How do I contact Mash West Sussex?
Sending us the information on our online form is the best way of reporting your concerns but, if you prefer, you can call us on: Phone: 01403 229900 (Monday to Friday between 9.00am and 5.00pm)
How do I contact Social Services UK?
- Call 0800 678 1602.
- Helpline open: every day of the year, 8am to 7pm.
What can social services help with UK?
Includes helplines, needs assessments, advocacy and reporting abuse.
- Telephone helplines and forums.
- Getting a needs assessment.
- Care and support plans.
- Financial assessment (means test)
- Someone to speak up for you (advocate)
- Care for people with mental health problems (Care Programme Approach)
How do I contact social services anonymously?
Other ways to report your concerns Contact the NSPCC for help if you are unsure whether to report your concerns. Call 0808 800 5000 to speak in confidence, or text anonymously to 88858.
How do I get in contact with a social worker?
You can try your local community action agency. Ask if they provide case workers or if they can tell you where to call to find one. Centers for Independent Living are run by people with disabilities and may have case workers on staff, or be able to help connect you to other disability resources in your area.
What is classed as child neglect UK?
Neglect has been described in England as: Neglect is the persistent failure to meet a child’s basic physical and/or psychological needs, likely to result in the serious impairment of the child’s health or development.
How do I find a local social worker?
What can a social worker not do?
(a) Social workers should not allow their own personal problems, psychosocial distress, legal problems, substance abuse, or mental health difficulties to interfere with their professional judgment and performance or to jeopardize the best interests of people for whom they have a professional responsibility.
Can social services watch your house?
Re: Can social workers just enter and search your home Only the police can do this, and even they have to have a search warrant from a judge. You have every right to refuse any social service people admission to your home.