Monday, October 02, 2006

New NACCC website

National Association of Child Contact CentresKnowing that it was being updated, I've been going back to the NACCC website from time to time, to check on progress. The update has now been completed, and I recommend the site for anyone who is considering making a referral to a child contact centre - the FAQ page especially contains some very helpful information.

I had hoped that the site would include the NACCC's Directory of Child Contact Centres, which can be particularly useful if you are looking for a centre outside of your area, but it does not. It does, however, have a 'Centre Enquiry Form' (on the 'Referring' page), where you can request the NACCC to send you details of the centre or centres local to the town where you would like the contact to take place.


  1. NACCC has a new website which has a 'Find a Contact Centre' facility and an online directory in the members area.
    Solicitors can subscribe to use this facility to find up to date information on all child contact centres and services.

  2. Thanks for that. I've written a new post about this facility.


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