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The National Health Service (NHS) offers comprehensive guidance and support to parents. You can contact your family doctor (GP) at any time with questions or for appointments. Also, you may see someone at home called a health visitor, who is a qualified nurse, for a new baby visit or if you are having a problem. Some surgeries offer mother and baby, parent and toddler, breastfeeding and peer support groups. Familylives.org.uk is an organization that supports families with any challenge they might face. Call its helpline on 0808 002222. You can also ask your GP about seeing a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) professional, who is trained to understand emotional, developmental and behavioural issues.


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