Raising concerns

        SCC Child Protection Flowchart


Telephone Support Lines for Young People

Telephone Support Lines for Young People

 

 

 

Who can

 Help?

What Do 

They Do?

What Topics Can They 

Help With?

How Can They be Contacted?

Anna Freud National Centre

Supporting young people’s mental health during periods of disruption

Anxiety

Mental health

www.annafreud.org

Lifeline

Crisis response line for people in distress or despair

Depression

Mental health

Suicidal thoughts

Textphone users (for deaf and hard of hearing):

0808 808 8000

18001 0808 808 8000

Childline

Childline provides support and guidance on multiple topics including:

Bullying

You and your body

Home and Family

Relationships

School

0800 1111

www.childline.org.uk

1-2-1 counsellor chat

The MIX

Crisis messenger text service 

Alcohol

Homelessness

Suicidal thoughts

General advice

Mental health

relationships

0808 808 4994

NSPCC

Advice on safeguarding and child protection issues and somewhere to report concerns

Web support for teenagers

Safeguarding

Child abuse

Child protection

0808 800 5000

www.there4me.com

Aware

Aware is a mental health charity working exclusively for those with depression and mental health concerns

Depression

Bipolar disorder

02890 357 820

Frank

Confidential advice on drugs

Alcohol

Drugs

0300 123 6600

SIMON Community

Support for individuals and families who are at risk of becoming homeless

Homelessness

Housing

0800 171 2222

Domestic and Sexual Violence Helpline

Advice for anyone affected by domestic and sexual violence

Domestic violence

Sexual violence

0808 802 1414

The Migrant Centre NI

Financial Health and Well being

 

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LGBT Switchboard NI

Support and counselling for the Gay, Lesbian and Transgender communities

LGBTQ+ advice

0808 8000 390

Women’s Aid

Specialist services for women, children and young people who have experienced domestic and sexual violence.

Domestic Violence

Sexual violence

Relationships

0808 802 1414

Family Support NI

Website to access support in your area – for a wide range of issues – giving local contact details

 

www.familysupportni.gov.uk

Contact us

15 Tullybryan Road,
Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone
BT70 2LY
 
Telephone: 028 8556 8640

Fax:  028 8556 8660

Email: info@stciarans.ballygawley.ni.sch.uk

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