Putting Children, Young People and Families First

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

Just click on the children, young people or families buttons below to find out more about our range of charitable services.

USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS AND CONTACT LISTS

Please find below a list of useful numbers which may support you during this time. Please remember you are not alone and there is help, support and people waiting to listen to you.

Domestic Violence / Rape
Women's Aid / Women's Refuge: 677900
Isle of Man Police: 631212 (Please ask for a female member of C I D)
Victim Support: 679950
Email: enquiries@victimsupport.im

Mental Health
Community Mental Health Service for Adults: 686313
Emergency out of hours Crisis Response Team: 642860
Samaritans Emergency Line:116123
www.samaritans.org

Food
Isle of Man Food Bank
Telephone: 646999
Mobile / text: 311550
Email: isleofmanfoodbank@gmail.com

Debt Advice: 686510

For further contact details such as Children & Families, Drug & Alcohol, Bereavement, Health Services, Housing and Health etc. please CLICK HERE

ACCESS OUR SERVICES

To access our services please click on the referral form - Referral Form

DATA SUBJECT ACCESS

Please click here for The Children's Centre Data Subject Access Request Form

71%

increase in educational attainment

Supporting families

Our Family Support initiative has been such a success that we have helped 71% of children involved in the scheme to improve educational attainment

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Help families who are struggling or vulnerable throughout the year.

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Rounders Tournament - POSTPONED

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DUE TO COVID 19 THIS YEARS ROUNDERS TOURNAMENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. IT IS HOPED TO BE REARRAGED LATER ON IN THE YEAR. ALL TEAMS WILL BE NOTIFIED WHEN A..

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The Children's Centre has recently seen a number of  '2.6 challenges', launched to replace the Virgin Money London Marathon as a way of fundraising f..

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There are many ways you can support our work.

  • £3,000 per day to run our charitable programmes
  • £7 benefit for every £1 spent on Thriving families programme
  • 40% of local children and young people engaged in our services
  • 16 groups of all ages hosted at the Farm each week