Children's services: referrals and resources
Get referral information for our services and resources for frontline practitioners
Working together in local communities
Our national network of practitioners, based in our 30 service centres across the UK and Channel Islands, helps us understand how best to protect children and families. So, as well as working closely with UK-wide organisations, and devolved governments, our local work is invaluable in our fight for every childhood.
Referral information for our services
Ante-natal programme helping vulnerable parents cope with the pressures of having a baby.
Minding the Baby
An early intervention programme designed to enhance the mother's relationship with her child.
Parents Under Pressure™
Improving parenting in families with drug or alcohol problems.
Pregnancy in Mind
Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service for parents-to-be to support those at risk of anxiety and depression.
Steps to Safety
Supporting families living with domestic abuse.
Improving resilience for children living with parents with mental health illnesses.
Women as Protectors
Helping mums and carers who are in contact with a man who poses a risk of sexual harm to children.
National Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (NCATS)
Treating young high risk people who show the most serious kinds of harmful sexual behaviour.
Turn the Page
Protecting children from the most common type of contact sexual abuse.
Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART™)
Helping mums and children strengthen their relationship after domestic abuse.
Hear and Now
Helping children who may have been sexually abused to talk about their experiences.
Letting the Future In
Letting the Future In helps children who have been sexually abused.
Protect and Respect
For young people who are vulnerable to sexual exploitation or who have been sexually exploited.
Resources from our services
Face to Face blog
Tips for practitioners on using solution-focused practice with children and young people.
Assessing the Risk, Protecting the Child
Learning from practitioners about working with men who pose a sexual risk.
6 tips for engaging with fathers with a history of domestic abuse.
Our service centres
Find learning and evaluations
Read evaluations of our services and get information on the methods we use.
Deliver NSPCC services in your area
Find out how our Scale-up unit supports organisations to deliver our evidence-based services.
Work or volunteer with children and families?
Visit NSPCC Learning for information, resources and training to help you safeguard and protect children and young people across the UK.