North Lincolnshire Council

Support for parents who are worried about relationship conflict.

Whether you live together or are separated, the way you and your partner communicate can impact on your children. All relationships have tricky moments. It is how they are experienced and resolved that matters. If you are worried that conflict is becoming frequent or intense and that it is not getting resolved there is a range of ways to get help and advice to improve things.

 

The North Lincolnshire Children and Families Offer

In North Lincolnshire we want to make sure that families have access to the information, help and advice that they need when bringing up children and dealing with the issues that affect family life. This includes when parental, or other family conflict, is having an impact on parents and their children.

The help offered can range from signposting you to useful information on the internet, having a conversation with a family support worker, health visitor or other professional in a family hub to working with the whole family to help you come up with a plan and find the solutions that best meet the needs of you and your family.

To find out more you can visit our website at North Lincolnshire Children and Family Offer

 

What to do if you are worried about the safety of a child or young person.

Protecting children and young people and keeping them safe is everyone’s business. If you think that a child might be the victim of abuse or neglect, or they may be at risk of harm, you should always report your concerns.

Please contact North Lincolnshire’s Children’s Services Single Point of Contact (SPOC) on:

  • 01724 296500 (9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday, 9am to 4.30pm Friday)
  • 01724 296555 (answerphone – out of office hours and at weekends)

101 – Police non-emergency

999 – Police emergency

You can also read the government advice for practitioners What to do if you are worried a child is being abused as this leaflet is helpful for anyone who is concerned about a child or young person.

Domestic Abuse

Parental conflict is not the same as domestic abuse – If you are afraid of your partner or feeling that they control your life then this is more likely to be domestic abuse, please seek help. 

Confidential advice and help is available from: http://www.thebluedoor.org/what-help-is-available/

Helpline: 0800 197 47 87

Office: 01724 847947

Email: info@thebluedoor.org