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Become a Volunteer Relationship Advisor!

Are you interested in volunteering to support parents and families in Hartlepool?

Are you interested in providing a listening ear for parents who may be having some difficulties in their relationship?

Could you commit to 2-3 hours per week or month to work with The Healthy Relationship Partnership to deliver drop-in sessions at one of several community venues for parents who might need a bit of help with the ups and downs of family life?

If the answer if yes, then we are interested in hearing from you!

Click here to download our leaflet for more information about what Volunteer Relationship Advisors do and what’s involved.

VRAs are a vital part of the Healthy Relationship Programme in Hartlepool. We know that a strong parental relationship is very important in ensuring that children have the best start in life. Sometimes parents may need a space to talk about what is happening in their relationship. VRAs work with individuals in the community, act as a resource for parents to talk about their relationship difficulties and to provide information about how people can get the help they need.

Whilst you’ll want to make a real difference when you volunteer, it’s not just about what you can do for others. Volunteers get a lot out of the experience too!

We provide introductory training and regular supervision and then the opportunity to work alongside like-minded people who want to make a difference.

Complete our quick Volunteer Enquiry Form and email it back to us at enquiries@hrphartlepool.co.uk and we will get back to you!

Complete our quick Volunteer Enquiry Form and email it back to us at enquiries@hrphartlepool.co.uk and we will get back to you!

Download our enquiry form here or give us a call on 01429 891444

organisations are part of the Family Relationship Network

staff receiving development and support

parents directly benefitting from our relationship work

hours given by our helpful volunteers to support relationships in Hartlepool

local families spoken to through community work and research