Family Information Services (FIS) are the first point of contact for advice and information on local services for families and carers.

The FIS provide free, impartial help, support and advice on a range of family issues including:

  • Childcare and help with the costs of childcare
  • Health care
  • Education and Training
  • Leisure services
  • Finances

They can put you in touch with experts who will provide free help and support tailored to your individual needs.

They can also signpost you to useful information and services of Welsh Government Programmes.

Each local authority in Wales has a FIS which you can contact via post, email or telephone call. The contact details for your local authority’s FIS can be accessed by selecting the area of Wales where you live on the home page.

Family Information Services (FIS) are the first point of contact for advice and information on local services for families and carers.

The FIS provide free, impartial help, support and advice on a range of family issues including:

  • Childcare and help with the costs of childcare
  • Health care
  • Education and Training
  • Leisure services
  • Finances

They can put you in touch with experts who will provide free help and support tailored to your individual needs.

They can also signpost you to useful information and services of Welsh Government Programmes.

Each local authority in Wales has a FIS which you can contact via post, email or telephone call. The contact details for your local authority’s FIS can be accessed by selecting the area of Wales where you live on the home page.