Early Intervention and Family Support

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The Bromley Children Project (BCP) is a borough wide service that supports families living in Bromley to create a safe, secure and happy environment for all children, by reaching out to expectant parents, current parents/ carers and young people aged up to 18 years; particularly those who are struggling and are in need of additional help.

The BCP is linked to all Children and Family Centres, and works with private, voluntary and independent Early Years providers in the borough.

The BCP offers friendly, non-judgemental 1:1 family support, helping to effect positive change in your children.

The BCP aims to support families with children aged under 18 by offering quality targeted parenting courses, webinars and one to one family support. They can also provide impartial information, advice and support for parents of children with special educational needs.

The BCP can also povide impartial information and advice for all parents on their child's transition from primary school to secondary school.

BCP can help all children make the most of their time at school by empowering parents, encouraging them to be enthusiastic and involved in their children’s education, and to continue their own education and training.

For an informal chat with one of the Family Support and Parenting Practitioners please call the parenting hotline on 020 8461 7259.

Alternatively, completion of an online referral form will go directly to our Children and Families Hub who will get in touch for an initial conversation about the issues are being faced and type of support being sought.

Bromley Parenting Hub

The Bromley Parenting Hub has produced a Guide to Living in Healthy Relationships. This includes details on a range of free workshops and courses for parents who are together, separated or divorced.

It has also produced a video on how harmful parental conflict can negatively impact children. Please click on this LINK and scan the QR code to the view the video.