Our ‘Jigsaw’ contact centre is a child-friendly, self-contained family space in South London (Streatham). This service helps separated parents and children build a stronger and healthier relationship. We aim to ensure both the child and parents have a good experience during contact and to make it as easy as possible for everyone.
Families need to use a contact centre for lots of different reasons. They give children and parents a safe and welcoming space to see their families. Some parents who are separated will use this service to see their children if their relationships are strained, or a court has ordered it. Children who are in care come to contact centres to see their parents or other family members.
Who is it for?
This service is offered to parents living apart from their child. It is also used by grandparents and siblings to see children in fostercare.
Why does this service exist?
This service helps reunite parents and their child in a safe way and helps them to build and maintain a strong bond. It also helps children keep in touch with other family members like grandparents and brothers and sisters.
Where and when does this service happen?
Jigsaw can be booked 7 days a week. Jigsaw centre is in Streatham and also online. We also offer contact out in the community, visiting local cafes or parks if this is agreed.
“I called to set up contact. It was very easy and after the initial interview meeting, I was offered contact practically immediately.”
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