We would like to thank our NHS! They are doing a tremendous job in these uncertain times and need all our support!

We provide a range of locally based services for whole families across East Staffordshire

Harvey Girls offers parent-focused activities and support covering a wide range of topics that will engage and inspire you.  There are activities for your children too! Are you nervous about becoming a mum? Do you feel like you need some support? Would you like to meet others in your position? Everything is FREE and children are welcome.

Dads4Dads is a support group for dads, offering practical fun and educational sessions that will motivate and inspire. Our warm, friendly group setting will enable you to meet dads from a range of backgrounds and regardless of age and circumstance, we are here to help. Everything is FREE and children are welcome!

Through our Family Support Service we offer one to one low level support which can be within the home, for local families with children aged 19 years and under

You can find out more about our services on this site.

During this unprecedented time, we will continue to support our families of East Staffordshire the very best we can. We will be working from home in order to limit the risk of infection to our team and families, but we are still here for you.

We are still accepting referrals and we are still communicating with our partners. We are limiting home visits and risk assessing each one, in line with public safety information.

Our usual telephone numbers and emails are being staffed and we will always get back to you. We are regularly updating our website and Facebook pages with relevant information and activities that will help during these times. To remind you of our contact details:

Telephone: 01283 533449
Email: support@harveygirls.co.uk
Website: https://www.eaststaffordshirefamilysupport.co.uk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/esfss

Please Stay Safe!

We’re following the guidelines issued by Public Health England and the Government in relation to Coronavirus and will be continuing to run our activities as normal. However, we do want to make sure that we all take responsibility for our own health and adopt good hygiene practices at our events.

In line with public advice, we recommend you taking the following precautions when we visit or you attend any of our sessions:

  • Wash your hands thoroughly and regularly throughout the day with soap and water, which will be provided. This is the best way to prevent spreading of viruses. Using an alcohol-based hand sanitiser is also recommended.
  • Always carry tissues with you and use them to catch your sneeze or cough, disposing of them right away. You should then wash your hands or use hand sanitiser.
  • Refrain from shaking hands or sharing pens with other attendees.

If you feel unwell with symptoms of cough, fever, shortness of breath and general cold and flu symptoms, stay home and call NHS 111.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us  On 01283 533449

If this advice changes we will update this information as required

Thank you

Ian North