Parent Zone

Please browse through the useful links and resources.


Pace helps parents across the UK understand what is happening to their child and how parents are the prime agents in helping their child exit exploitative relationships. It does this by offering:

  • One-to-one telephone advice and support to parents
  • Facilitating meetings with similarly-affected parents for peer support
  • Advising how to establish rights as parents and work in partnership with statutory agents such as police and social workers
  • Advice and support when pursuing disruption and prosecution of the perpetrators of child exploitation
  • Befriending scheme

Click here to access their resources.

West Midlands partnership site raising awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) providing help, advice and encouraging reporting. Click here for more information.

The What Centre – Dudley area

Call us on +44 (0)1384 379992 (Stourbridge) or +44 (0)1384 885488 (Dudley).

Base 25 – Wolverhampton area

Tel: 01902 572 040 (Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm)


Providing parents with information around problematic gaming and gambling to support their families, to help build resilience and establish a healthy online/offline balance.

Forced Marriage Unit (FMU)
Telephone: 020 7008 0151

Victim Support is an independent charity that help people affected by crime and traumatic events. They are not part of the police or any other criminal justice agency. Visit their website to see how they can help you, or call 0808 168 9111

Young Minds – Offers advice to parents and carers worried about a child or young person under 25

Samaritans  – Tel 116 123 (24 Hours)

Click here for links to useful resources from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. It gives general advice on talking to children, health issues and helplines.


Click here for Barnados. They have an advice hub for parents and carers and young people. It gives advice on mental health, wellbeing and family activities.


Childline had developed a toolbox of calming activities, art, games, apps and journals to support mental health.


University College London have provided a useful guide on the wellbeing of families with good practical advice and resources. 


Anna Freud has access to top tips for parents, resources and Podcasts. 


Education Endowment Foundation have shared evidenced based resources to support schools and parents to make the most of home learning.


Resources and tips for autistic people and families are provided by the National Autistic Society.


The NHS Every Mind Matters have tips and advice on looking after your mental health.


Dudley Council have provided guidance and links to Family resources.