As Welfare Call supports over two thirds of UK authorities right across the country you don't have to go far to find someone who is benefitting from the services offered by our dedicated team.
The map on this page shows the areas covered by our many happy customers. Hover over each area to see which of our services each customer is using.
If your authority is not yet using us then it's most likely that one of your neighbouring authorities is. Take a look at our testimonials page and then give us a call or drop us an email to find out how you too can share their success.
Stuart and Julie Henderson have built up a team of dedicated, professional people, working within our Call Centre, I.T Department, and Customer Services Department to ensure we deliver the highest levels of service.
Based in Cudworth, Barnsley, Welfare Call are the established market leaders for monitoring the attendance of looked after children since 2002. Welfare Call is registered under the Data Protection Act and all our staff are Enhanced CRB/DBS policed checked with no agency staff used.
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