Welcome to Voices in the Middle
London Family Solicitor are proud to support Voices in the Middle and are committed to ensuring the best interests of children, young people and your family are upheld.
Voices in the Middle is a safe place where young people aged 13 to 19 years old, who are in the middle of their parents splitting up, can find a place to share their voice, read helpful and age-appropriate content plus connect with support designed just for them.
See below to find out what Voices in the Middle has for yourself and your children during this time.
Then, please share this link with your children so they can access the free support that we have made possible: https://www.voicesinthemiddle.com
London Family Solicitor are proud to support Voices in the Middle as a much needed resource for children going through parental separation and divorce.
Your children can find content on what happens when parents split up, who is involved and who they can talk to. They can also read about feelings they may be going through and how to have their voice heard.
We also encourage young people to ‘talk to someone’ and have discussion boards, group chats, a freephone helpine, SMS messaging and webchat counselling available for them. These are run by our service partner, The Mix, who are one of the largest support services for young people in the UK.
The Family Initiative charity has a responsibility to promote the welfare of all children and young people and to keep them safe. We are committed to safeguard children and young people in our work through Voices in the Middle. This includes:
- providing all staff and volunteers with training on the overarching principles that guide our approach to safeguarding and child protection.
- appointing a Designated Safeguarding Officer (DSO) for children and young people and a lead trustee board member for safeguarding.
- providing effective management for staff and volunteers through supervision, support, training and quality assurance measures.
- ensuring that we provide a safe environment for our children, young people, staff and volunteers, including effective e-safety measures (such as checking of every piece of content generated by users, by a real person) in addition to measures in accordance with the law and regulatory guidance.
Voices in the Middle does not ask children or young people for their personal details.
Our guidance to young people when submitting content to the website can be found here: https://www.voicesinthemiddle.com/submission-rules/
If any content submitted by young people to the website contains personal details, these are immediately and permanently deleted (before it is published / live).