Parent Lifeline (Helpline for Parents)

Description & overview:

Helpline for parents, appointments to talk to a volunteer in our office and parenting courses Helpline open 7.30pm – 11.30pm 365 day per year & 9am -1pm Mon – Fri (excluding bank holidays).

Volunteering opportunities not provided for young people unless they are a parent

Parenting courses

When: 4 times per year (day & time varies).

Where:

Sheffield MIND,

Lawton Tonge house,

57 Wostenholm Road,

Sheffield ,

S7 1LE.

Who for: Any Parent or full time carers of children.

What: To make parenting more enjoyable.

Cost: The cost of the full course (7 weeks) is £15 concessions available.

Contact Details:

Julie Warren (Co-ordinator)

Parent Lifeline,

St Jude’s,

14 – 18 West Bar Green,

Sheffield

S1 2DA.

Tel:

Office; 0114 2730269,

Helpline; 0114 2726575

E-mail: parent.lifeline@tesco.net

Website: www.parentlifeline.org.uk

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