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Family Rights Group

Family Rights Group's goal is to enable children to be raised safely and thrive within their family and community. The Charity was established in 1974, by a group of lawyers, social workers and academics who were concerned about how families were treated when social services…

Family Rights Group's goal is to enable children to be raised safely and thrive within their family and community.

The Charity was established in 1974, by a group of lawyers, social workers and academics who were concerned about how families were treated when social services were involved with their children.

We work with parents whose children are in need, at risk or are in the care system and with members of the wider family who are raising children unable to remain at home.

Our free and confidential advice service is provided via telephone and online discussion boards. Our expert advisors have extensive experience in legal and social work practice, they help families to understand the law and child welfare processes, as well as better understand the concerns of social workers.

Freephone Telephone Advice Line


If you are a parent, family member or friend of a child who has social workers involved in your child’s life, or if you need extra support from Children’s Services, and would like to speak to an adviser, please call our free and confidential helpline. Calls may be monitored for training and quality purposes. Textphone: Please dial 18001 and then the freephone number.

0808 801 0366 (Monday to Friday 9.30am to 3pm)

Who to contact

Telephone
0808 801 0366
Website
FRG website

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Friday 9.30am to 3pm
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Session Information
Freephone Telephone Advice Line

Other Details

Availability

Additional Information

Providing services to
16 + years
Children
Adults
Carers
Older people

Last checked on 23/04/2020

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

This information has been collected from third party providers and Oxfordshire County Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of the information nor does inclusion represent a recommendation or an endorsement. Parents, carers, young people and professionals are recommended to check that organisations and services are appropriate and safe before they attend.
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