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Parenting shouldn’t end when relationships do.

More than a million children have no contact whatsoever with one of their parents after separation. Unfortunately, some children experience behavioural issues including antisocial behaviour, distress, unhappiness, and both physical and emotional problems.

NACCC is the only charity in the UK dedicated to solving this problem by providing safe spaces where children can meet the parents they don’t live with. We oversee around 350 contact centres across the UK, run by a network of nearly 3,000 volunteers.

Latest news & activities

24 June 2022

Melton Mowbray’s volunteers recognised for their long service and commitment during Covid

Phil from NACCC travelled to the accredited child contact centre in Melton Mowbray on Monday to award long service certificates […]

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12 April 2022

Trustees for national children’s charity – NACCC

Have you got strategic vision and a passion for putting children’s interests first? We are looking for more trustees to […]

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1 April 2022

The Road to Recovery: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Domestic Abuse Survivors

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Domestic Violence and Abuse launched an inquiry into mental health and domestic abuse in […]

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24 March 2022

Taking the fight out of family separation.

Taking the fight out of family separation. Finding safe and supportive solutions for all The Family Solutions Group is a […]

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22 March 2022

Child contact services keeping families out of court

The new Justice secretary Dominic Raab stated in the Commons recently that he wants to do something ‘drastic’ to stop […]

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22 March 2022

Parental separation on the national curriculum for both primary and secondary pupils

Primary age pupils in Key Stage 2 can now learn and discuss the difficult subject of parental separation as part […]

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Avenue Child Contact Centre on being the only centre in Essex “It would be nice for everybody if these families had more local centres to go to”

3 March 2022

Avenue Child Contact Centre on being the only centre in Essex “It would be nice for everybody if these families had more local centres to go to”

Nicolette, co-ordinator at Avenue Child Contact Centre gives us a look round her supported contact centre in Westcliff on Sea, […]

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Arts and crafts reducing anxiety and encouraging bonding at Support & Supervised Family Contact Centre, Spalding

3 March 2022

Arts and crafts reducing anxiety and encouraging bonding at Support & Supervised Family Contact Centre, Spalding

Jennifer, co-ordinator at Support & Supervised Family Contact Centre, Spalding particularly specialises in supervised contact sessions for families that are […]

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Tidal Family Support’s rebrand and diversification of services

21 October 2021

Tidal Family Support’s rebrand and diversification of services

Melanie co-ordinator at recently rebranded Tidal Family Support writes about their experience over the last few months: We are excited […]

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