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In this section...
- Children & Families Contacts
- Social Care Performance Monitoring Reports
- Adoption Providing new and permanent families for children who cannot be brought up by their natural parents
- Child Protection Protecting children from abuse, neglect or harm
- Children in Care Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children in our care
- Children with Additional Needs Support for children with physical, sensory or learning disabilities
- DISC - Devon's family information service
- Special Educational Needs & Disabilities 0-25
- Domestic Violence and Abuse Help and advice co-ordinated by the adva partnership; whether you are living with domestic violence or abuse, or a professional seeking information
- Early Years and Childcare Service The Early Years and Childcare Service supports the expansion and improvement of services for children across Devon.
- Factsheets on support and services Factsheets containing basic information on how we can support you and the services we offer
- Families Support for families on issues such as Aids,domestic violence and drugs
- Fostering Offering a substitute home for a child or children who need looking after
- Our Values and Standards Working in partnership with children and families - our values and standards
- Plans & Strategies Ensuring high standards by detailing targets and priorities for the coming years
- Your Child - Safety Matters Childcare, laws, responsibilities and safety issues
- Young People Supporting young people and their families who are experiencing difficulties and turning young people away from crime
- Youth Enquiry Service (YES)
- Targeted Family Support Programme
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