Children's social care

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Children's social care support is provided by ten family support teams to children 'in need' or 'at risk' and help is available to children, young people and their families with a wide range of difficulties.

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Children in care

Information about looked after children, residential care and the family contact service.

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Children leaving care

Information on who supports you when you leave care, who and what do the pathway team do, other related services and where to get further information.

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Children's participation and rights

Information on what the team do, available information for young people, parents/carers and professionals, what an independent visitor is and how find out more.

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Emergency duty

Providing an out-of-hours, county-wide service that provides support and safeguarding services at a time of crisis.  We aim to ensure agencies, carers, service users and the public have a key point of contact when daytime teams are not available.

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Licensing and safeguarding children

Information, guidance and advice for licensed premises and gambling establishments on how to safeguard and protect children and young people whilst on their premises.

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Support for families

Information on the kind of help, who can access it, how to access it, the type of help you will get, reporting a concern and how they are investigated, the role of East Riding Safeguarding Childrens Board, how your assessed, permissions to sharing information, outside of office hours and how to make complain or compliment.

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Support and protection for children/young people (0-19 years)

If you are worried about a child/young person, you can contact the Early Help and Safeguarding Hub (EHaSH) to talk about your concerns and receive advice. Information on what happens when you contact EHaSH, who we share information with and how to follow up on your enquiry.

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