Information for Children and Young People
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If someone is treating you in a way, which makes you feel scared
or unsafe, this may be abuse. You can be abused in different
ways, not just by being hit.
If an adult or another young person is doing
something to you that you don’t feel is right, then you should talk
to someone that you feel you can trust. This may be someone in your
family, a neighbour or a friend, a teacher or school
Where to go to get help
Going To A Child Protection Meeting
Sometimes the services that work with children
and young people hold a meeting to discuss the best way of
supporting you and helping to keep you safe.
Support for young people up to 19
years of age affected by someone else’s drug or alcohol
0800 652 9664
Open to talk: Wednesday 6.00pm –
9.00pm and Sunday 10.00am – 1.00pm
Whether you are worried about your parent/carer, brother/sister,
- A confidential service
- A free helpline
- Your questions answered about drugs
- Listening and understanding
- One to one support
- Help to access a range of activities/services
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This page was last reviewed 6 November 2013 at 12:03.
The page is next due for review 5 May 2015.