Home-Start Kennet – Still offering support

26th May 2020, 1:14pm | By Dawn Wilson |

Home-Start is open and we are continuing to support families through phone/video call support.

Whilst government restrictions means home-visiting and group support is not currently possible, both will resume as soon as government guidance allows.

In the meantime, we continue to welcome new requests for help. We understand just how stressful and worrying the present COVID-19 situation is for families and their children and the support we offer is free, confidential and non-judgemental.

For individuals, community groups and organisations wanting more information about how Home-Start can help someone you know, please visit our website for information and introduction forms at www.homestartkennet.co.uk

For New Families wanting Home-Start Support

If you would like support, simply complete our Self-Referral form. You can download the form via the link on our website home page . Send the completed form to us at the address below (see ‘Contacting Home-Start Kennet’).

On receipt of your request, one of our friendly Family Support Organisers will get in touch with you to talk about how we can help.

Not sure if you want help, but would like to find out more?  That’s fine! We’re more than happy to talk to you to explain more. Simply email hskadmin@homestartkennet.co.uk or contact us via personal message on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/homestartkennet/

Information For Families – Group support

For parents interested in joining our Tidworth Family Group, please contact us and our Group Leader, Claire, will get in touch with you. The group is currently being held remotely via video call.

Other enquiries

For other enquiries, in the first instance, please email hskadmin@homestartkennet.co.uk  or call us on 01672 569457 and we will respond to your enquiry as soon as we can.

Any questions?

Please contact the HSK team – see ‘Contacting Home-Start Kennet’ details below.

Contacting Home-Start Kennet

All staff are currently working from home. To contact them, please email hskadmin@homestartkennet.co.uk and your enquiry will be passed to the relevant team member. A member of the team will then respond to you as soon as possible. The Home-Start office is currently closed and messages left on the office phone (01672 569457) and post will be checked weekly. Please do not visit the office in person during this time.

Referrals and Correspondence can be sent to us via post at this address: Home-Start Kennet, Unit 1, Fordbrook Business Centre, Pewsey, Wiltshire SN9 5NU.

Take care and Stay Safe, The Home-Start Kennet Team

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