PACT Charity Provides Activities & Support for vulnerable families throughout the Thames Valley Area. Adoption & Fostering Services. Education Services. Also part of Bucks Floating Support Service, particularly supporting families
Mediation is a way of improving relationships and resolving differences between people who come into regular contact with each other, such as neighbours, work colleagues and family members.
Housing Association with housing in Bucks.
Help and advice on job hunting and extra support, help with making a benefit claim, and recruitment for employers. Information on claiming, maintaining benefits for people of working age
Bucks County Council for service users who do not have English as their first language.
A regional housing association operating principally in Hertfordshire and east Buckinghamshire providing a wide range of housing and support services for families and single people including people with special needs.
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for less serious mental health problems, such as mild to moderate depression or anxiety. Anyone can call the number, and be assessed. May be offered online support, telephone support or face-to-face support. Referral forms can be emailed to probation staff. Specialist staff 'Support Time Recovery' help with practical matters affecting wellbeing, such as debt, housing, social needs. Employment advisers for people in employment having difficulties.
Guinness Midsummer, a member of The Guinness Partnership, builds and provides affordable housing in Milton Keynes and the South East.
We visit parents/carers at home when a child is excluded permanently from school and offer intervention where a pupil is at risk of permanent exclusion. Where a parent or professional tells us that a child has no education placement, details will be logged and progress tracked, with intervention and support offered as appropriate. We offer support to pupils and schools receiving reintegrating pupils Advice on procedures in individual cases is also offered to schools, governors and parents/carers.