Early Help

Our Early Help services provide targeted support to children, young people and families at the earliest point of identified need. The aims of early help are to support families to support themselves, to prevent problems escalating and to reduce the numbers needing statutory interventions.

From 1 April 2017 previous versions of Early Help Assessments (also referred to as CAF) will be replaced by a new suite of paperwork.

Advice and guidance about how and when to use the paperwork, or on any other aspect of early help and intervention, can be obtained from the Early Help Advice and Allocations Team on 0191 561 4084, or by emailing us at EHAAT@togetherforchildren.org.uk

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Early Help Process Flowchart

Together for Children Early Help processes

Early Help - Registration and Consent form

Download our Early Help registration and consent form

Early Help - Assessment and Plan

Download our Early Help assessment and plan

Early Help - Progress Monitoring Tool

Download our Early Help progress monitoring tool

Early Help - Review

Download our Early Help review document

Early Help - Tracking Form

Download our Early Help tracking form

Early Help - Outreach Support Request Form

Download our Outreach Support request form

Early Help - Plan and Review Scoring Guidance

Download our Plan and Review Scoring Guidance

Early Help - Process Guidance

Download our Early Help Process Guidance

Early Help - Privacy Notice

Download our Early Help Privacy Notice

Early Help - Chronology Template

Download our Early Help Chronology Template

Early Help - Chronology Guidance

Download our Early Help Chronology Guidance

Early Help - Sex and Relationships Referral Form

Download our Sex and Relationships Referral Form

YDAP Referral Form

Download our YDAP Referral Form

Phoenix Programme Referral Form

Download our Phoenix Programme Referral Form

Sanctuary South Referral From

Download our Sanctuary South referral form

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