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Haringey Family Support Service (Peabody): parenting support activities

Activities

The activities below are free to attend. Level of need: 1-4. 

Budgeting Made Fun

A project for families with housing issues run in partnership with Woodland Park Children's Centre.

Budgeting Made Fun - Project details

Type of supportGroup
Length of programme/supportOnce every 4 weeks, up to 4 times a year
Children’s age range0-17 years
Who can apply?Professionals/Parents or Carers 

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Family Support (Housing)

A project for families with housing issues.

 Family Support (Housing) - Project details

Type of support1-2-1
Length of programme/support4-6 months
Children’s age rangeN/A
Who can apply?Professionals/Parents or Carers 

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Contact details

Haringey Family Support Service (Peabody)

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Further information

Find out more about the Haringey Family Support Service.

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June 14, 2019

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