By Cheshire East Council - 4th January 2014 6:06am
Do you need information, advice or guidance for your family but don't know who to ask?
Then call the Family Information Service on 0300 123 5033.
The Family Information Service can help you and your family in finding the right information, advice and services, such as:
- Discussing your childcare options and finding local childcare
- Advice and support services for Teenagers and Young People
- Services and support for children with additional needs and/or a disability
- Parenting & child behaviour support services
- Information & advice around the safety and protection of children
- Advice on how to access Tax Credits, Childcare Vouchers and the Free Early Education Entitlement
- Fun activities and events for all the family
- ...and much more
We offer a free, confidential and impartial information, advice and guidance service for families with children and young people 0 — 19 years of age.
Visit us on Family Information Service (Cheshire East Council) tel: 0300 123 5033
web: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/fis directory:
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