- 9.1: Diocesan safeguarding policies and guidance
- 9.2: Parenting and Family Centre Services
- 9.3: Mental Health
- 9.4: Adult NHS Community Mental Health Services
- 9.5: Violent or coercive relationships
- 9.6: Drugs or alcohol problems
- 9.7: Carers in Herts
- 9.8: Age UK
- 9.9: Community Help and Information
- 9.10: Independent Inquiry into child sexual abuse
For further information and specialist support on a wide range of topics, visit these external links. Please note that St Nicholas Church is not responsible for any content on these external sites.
9.1: DIOCESAN SAFEGUARDING POLICIES and GUIDANCE
Click here for all the policy documents and resources from the Church of England Diocese of St Albans
9.2: Parenting and Family Centre Services
Click here for everything to do with support for families, parents and carers; for antenatal, new-borns; breastfeeding; family learning; parenting courses, early years, parenting and school nurse information.
9.3: Mental Health
An NHS single point of access for all mental health problems
9.4: Adult NHS Community Mental Health Services
Happiness, wellbeing and mental health services in Hertfordshire
9.5: VIOLENT OR COERCIVE RELATIONSHIPS
A confidential, free support and signposting service for anyone affected by domestic abuse, partner violence coercion or control.
9.6: Drugs or alcohol problems
Advice and support to help with a drug or alcohol problem, for young people and adults.
9.7: Carers in Herts
Advice, information and support to unpaid carers – people (young and older) looking after someone who is elderly, disabled, has a physical or mental illness or who misuses drugs or alcohol.
9.8: Age UK
An independent charity offering services to older people in Hertfordshire.
9.9: Community Help and Information
Hertshelp – a network of community organisations in Hertfordshire working together to listen and help you find independent support, guidance and information.
9.10: Independent Inquiry into child sexual abuse
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse was set up because of serious concerns that some organisations had failed and were continuing to fail to protect children from sexual abuse.
The Truth Project is part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. The Truth Project offers victims and survivors the opportunity to share their experience in writing, on the telephone or in person.