From Holyhead in the west to Beaumaris in the east, Amlwch in the north and Dwyran in the south, if you’re lucky enough to live somewhere on the Isle of Anglesey, this is your page to find information for your family.
Here you will find everything from essential contacts to the latest news, the key local services for families in Anglesey (Family Information Service, Communities First, Families First, Flying Start, and Supporting People) and, if you scroll right down, loads of links to local info and useful things such as money, health, housing, things to do and much more.
So if you’re a parent or carer or have responsibility for a child, live in Anglesey and want some information, we’ll point you in the right direction on this page.
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NHS Direct Wales (0845 46 47)
National Debtline (0808 808 4000)
Meic (0808 80 23456) (Text: 84001)
Anglesey County Council (01248 750057)
Live Fear Free Helpline (0808 80 10 800)
Anglesey Family Information Service (01248 725800)
Childcare / Information / Support for Parents / Things to do / Parenting / Money
Family Information Service Anglesey (FIS) can provide information on registered childcare and also activities for you and your family.
Adult Education/ Employment / Health and Well-being / Money
The Môn Communities First team works with local community groups and individuals, schools, businesses and anyone else who can help in any way to create positive change in their area.
Childcare / Health and well-being / Parenting Support / Speech, Language and Communication Support
Flying Start Anglesey is a targeted programme which means that it is only available in 5 geographic areas on the Isle of Anglesey. A strict postcode eligibility criteria does apply. To find out whether Flying Start operates in your area please phone the Flying Start team.
Employment / Education / Health and Well-being / Money / Parenting
The Families First Anglesey programme helps families who are facing difficulties, especially those on low-incomes. They offer different types of support depending on what your needs are.
Additional Needs / Disability / Health and Well-being / Homelessness / Housing
Anglesey’s Supporting People Programme can provide housing related support to help you improve your quality of life.
Supporting People can offer you support whether you own your own home, renting privately, or live in sheltered housing, a hostel or refuge.
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