Family Support Service - FSS Hubs
FSS Hubs provide a range of services for families with children
Services are delivered by providers including Health Visitors, Midwives, Family Support Workers and Adult Learning Providers.
- Overview of our services
Some services are accessed from FSS Hub buildings, but the majority take place in community venues. Some services are available in the family home.
Examples of the types of services provided include:
- open access groups such as songs and rhymes
- child health clinics
- more targeted one-to-one family support and parenting programmes such as the Family Nurture Programme for families with complex needs
- Find your local FSS Hub
There are 11 FSS Hub buildings in Hampshire. This is also where Family Support Service staff are based.
District FSS Hub Basingstoke & Deane Honeycomb Children’s Centre, Chiltern Primary School, Chiltern Way, Buckskin, Basingstoke, RG22 5BB East Hants Bushy Leaze Children’s Centre, Eastbrooke Road, Alton, GU34 2DR Eastleigh Aviary Children’s Centre, Blackbird Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9JW Fareham Oakmeadow Children’s Centre, Tewkesbury Ave, Fareham PO15 6LL Gosport Oak Meadow Children’s Centre, Tewkesbury Avenue, Fareham PO15 6LL Hart Turners Wood Children’s Centre, Turners Way, Elvetham Heath, Fleet, GU51 1GX Havant Sharps Copse Children’s Centre, Prospect Lane, Havant, PO9 5PE New Forest Cadland Children’s Centre, Cadland Primary School, Whitefield Road, Holbury, Southampton SO45 2HW Rushmoor Park Children’s Centre, Park Primary School Campus, Gloucester Road, Aldershot, GU11 3SL Test Valley Spring Meadow Children’s Centre, Smannell Road, Andover, SP10 6JP Winchester Merry-Go-Round Children’s Centre, Wickham C of E Primary School, Buddens Road, Wickham, Fareham, PO17 5HU
- Further help and advice
Find activities running in your area in the Family Information and services Hub.
- How to use the service
There are a number of activities that are open to all families, such as songs and rhymes groups and child health clinics. These are called universal services. The majority are free of charge.
One-to-one intensive family support or parenting programmes require a request for support to be completed. This is done by you or the service provider you are already involved with. The support offered will be dependent on you and your family’s needs.
Find out more about Early Help in Hampshire and how to request support.For enquiries phone 0300 555 1384