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Project reduces the number of babies needing to go into care by promoting parents' mental health and improving parent-child attachment.

Project helps children recover from anxiety.

Face-to-face sessions improve the emotional wellbeing of children in care or on the edge of care.

The Future 4 Me project supports young people making the transition from care or custody.

A Children In Care Council is reminding looked-after children of their rights through packs of playing cards that detail pledges made by the county council.

How prisoners get parental support

By Emily Rogers |

07 July 2015

Project minimises the impact of parental imprisonment on children and families.

How support stops children from going into care

By Emily Rogers |

23 June 2015

Project breaks the cycle of children being taken into care.

Therapeutic approach prevents young people entering the care system.

Project boosts teenagers' resilience to sexual exploitation and grooming

Project helps couples improve their relationships and parent more effectively.