We are a registered charity which has been providing a diverse range of specialist residential and community based services for vulnerable children young people and families across East Anglia for over 40 years.

Young People in Care

Our core business is the provision of children’s homes. We currently have 7 homes for Looked After Children across the region and a fostering service offering single placements to traumatised young people

Children with Disabilities

We also provide a children’s home for young people with profound learning and physical disabilities and two short break schemes

Family Support

Families House in Norwich provides services to support separating parents and additional support and guidance to those who are struggling with parenting

Children at Risk

Break provides a range of assessment and support services to children at risk via our Residential Family Centre and a range of community based services


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Paul Macro Calendars - raising money for Break

What better present could you give someone this Christmas, and of course get an extra for yourself, than 12 months of wonderful images of our most beautiful coastline and surrounding area, beautifully captured by Paul Macro in his range of 2016 calendars. With nine designs to choose from you wil be spoilt for choice. Each one sold £1 is donated to Break, or £5 if you buy 4 calendars. * PLEASE ...

Dipples VIP Christmas Party

VIP Christmas Party Norwich Please contact us to come along to this event. sarah.bunn@break-charity.org 07826 ...

Christmas Fundraising Hamper

Could your work place or pub or restaurant raise some money for Break this Christmas? Would your customers or staff like to WIN one of these wonderful luxury hampers full of Christmas goodies? We can supply you with the hamper all ready to be displayed and all you need to get fundraising this Christmas, including: A numbered grid square sheet (with up to 240 squares) Collecting ...

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As Patron of Break, I have seen first-hand the amazing work they do with vulnerable children, young people and families

Jake Humphrey