Ever need any advice? Not to worry, here below are some details of different adivce companies which may be of use.
Parent Advice

Parent Partnership

This is a confidential  service which aims to promote partnership between parents of children with special educational needs and those who provide services that can support them.

Contact:
0118 937 3421
Email:
parent.partnership@reading.gov.uk

Talking Therapy

Talking therapy is a counselling service for anyone who’s going through a bad time or who has emotional problems they can’t sort out on their own.

Website:
www.nhs.uk/Conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/Pages/benefits-of-talking-therapy.aspx

Family Rights Group

Family rights group is charity in England and Wales that advises families whose children are involved with or need children’s services because of welfare needs or concerns.

Contact:
0808 801 0366
Website:
www.frg.org.uk

FRANK - the A-Z of Drugs

FRANK helps you find out everything you might want to know about drugs (and some stuff you don't).

Contact:
0300 123 6600
Website:
www.talktofrank.com

NHS Direct

Will assess your problem and advise you on the best course of action. If you’re feeling unwell at the time of your call, you may be told how you can look after yourself at home, or we may recommend seeing a pharmacist (chemist).

Contact:
0845 4647
Website:
www.nhs.uk/nhs-direct/Pages/NHS-Direct-legacy-enquiries.aspx

Berkshire Women's Aid

Each year we are contacted by over seven thousand women who either fear or are experiencing, abuse at home or in a relationship. If you suspect you are being abused, Berkshire Women's Aid (BWA) can help you regain control of your life.

Helpline Number:
0118 950 4003

Children’s Action Teams (CATs)

Children’s Action Teams (CATs) in Reading are local teams providing help, guidance and support, working together with families and communities to create and achieve positive change for Reading’s children and young people.

Contact:
0118 937 6545
Website:
www.reading.gov.uk/earlyhelp

Reading Borough Council Housing Benefits

If you are on a low income you may be able to get Housing Benefit to help towards your rent. You can claim Housing benefit whether you are employed or unemployed.

Contact:
0118 937 2329
Email:
benefits@reading.gov.uk

Reading Citizens Advice

We provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.

Contact:
0845 671 6380
Website:
www.rcab.org.uk

Community Welfare Rights

Contact:
011899551070
Website:
www.readingcommunitywelfarerightsunit.co.uk
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