Baby Café

Breastfeeding support and information for expectant and breastfeeding mums.

Best Beginnings

Best Beginnings is a charity working to give every child in the UK the best start in life

Breastfeeding Network

An independent source of support of support and information for breastfeeding women and others.

0300 100 0212

Breastfeeding Support Groups

A directory of breastfeeding support groups in the UK. Can be filtered by region to help find breastfeeding support in your local area


CheckPoint is a charity that provides mental health resources for gamers and the gaming community.

Their mission is to raise awareness for mental health issues, reduce stigma, and improve wellbeing in the gaming community. They are passionate about using video games for positive wellbeing and resilience and offering advice and information to parents to support their children.

Mental Health Resources for Gamers


Childcare Finder Tool

Surrey Family Information Service Childcare finder tool. A searchable directory enabling parents to find details of registered childcare nearby.

Citizens Advice Bureau

Offers advice and practical help on a wide range of matters, including: Benefits; Debt; Employment; Family Issues and Divorce; Housing and more.

08444 111 444

ESDAS (Domestic Abuse Service)

East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services provides outreach and associated services relating to suffers of domestic abuse.

01737 771350

The Surrey Family Information Service

This is a catalogue directory for families to search and find information on a huge range of areas.

Supporting families with children and young people up to 25 years old.  Including childcare, family finance, Special educational needs and disability (SEND), support and advice, education and learning and more.

0300 200 1004

Surrey’s Family Help Hub – website

We all need a bit of help sometimes, especially when managing the highs and lows of family life.
This website helps you look up and find services for specific areas of need by searching different categories.

Surrey’s Family Help Hub is a brand new service.  At the moment the help on the website is focused on children’s behaviour – from babies to teens.
It can help you find useful information, advice and support for those times when you need it.

Surrey’s Family Help Hub (

Family Lives

Providing FREE professional, non-judgmental support and advice to families in a way that all members of the family can access 365 days a year.

0808 800 2222

First Steps Nutrition

Information and resources to support eating well from pre-conception to 5 years.

Free Early Education for two year olds (FEET)

Information about free early education for two year olds.

0300 200 1004


Free, confidential helpline, providing expert advice and information for single parents

0808 802 0925

Giving Up Smoking

Free, proven support to help you stop smoking.


NHS community health service for children and young people from birth to 19 (up to 25 for young adults with additional needs) and their parents and carers. Also includes antenatal support.

01883 340922

Healthy Start

Healthy Start is a means-tested scheme providing vouchers every week to spend on milk, fruit and vegetables and free vitamins.

0345 607 6823

Internet Safety

Websites for parents, young people, teachers and professionals to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.

Medication in Pregnancy

For information about medication in pregnancy.

0344 892 0909

One Stop Referral Portal

Referral system for both Mindsight Surrey CAMHS and Children and Family Health Surrey, which cover community services that address children and young people’s mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.

0300 222 5755

Portage Early Education Support Service

This service is available to you if you have children aged up to three and a half years with significant developmental or other needs.  The portage teacher or support worker will work through activities with you, supporting you to help your child’s learning and development.

For children aged up to 3 ½ with significant developmental or other needs.

Road Safety

To help children learn about good road safety behaviour through a variety of online games.

Surrey SEND Local Offer – Support for 0-25 year olds with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND)

This is an online hub for 0-25 year olds with a special educational needs or a disability.  SEND in Surrey provides information on services available in and around the county suitable for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

For 0-25 year olds with special educational needs or a disability.  Providing forums and information on events, childcare, health, education, support and more.

0300 200 1004

SEND Advice Surrey

SEND Advice Surrey provides free information and support for families of children with SEND.   Find out how they can help here:…/what-is-send-advice…/

Every local authority has to make arrangements for an information advice and support service in their area.  SEND Advice Surrey provides impartial, confidential and free support to empower parents, children and young people to:

  • fully participate in discussions and make informed decisions
  • express their views and wishes about education and future aspirations
  • promote independence and self-advocacy
  • manage expectations and
  • develop positive relationships with schools, colleges, universities, the local authority and support services to achieve positive outcomes.

SEND Advice Surrey – Providing impartial information, advice and support to parents of children with special educational needs (Formerly known as ‘SSIASS’ and ‘Surrey Parent Partnership’)

Surrey Family Voice

Family Voice is a Parent Carer Forum, speaking up for the families of children and young people with additional needs in Surrey.

01372 705708

UNICEF- The UK baby friendly initiative

Protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding and close loving parent-infant relationships.


NHS checklist of the vaccines that are routinely offered and the ages at which they should ideally be given.


Migrant Help

Free Asylum Helpline Tel: 08088010503

Migrant Help exists to protect people affected by displacement and exploitation, helping them thrive as individuals and recover from their trauma. It will support those most in need and least likely to find support elsewhere, whilst aiming to bridge community gaps and bring services and support together.

Migrant Help (