We’re all in this together. A challenge like coronavirus means vulnerable children and young people may need our support now more than ever and we remain confident we can deliver our range of services in new and different ways. As a national rights based charity, our teams are well placed and experienced in remote and mobile working.
Responding to coronavirus is a challenge for us all and no different in our work with children in care and care leavers. As we respond to new circumstances it is important that we plan our services not only to keep our children and young people safe and supported but to make their lives as positive as possible at this time.
Check out Story House
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Voices Through Time (VTT) team
The team is offering a series of online creative writing workshop sessions to help young people reach out from lock down, meet some new people and work on a project together. The theme is sharing life experiences through letters – past, present and future.
Do you believe all young people should have access to healthy food? Do you want to become a force that the food industry simply can’t ignore? If you’re 15-18 years old, apply to be a #BiteBack2030 Youth Leader this summer: https://bit.ly/BBYouthLeader
Listen to radio interview with Jackie one of our Foster Carers
Cheshire West and Chester Council
Cheshire West and Chester Council has lots of information to help you and others around you during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic:
If you need any immediate assistance, please contact us.
Children in Care Council
The Children in Care Council is a group of young people who are all cared for by Cheshire West and Chester Council and gives children and young people the chance to shape and influence the parenting that they receive at every level, it gives young people a chance to have a say about the things that really matter in their lives, helping to shape the overall strategy for cared for children and young people in Cheshire West and Chester.