Services include relationship counselling for individuals and couples, family counselling, mediation, children and young people's counselling and sex therapy. They also provide friendly and informal workshops for people at important stages in their relationships.
Advice and help in many areas – parenting, work, relationship conflict, legal advice, health and housing. Sorting out Separation is part of the Government’s help and support for separated families initiative.
Family Action runs a Separated Parents Information Programme: a course which helps parents understand separation from a child’s point of view and learn the fundamental principles of how to manage and reduce the impact of conflict on their children. Courses are available free to parents if included in a court order – see website for details.
DRW is suitable for anyone of any age, gender, faith or background, and at any stage of separation or divorce. The workshop is run by volunteers who have suffered the breakdown of a relationship and who have attended the workshop as a participant.
DivorceCare seminars and support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You will learn how to heal from the deep hurt of divorce and discover hope for your future. DivorceCare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life.
Widowed Young Support from Care for the Family provides a befriendingservice, special day and weekend events, and more. Support is available to anyone up to the age of 50, or older if there are dependent children at home.
This information is supplied in good faith, but Care for the Family cannot accept responsibility for any advice or recommendations made by other organisations or resources.
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