- Child Benefit - H M Customs
- Information for Families
Free, impartial advice and information for families with children aged 0-20 yrs (25 with additional needs). Childcare, support, funding, health, schools, leisure and special educational needs.
0345 60 80 192
- Adoption East Sussex County Council
Contact the Adoption and Permanence team if you would like to apply to adopt a child, trace your birth parents or get information and support if you are thinking of having your child adopted.
Adoption and Permanence team 3rd Floor St Mark's House, 14 Upperton Road, Eastbourne, BN21 1EP
- Advisory Centre for Education (ACE)
United House North Road, London, N7 9DP
020 7697 1140
- Bexhill foodbank
Emergency food for local people in crisis.
The Methodist Church, Sackville Road, Bexhill, TN39 3JB
Bookstart is a National Scheme whereby all babies and 3 year olds receive a free pack of books, with guidance materials for parents and carers.
- Buddies Autistic Spectrum Support
Buddies is a Non profit organisation that aims to provide an "intervention and support" service for children with autism and there families. We are based in Heathfield East Sussex.
- Bullying – help and support
We are working to prevent bullying in schools and the wider community. We have an anti-bulliying strategy, which aims to show our commitment to stopping bullying both in and out of school.
The Anti-bullying Team St Mark's House 14 Upperton Road, Eastbourne, BN21 1EP
- CCHF All About Kids
We provide a range of residential activity and respite breaks and on-going contact and support that allows children aged 7-11 to escape the traumas of their everyday life and simply become children again.
CCHF All About Kids Stafford House 91 Keymer Road, Hassocks, BN6 8QJ
- Chichester Diocesan Association for Family Support Work: Hove
FSW works to support families overcome difficult periods in their lives with positive, emotional and practical advice. We also offer volunteer opportunities for people wishing to help in their community.
211 New Church Road, Hove, BN3 4ED
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