Support Organisations - Young Issues

06 July 2018

Childline provide support and counselling for anyone up to the age of 18. Childline can discuss anything of concern.
Helpline: 0800 11 11 (lines open 24 hours)

The Mix
Offers support via helpline, email and confidential 1-2-1 chat to young people (up to 25), to help find the correct support or information, whatever the problem.
Helpline: 0808 808 4994 (lines open 11am - 11pm)
1-2-1 chat (every day 11am – 11pm)

Domestic Violence
Information and support from Childline for children affected by violence in the family.

Brook on Consent
Includes information on the age of consent, rights and sexual harassment.

The Calm Zone
Information on dealing with exam stress.

Anger Issues
Advice on dealing with feelings of anger. Learn how to be assertive and not aggressive.

Patient UK - body image
Information on Body Dysmorphic Disorder.

Missing People - Runaways
Missing People offer support advice to anyone who is missing or has run away, and the families of those missing.
Helpline: 116 000 (lines open 24 hours)
Text: 116 000

In partnership with local authorities, Spurgeons support vulnerable children and their families to find solutions to challenges faced.

Catch 22
Catch 22 work in towns and cities across England and Wales to support young people, including offender rehabilitation.

NYAS provide advice and legal representation to children, young people and vulnerable adults. Advisors are available to discuss various issues including parental divorce.
Helpline: 0808 808 1001 (lines open Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm)

Hope Support Services
Support for young people aged 11-25 who have a family member diagnosed with a life threatening illness.

Action For Children
Action for Children supports vulnerable children, young people and their families during difficult times, such as parental separation.

You & Co
Victim Support’s help for young people coping with the impact and effects of crime. Crime does not have to be reported to the police to get support.

Knife Free
The possible results of carrying a knife and encouragement to go knife free.

Information on how being a member of a gang can impact on you and your family for the rest of your life.

Family Rights Group
Offering advice to families where children are involved with children’s services.

Government Information - Marriage and Civil Partnership
Government information on the legal age of marriage and parental permission in the UK.

Bullying UK
Bullying UK provide information about how to cope with bullying including harassment via text message.

Young parent – The Mix
Information and questions answered for young people facing possibility of becoming a parent.

Coram Children’s Legal Centre
Providing information and representation to children, young people, their families and carers.

Think U Know
Information about staying safe online.

Get Safe Online
Get Safe Online give advice about privacy protection on social networking sites.

IWF – Internet Watch Foundation
Anyone who has uncovered child sexual abuse images or videos on the internet can report them anonymously and confidentially to IWF.

Working to make the internet a great and safe place for children.

Young Minds
Young Minds support young people on a range of mental health issues.