It’s free and easy to access a Family Hub. All we need are a few details from you, so that we can keep in touch and ensure you are up-to-date about our range of services and activities that may be of interest to you.
BECOME A FAMILY HUB MEMBER
Become a Member for free and access Family Hub services and activities in Northumberland
You can join our membership online by clicking the button below, or visit your nearest Family Hub and complete a membership form. We'll ask for your contact details and your child's details. If you are pregnant, let us know so we can let you know about courses or sessions that may be of interest to you.
Accessing free activities
Anyone who cares for or is expecting a child (pre-birth to 19 years and up to 25 years for SEND) can access our Family Hubs support, free activities, group sessions and parenting packages. These are available online and in-person to fit in around your busy lives.
You will need to be registered with Family Hubs to access free activities.
You can fill in a membership form online by clicking here or you can join in person at a Family Hub, or if you are receiving visits from your Health Visitor, they can help you to complete the form. Please let us know which course you need on the form, and someone will contact you.
Families can request support themselves or a professional can for them.
For Professionals: Early Help support requests and multi-agency referrals
To access the support of the Early Help Family Service (0-19 years), click here or on the button below to complete a Early Help support request OR Northumberland Growing Healthy 0-19 Service (NHS) request where you are identifying a need for support to promote a child’s health and wellbeing and the family have asked for help.
Family Hub Offer
Family Hubs offer universal and targeted services to all families with children and young people. The ‘Prevention and Intervention Pathway’ sets out our offer and can be used to identify what support may be needed. A range of digital and in-person delivery options are used across individual and group prevention and intervention services.
Everyone working for the Early Help Team and family hubs service has a legal duty to keep and process information about you in accordance with the law. We use information about children and families aged 0-19 years to enable us to carry out specific functions for which we are responsible and to provide you with a service.
Our Privacy Notice explains why we ask for your personal information, how that information will be used and how you can access your records. Click here or on the button below to view our Family Hub Centre Privacy Notice.