About us: DCCC video

Derby Child Contact Centre is wholly reliant on donations and volunteers to keep our families connected each week. Our new awareness video has been created to inform local businesses of our services. It’s hoped we can attract some investment and pledges from companies who are able to give a little to help sustain our positionContinue reading “About us: DCCC video”

FREE Online Parenting Course!

Happy New Year, parents! Here’s something to snack on in January during these Tier 4 times. ‘Understanding your child’ is an online course for all parents, grandparents and carers of children aged 0-18 years. This course is a journey through knowledge. It builds up a way of looking at things that will be helpful forContinue reading “FREE Online Parenting Course!”

Outdoor play area!

Coming Soon! Thanks to very generous support from The National Lottery Community Foundation, we are midway through building our outdoor play area. The fencing has been erected in readiness, which will be fully completed once the new (second) entrance to the Centre is built in the New Year (to the left of the first windowContinue reading “Outdoor play area!”

Parenting shouldn’t end when relationships do

More than a million children have no contact whatsoever with one or other parent after separation. Unfortunately some children experience behavioural issues including antisocial behaviour, distress, unhappiness, and both physical and emotional problems. The NACCC is the only charity in the UK dedicated to solving this problem, by providing safe spaces where children can meetContinue reading “Parenting shouldn’t end when relationships do”

Our volunteers

What does it take to become a volunteer at Derby Child Contact Centre? Simply put, without our wonderful volunteers we cannot exist as a charity entity. Our volunteers help support visiting families to create our safe-space environment, representing the interests and welfare of all parents and children in attendance. •   They keep the register, whichContinue reading “Our volunteers”