Would you like help from Epsom Family Centre?
Please contact Epsom Family Centre first to discuss the type of support the family would like. Find our Epsom Family Centre Referral Form below.
Monday - Thursday: 8:45am - 4:45pm (excluding Bank Holidays)
On Fridays, the Centre is accessible by phone - 07974 849 768
Phone: 01372 749 834
WhatsApp: 07974 849 768
What services do Epsom Family Centre offer?
Education and Childcare:
Family Support and Outreach Work:
Support, advice and information for parents aimed at giving children the best possible start in life. This can be provided in your own home or at the Family Centre by qualified Outreach Workers
Child and Family Health Services:
We work closely with our local health colleagues based in Epsom to support access to a range of healthcare services such as:
The Family Centre works closely with health colleagues in Epsom to provide workshops and advice on:
Links to Job Centres and Training Providers:
Co-ordinated services including:
Concerned about a child's safety?
You can contact The Children's Single Point of Access (C-SPA) directly:
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Phone: 0300 470 9100
Out of hours phone: 01483 517 898 (to speak to the emergency duty team)
What is The Children's Single Point of Access (C-SPA)?
If you are concerned about the safety of a child or young person you can contact the C-SPA. The C-SPA is a term used to describe the front opening to Surrey County Councils services for children.
The C-SPA provides parents, carers, family members and practitioners, who are residents or who are working with children in Surrey, with direct information, advice, support and guidance about where and how find the appropriate support for children and families.
Who can contact the C-SPA?
Any resident or professional of Surrey can contact the C-SPA.
It is everyone's responsibility to safeguard children, and therefore everyone has a responsibility to ensure children are safe within the home environment.
What happens next?
The Children's Request for Support Team may offer advice and information or will request for support for the family. The Early Help Hub Team will then use the information provided and access the appropriate service for the family - e.g. Family Information, Family Centres, Targeted Youth Services, Family Support Programme etc.