|Childline||Ring Free: 0800 1111
You can talk to other people in the message boards anonymously and get support with all sorts of things like family worries, eating problems, self-harm, phobias, puberty, hobbies, relationships and much more. Childline has information to help you with all sorts of worries.
|Young Minds||Text: 85258
This anonymous text service provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK. The service address issues such as: suicidal thoughts, abuse or assault, self-harm, bullying or relationship issues.
|NSPCC||Ring: 0808 800 5000
Children and young people are normally seen by lots of different adults every day, like neighbours, grandparents and teachers. But due to coronavirus (COVID-19) we’re self-isolating, social distancing and spending much more time at home. This means some families might need extra support with parenting.
It is everyone’s responsibility to keep children safe, spot the signs of abuse and report concerns. We all need to play our part by checking in with families and reaching out for support and advice if we have any concerns.
|Save the Children||Ring Free: 020 7012 6400
Save the Children exists to help every child reach their full potential. In the UK and around the world, we make sure children stay safe, healthy and keep learning, so they can become who they want to be.