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Service Description:
The Children’s Emergency Duty Team covers the four boroughs of Kingston, Sutton, Merton and Richmond. Each borough provides on-call manager cover for the hours that Children's Emergency Duty Team operates (5 p.m. to 9 a.m. and weekends and bank holidays).
Telephone:
020 8770 5000
Address:
Civic Offices,
Civic Centre,
St Nicholas Way,
Sutton,SM1 1EA
Web Site:
No information available.
Service Description:
From 29 October 2019, the new Children's First Contact Service (CFCS) will be the referral and assessment pathway to access Children’s Social Care in the London Borough of Sutton.
Telephone:
020 8770 6001
Address:
Civic Offices,
Civic Centre,
St Nicholas Way,
Sutton,SM1 1EA
Service Description:
The Child protection teams work with all children where there is an identified risk and there is a multi-agency child protection plan, to ensure the child is no longer at risk and their needs are being met within the community. If that is not possible, care proceedings may be instigated. The teams will continue to work with children when a child protection plan is ended and the case is stepped down to Child in Need status. The teams will work with family/carers and other agencies to ensure identified needs are met. This intervention should be relatively short, up to six months or so with a view to closing the case or stepping down to team around the family service if required.

The purpose of the Court team is to provide a service to children where a decision has been made to commence pre-proceedings action aimed at avoiding the need to issue care proceedings or where proceedings have been initiated and where children require reports/assessments for court. Social workers will undertake all identified assessments and progress plans as identified within the legal framework outlined in the Family Justice legal framework.
Telephone:
020 8770 4213 (Court And Fscp 1) 020 877
Address:
Civic Offices,
Civic Centre,
St Nicholas Way,
Sutton,SM1 1EA
Web Site:
No information available.
Early Help
Social Care
Service Description:
Every family can go through difficult or challenging times at some point during their lives. If you are experiencing problems you may require support to help you deal with difficult situations and make things better.

In Sutton, Early Help services nd support are offered as soon as a problem or difficulty starts. This is to stop things gettings worse, and to make sure you get the help you need.
Telephone:
020 8770 6001
Address:
Civic Offices,
Civic Centre,
St Nicholas Way,
Sutton,SM1 1EA
Leaving Care Team
Social Care
Service Description:
The Leaving Care Team works with young people between 16 and 24 years old who are or have been looked after by the local authority or are unaccompanied young asylum seekers who fall within the Hillingdon Judgement.
Telephone:
020 8404 1977 / 020 8404 1975
Address:
Civic Offices,
Civic Centre,
St Nicholas Way,
Sutton,SM1 1EA
Web Site:
No information available.
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