The Family Hubs Network is hosting a webinar on Designing Outcome Frameworks, on Wednesday 19th May, 2-3.30pm. All those interested in Family Hubs are warmly invited to attend. Many members of the Network, who […]
This government-commissioned study on race is the first to engage seriously with the family, finding that educational failure and crime required an upstream response ‘to family breakdown as one of the main reasons for poor outcomes.’ […]
The Government has introduced the 90% revenue UK Community Renewal Fund (CRF) to support people and communities most in need across the UK. This £220 million funding aims to better align and unite national and local provision as the […]
Whilst debating the Domestic Abuse Bill in the House of Lords, Family Hubs Network co-founder Lord Farmer emphasised the important role for Family Hubs in a national strategy to prevent domestic abuse.
Key debate in House of Commons mentions the importance of Family Hubs for the Government’s plans to improve help for all families in the early years. Appointed by the Prime Minister to lead a major review into Early Years.
The work of the Family Hubs Network is recognised by the Children’s Minister who announces her intention to set up the Government’s own National Centre to help more areas and councils set up Family Hubs.