Home-Start Ealing

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Family Information Service (Ealing)
Ealing Children’s Integrated Response Service
Ealing Children’s Integrated Response Service (ECIRS) has been created to make it easier for children and families to get the help they need from professionals and others working within the borough.

It is the single point of contact to make referrals into children’s services where there is a need for support, or where there are specific concerns about the welfare of a child or young person. It is also the contact for families wishing to self-refer to SAFE 0-18.

ECIRS is a multi-agency team made up of social workers, police, health professionals and others. Therefore, by referring to the team, you are consenting to relevant information being shared between these agencies unless otherwise stated. This is known as Ealing Multi-agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH).

Contact ECIRS

If you are concerned about a child or young person’s welfare or safety call the service on (020) 8825 8000.

Local Health Visiting Team: Ealing Health Visiting
Health visitors are an integral part of the NHS’s community health services and provide support for all families and children aged under 5 who live in the Ealing borough.  All health visitors are qualified nurses or midwives with additional specialist training and experience in child health, health promotion and education.  Health visitors offer practical support and advice in a number of diverse situations.

Health visitors aim to promote the health of the whole community and not just families with new babies.  They are based in the local Health Centres with other key professionals such as Community Nursery Nurses and Family Support workers who all deliver services from Health Centres, Children’s Centres and will also visit you in the home.  Health visitors are subject to a professional code of conduct which requires them to act in your best interest.  More information can also be found here.

For more information please visit the Ealing and Harrow Children’s Health Services website.

Ealing and Harrow Children’s Health Services

The team contact details are as follows:-

Acton and Central Ealing Team
Acton Health Centre, 36-61 Church Road, London W3 8QE
Tel – 020 8383 8748

Northolt and Greenford Team
Grand Union Village Health Centre, Taywood Road, Northolt  UB5 6WL
Tel – 020 3313 7519

Southall and West Ealing Team
Jubliee Gardens Health Centre, Jubilee Gardens, Southall  UB1 2TJ
Tel – 020 3313 7831

Every family with a child under the age of five can contact and see a Health Visitor who can advise on everyday difficulties such as breast feeding, sleeping and general nutrition as well as immunisation programmes, parenting classes, managing difficult behaviour and any special needs your child may have.

Health visitors are working towards a new ‘Healthy Child’ programme and aim to see families with children under the age of 5 years old at key stages as detailed below:

  • During the antenatal period, between 28-32 weeks of pregnancy
  • Following the birth of the baby between 10-14 days
  • Between 6-8 weeks after birth
  • Between 9-12 months
  • 2-2.5 years

See https://www.lnwh.nhs.uk/services/ealing-community-services/ealing-health-visiting/

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues
Drugrehab.com is a free web resource that provides information about substance abuse and mental health issues.  The parents guide contacts information that every parent should have in order to educate themselves and their child on the dangers of substance abuse.
Adult Services in Ealing

National Sites

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Family Information Service (Ealing)
Ealing Children’s Integrated Response Service
Ealing Children’s Integrated Response Service (ECIRS) has been created to make it easier for children and families to get the help they need from professionals and others working within the borough.

It is the single point of contact to make referrals into children’s services where there is a need for support, or where there are specific concerns about the welfare of a child or young person. It is also the contact for families wishing to self-refer to SAFE 0-18.

ECIRS is a multi-agency team made up of social workers, police, health professionals and others. Therefore, by referring to the team, you are consenting to relevant information being shared between these agencies unless otherwise stated. This is known as Ealing Multi-agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH).

Contact ECIRS

If you are concerned about a child or young person’s welfare or safety call the service on (020) 8825 8000.

Local Health Visiting Team: Ealing Health Visiting
Health visitors are an integral part of the NHS’s community health services and provide support for all families and children aged under 5 who live in the Ealing borough.  All health visitors are qualified nurses or midwives with additional specialist training and experience in child health, health promotion and education.  Health visitors offer practical support and advice in a number of diverse situations.

Health visitors aim to promote the health of the whole community and not just families with new babies.  They are based in the local Health Centres with other key professionals such as Community Nursery Nurses and Family Support workers who all deliver services from Health Centres, Children’s Centres and will also visit you in the home.  Health visitors are subject to a professional code of conduct which requires them to act in your best interest.  More information can also be found here.

For more information please visit the Ealing and Harrow Children’s Health Services website.

Ealing and Harrow Children’s Health Services

The team contact details are as follows:-

Acton and Central Ealing Team
Acton Health Centre, 36-61 Church Road, London W3 8QE
Tel – 020 8383 8748

Northolt and Greenford Team
Grand Union Village Health Centre, Taywood Road, Northolt  UB5 6WL
Tel – 020 3313 7519

Southall and West Ealing Team
Jubliee Gardens Health Centre, Jubilee Gardens, Southall  UB1 2TJ
Tel – 020 3313 7831

Every family with a child under the age of five can contact and see a Health Visitor who can advise on everyday difficulties such as breast feeding, sleeping and general nutrition as well as immunisation programmes, parenting classes, managing difficult behaviour and any special needs your child may have.

