Family Hubs network partners

Family Hubs in Lancashire

The Lancashire Family Hubs Network is a universal family support service where children, young people and families can access information, advice and support on a range of needs and circumstances.

10 Family Hubs will launch across the county on Monday 25 September 2023. A further 13 Hubs will open in phase two of the programme, which will start in 2024.

Our partners

We work with a large network of local partners including NHS, district authorities, schools, libraries, the police and voluntary, community and faith-based organisations. Together, we work closely with children, young people and families to provide the information, advice and support they need in one place.

While our network ranges far and wide across the county, we work with several core delivery partners to ensure high quality services are delivered via Family Hubs. These partners are:

Midwifery/maternity services

Emphasizing the importance of comprehensive care, our collaboration with diverse delivery partners in Lancashire ensures a range of exceptional maternity services tailored to the unique needs of our community.

Find out more about local maternity services from our partners.

Infant feeding

How to feed your baby is an important decision.  In Lancashire, we want you to support the decision you make for both your families and babies' wellbeing. 

Find out more about local infant feeding support and for breastfeeding support visit the Families and Babies (FAB) website.

Health visiting

Guiding families from pregnancy to early years, HCRG Care Group offer health visiting services covering feeding, growth, well-being, and access to services, in collaboration with experts for positive outcomes.

Find out more about local health visiting services

Early help and safeguarding

At the heart, the Children and Family Wellbeing Service (CFW) mission is to dedicated to comprehensive support for ages 0-19years+ (25 years for SEND), employing a holistic 'whole family' perspective.


Introducing our SEND delivery partners: We're proud to collaborate with a network of dedicated partners for Family Hubs, ensuring specialized support and resources for individuals with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

Please visit the websites below for more information:


Many schools in Lancashire already provide family support in the form of an early help assessment which they help you and your family to complete, and schools can also help link families to other local organisations which can help with specific needs or issues.

Schools can also point you to local services such as maternity, post-natal care, mental health and community groups. Schools may also host workshops and events and provide access to educational resources.

Your local Family Hub may not be situated at your child's school, but the school can still signpost you to local support and advice.