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Making life better for young people in and around care

Break works across East Anglia making life better for young people on the edge of care, in care and leaving care.

We give children, young people and families the time and support they need to achieve their full potential.

Whether that’s through therapeutic services, respite breaks, providing a resilient home or support with parenting, we are committed to supporting them through whatever life has in store.

Just some of our impact this year:

64 young people have accessed sessions with our Opportunities Team totalling 4000 hours accross 188 sessions

Over 20% of young people we work with are co-producing our future

All young people at Break have a home close to where they grew up

Latest opportunities

Mobile Residential Support Worker

£21,821 - £23,246
Permanent / Full Time

Registered Manager (Dual) - Residential Children's Homes

Bury St Edmunds & Chevington, Suffolk
£44,000 - £49,000
Permanent / Full Time

Children's Residential Senior Support Worker

King's Lynn
£28,620 - £29,552
Permanent / Full Time

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Latest News

Three new children’s homes to open in Suffolk

We are delighted to announce that we will be opening three new homes in Suffolk, enabling us to expand our services and support more young people across the region.

You could foster if…. Busting those myths on being a foster carer

The role of a foster carer is often perceived as being exceptionally demanding and that it requires a specific type of person. However, the truth is that fostering knows no boundaries in terms of who can provide a loving and stable home for a young person.

New charity initiative donates £2000 and gives young care leavers a memorable supercar experience!

Two of our young care leavers were delighted to be given the opportunity to spend the day having a go in some super speedy supercars thanks to a new charity initiative, Giving Days, who also donated an incredible £2000 towards our CoffeeBreak van – enabling us to buy a new battery for the van!