Health visitors are working towards a new ‘Healthy Child’ programme and aim to see families with children under the age of 5 years old at key stages as detailed below:

  • During the antenatal period, between 28-32 weeks of pregnancy
  • Following the birth of the baby between 10-14 days
  • Between 6-8 weeks after birth
  • Between 9-12 months
  • 2-2.5 years

See https://www.lnwh.nhs.uk/services/ealing-community-services/ealing-health-visiting/

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues
Drugrehab.com is a free web resource that provides information about substance abuse and mental health issues.  The parents guide contacts information that every parent should have in order to educate themselves and their child on the dangers of substance abuse.
Adult Services in Ealing

Children’s Centres in our area

Academy Gardens Children's Centre (Northolt)
Academy Gardens Children’s Centre
1 Academy Gardens
Northolt UB5 5QN

Tel: 020 8842 0220

Email: subanneyd@ealing.gov.uk

Copley Close Children's Centre (Hanwell)
Copley Close Children’s Centre
Hanwell Community Centre
Westcott Cresent
London W7 1PD

Tell: 020 8575 6139

email: farhiya@empowering-action.org.uk

Grange Children's Centre (W5 4HN)
Grange Children’s Centre
Church Place
London W5 4HN

Tel 020 8567 1135

Email:lkane@ealing.gov.uk

Grove House Children's Centre (Southall)
Grove House Children’s Centre
77a North Road
Southall
Middlesex, UB1 2JG

Tel: 020 8571 0878

Email:narinder.ghosal@grovehousecc.com

Greenfields Childen's Centre (Southall)
Recreation Rd, Southall, UB2 5PF
Tel. 020 8813 8079
Havelock Children's Centre (Southall)
(at the Havelock Community Centre)
17 Trubshaw Rd, Southall, UB2 4XW
Tel. 020 8571 1219
Log Cabin Children’s Centre (Ealing)
Log Cabin Children’s Centre
Northfields Avenue
Ealing
London
W5 4UA

Tel 020 8840 3400

Email ajokun@ealing.gov.uk

www.childrenscentres.org.uk

Northolt Park Children’s Centre (Northolt)
Northolt Park Children’s Centre
off Newmarket Avenue (Opposite Wincanton Crescent)
Northolt
Middlesex
UB5 4DB

Centre opening hours: Monday-Friday 10am- 6pm

Phone number: 020 8864 7614

E-mail: AlexanderS@ealing.gov.uk  to request a timetable

Website: www.ealingfamiliesdirectory.org.uk

Timetables can also be downloaded from the website.

Southall Park Children's Centre
Southall Park Children’s Centre
Green Drive
Southall
UB1 3AZ
adminspcc@ealing.gov.uk
tel: 020 8813 8275
Windmill Park Children’s Centre (Southall)
Windmill Park Children’s Centre
1, Tulip Close
Southall
Middlesex,
UB2 4UZ.

Tel: 02085745310

See our website for more information www.childrenscentre.org.uk

Home-Start

Home-Start UK

This is the national office for Home-Start in the UK. – https://www.home-start.org.uk/

Other schemes in West London

The list below shows you nearby Home-Start organisations.  They take referrals principally on the basis of the borough or district where people live.  Below are links to the Schemes and the areas they work in in case you do not live in an area covered by Home-Start Ealing

Home-Start Barnet, Brent and Harrow

Address

Home-Start Barnet and Harrow
Stephens House
17 East End Road
FINCHLEY
London
N3 3QE

Telephone:

020 8371 0674

Fax:

020 8371 0674

Email:

admin@homestartbarnet.org

Website:

http://www.homestartbarnet.org

Home-Start Hillingdon

Address

Home-Start Hillingdon
All Saints Church Hall
306 Long Lane
HILLINGDON
London
UB10 9PE

Telephone:

01895 252 804

Fax:

01895 251 979

Email:

office@homestart-hillingdon.org.uk

Website:

http://www.homestart-hillingdon.org.uk/

Home-Start Richmond, Kingston and Hounslow

Address

Home-Start Richmond, Kingston and Hounslow
Parkway House
Sheen Lane
EAST SHEEN
London
SW14 8LS

Telephone:

020 8487 8500

Fax:

020 8487 8500

Email:

info@homestart-richmond.org.uk

Website:

http://www.homestart-richmond.org.uk

Home-Start Westminister

Address

Home-Start Westminister
St Paul’s Church Centre
3 Rossmore Road
WESTMINSTER
London
NW1 6NJ

Telephone:

020 7724 1345

Fax:

020 7724 1349

Email:

admin@hswestminster.co.uk

Website:

http://www.homestartwestminster.org.uk