How can we help you?
Parenting shouldn’t end
when relationships do.
More than a million children have no contact whatsoever with one of their parents after separation. Unfortunately, some children experience behavioural issues including antisocial behaviour, distress, unhappiness, and both physical and emotional problems.
NACCC is the only charity in the UK dedicated to solving this problem by providing safe spaces where children can meet the parents they don’t live with. We oversee around 350 contact centres across the UK, run by a network of nearly 4,000 volunteers.
The Chiltern Child Contact Centre offers supported contact – that means it is suitable for families where no significant risk to the child or those around the child have been identified. We welcome referrals made through a solicitor, CAFCASS officer, family mediator or social worker. And we also accept self-referrals using the National Association of Child Contact Centres (NACCC) online Self-Referral System.
The MBE for Volunteer Groups
The Chiltern Child Contact Centre is proud to announce that it has been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK. This award reflects the hard work and dedication of our wonderful volunteers. The Chiltern Child Contact Centre was named as one of only 281 winners in 2019 from across the UK for this prestigious award.
Feedback from some of our families
‘Thank you all for your genuine care and time. It means a lot in so many ways’
‘Many, many thanks for all the time and effort you volunteers put into keeping the Contact Centre going. Your efforts are appreciated.’
‘We wanted to thank all the volunteers who make it possible for the Contact Centre to exist in Amersham. For my son, it was a lifeline to his own son – both of whom love each other very much.’
Latest News from Chiltern Child Contact Centre
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After much planning and a lot of hard work, CCCC is back open today welcoming families and reuniting children and parents who have been unable to see each other since lockdown! Thank you to all the fantastic volunteers who are making this possible
We were delighted to be presented with a cheque by Gill Hudgell (CCCC volunteer) on behalf of the Nordic Walking Group. This group choose a different charity each month to benefit from funds raised by donations made each walk by members and CCCC were the lucky...
The Chiltern Child Contact Centre is proud to announce that it has been honoured with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service. The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK. This award reflects the hard work and...