Next week will see the opening of a new NSPCC centre offering cutting-edge child protection services to children and families in Bradford, the Telegraph and Argus has reported.
The launch of the new centre is expected to be attended by professionals from the social care sector, as well as health, police, education and voluntary organisations.
Sharda Parthasarathi, service manager for the NSPCC in Bradford, told the news provider: "This is a very exciting time for the NSPCC in Bradford.
"The NSPCC makes a huge difference to the lives of children across the UK and this new centre will help us expand our work and pioneer new approaches to address the significant child protection problems facing local children."
She added that the centre will offer a wide range of new services, including help for children whose lives have been affected by neglect.
Additionally, there will be services that offer help and support to babies, children and their parents who are struggling to raise them.