visits
One of our caseworkers is visiting Community Centres in Naval patches around the UK on a regular basis to talk to you. They will be dropping in to events held in a Community Centre in your area. If you would like to have an informal chat to find out more about us and how we can help, why not come along? We can also arrange private meetings during the events.
SADLY DUE TO COVID-19 ALL CASEWORKER COMMUNITY VISITS ARE ON HOLD. WATCH THIS SPACE TO FIND OUT WHEN WE ARE ABLE TO START THEM UP AGAIN.
Community centre, Cumberland Close, Hamworthy
Mental Health Useful links
If you or your child are having emotional or mental health difficulties you may find some of the links below helpful. Both Togetherall and Relate have targeted support for Naval/Armed Forces Families. Click on the logo below and you will be taken to more information.
Life in a Naval family can be hard with long separations and dealing with deployments. Particularly for younger children who can struggle to understand why mummy or daddy is away for so long. Our books can help you talk to your child/children about this. Call us or email firstname.lastname@example.org to receieve a free copy. Remember to put your name and address and tell us which book you want: Henry about a mummy going away or Zoe about a daddy going away. It doesn’t matter which book you read with your child, they are to help you ask them how they feel when someone is going away. Alternatively, you can download a digital copy below.