I need further support/guidance
The current situation is really challenging for us all. Whether it be employment, income, benefit, health, well-being - we all have worries and concerns.
On this page we have put together some links that may be useful for you and your families at this time. Don't forget that we are here for you at the moment, even though school is not running in the normal way. Feel free to ring us on 0191 267 4315 between 9 and 3:15 during term-time dates - we are here for a chat and may be able to direct you to further support if you need it. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond ASAP.
Action for Children are also offering a completely free online support service for parents/carers in Newcastle at this difficult time. Click here to find out more.
If your child is struggling to access online learning because you do not Internet access or appropriate IT equipment please click here to see how Newcastle City Council could support you.
The document at the bottom of this page gives you a comprehensive guide to mental health and well-being support that is currently available in Newcastle.
Here is a list of links that may be of use to you:
- Newcastle City Council have set up 'City Life Line' - a dedicated helpline for residents of the City to contact if they have any concerns. It can be contacted on 0191 277 8000. For further information about City Life Line click here.
- Newcastle City Council have also set up a dedicated advice page - click here to see it.
- For mental health and well-being support for young people aged 0-25 in Newcastle, click here, to visit the 'Rise North East' page.