About Us

What Happens At Milli's?

The non-resident parent arrives at an allocated time and will then waits for the resident parent to arrive with the child(ren) again at an allocated time. A member of staff will then take the child(ren) from the resident parent to the non-resident parent. Children do not always transition easily to start with. This can be a delicate process that requires understanding from all concerned to achieve a positive outcome and must be handled sensitively so as not to create further problems.

Parents do not come into contact with one another. We do work with you over time to try and help resolve the problems surrounding contact as this is beneficial to the child(ren). At the end of the session a member of staff will take the child(ren) from the non-resident parent to the resident parent and once they have left the area the non-resident parent will be able to leave. Everything is done to ensure a calm, happy and safe environment for all centre users.

We understand that this is not an easy period of time for all those concerned and we offer our support with looking after a child i.e. changing, feeding and interacting. We can assist you in finding coping strategies and problem solving and/or we may suggest other agencies that may be beneficial to you. We are there simply to support you however we can.

Opening Times

Supported Cases:-
Sunday: 10am–1pm
Wednesday: 4pm - 7pm

Pick up and drop off:-
Sunday: 10am–1pm and again at 4pm – 5pm
Wednesday: 4pm - 7pm
Saturday: 10am - 11am & again at 4pm - 5pm

How Can I Find Out More Information?

For further information telephone freephone 0800 735 1012, this is a confidential answerphone. You can also contact us by using the form on the contact page or send us a message at info@millischildcontactcentre.com or visit our Facebook page. Alternatively your legal representative, JFCAS officer, health visitor, GP and many other agencies hold our leaflets.