Family hubs

Have your say on Family Hubs 

Northumberland’s Family Hubs are seeking the view of residents to shape the future of their services. 
A one-stop-shop for family life – our hubs are places where children, young people and their families can go whenever they need support.  
They are spaces to meet, learn and take part in fun activities as well as being a place to access help and information. 
The hubs carry out a wide range of work in the local community, which ranges from birth registration, midwifery and health services, infant feeding support to primary mental health, community events, relationship support, digital learning and much more. 
All activities and support are free to anyone living in Northumberland.   
Now the team are looking to hear feedback from all families – whether you’ve used a hub or not – to help develop the services they offer in the future.   
Councillor Guy Renner-Thompson, Cabinet member for Inspiring Young People, said: “Family Hubs are brilliant as they bring all the professionals working with families together so the hubs really are that one-stop-shop for family life.  
“We’re really proud to be one of the Government’s Family Hub trailblazers, which means the team are leading the way in the national rollout of the programme.”    
“We really want to hear the views of as many people as possible as your feedback will help us shape the future of our services.” 
You can find the short form here: 
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