Charity which offers support to the families of those affected by substance use. Features personal stories and online advice and support, plus details of local support networks.
Care for the Family
National charity promoting family life and offering support to those facing difficulties. Features event listings plus articles on marriage, relationships, parenting, money, work and living with loss.
Centre for Family Research
Has a worldwide reputation for innovative research that increases understanding of children, parents and family relationships.
The Centre for Separated Families
Charity offers advice, guidance and support to families facing any kind of separation, including divorce, prison and step families.
Coram Family and Childcare
Works to make the UK a better place for families by bringing together what they learn from their on the ground parent-led programmes and research to campaign for solutions that parents want and need.
Provider of out of school childcare with a network of employees across the country to enable the delivery of their services at a local level.
A charity providing services to disadvantaged and socially isolated families in England; includes a guide to their frontline programmes and services, and to their policy and campaigns work. Also gives contacts, news, and how to support.
Family Education Trust
A national educational trust which researches the causes and consequences of family breakdown. It has no political or religious affiliations and is funded entirely by voluntary donations.
Family Friendly UK
This organisation aims to bring businesses and public services together to create a more family-friendly Britain.
Charity offering a wide range of video clips, resources and support options for families, including a live one to one advisor chat facility.
Family Matters Institute
Provides a range of course materials and other resources designed to support organisations and individuals working with parents.
The Family Resources Survey
Provides the latest national statistics from the Family Resources Survey (FRS, as) produced by the Department for Work and Pensions.
Family Support NI
Provides details of a wide range of services provided by statutory, voluntary and community organisations to support families in Northern Ireland.
Good News Family Care
Provides support services to families experiencing difficulties in relationships, marriage, parenting, and pregnancy.
Presents subscription information for this magazine, plus news, articles and a discussion forum.
Presenting news, features and commentary on family related matters from the Guardian newspaper.
Made for Mums
Community hub for parents provides local information as well as forums, articles, product reviews and competitions.
Catholic charity operating across England and Wales, offering guidance and helping to create and sustain loving relationships. Features FAQ, marriage preparation pages and details of training and events.
One Plus One Marriage and Partnership Research
A group of researchers and practitioners in the field of family relationships; includes an extensive library of resources, information and training for professionals, publications list, and contacts.
PACT - Parents and Children Together
Exists to build and strengthen families, especially those from more vulnerable backgrounds, in the area of the Anglican Diocese of Oxford. Describes their programmes of support, community and children's centres, and adoption and fostering services.
Save the Family
Charity which helps families threatened with homelessness, in order to try to avoid children being taken into care. Provides information on how the charity works, personal family stories and details of how to support their work.
Scottish Marriage Care
Provides relationship counselling to couples and individuals all over Scotland. Includes information on training, counselling, volunteering and local support centres.
Campaigns for a healthier balance between working life and family life. Features information and advice, details of research, and news, with details of their helpline for parents and carers.