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Links and resources

If you are at immediate risk or experiencing a mental health crisis, you can do one of the following:


If you are concerned about someone else at risk or in crisis outside of your area you can request a Police  welfare check. Search by postcode for their local Police:

If you would like support or  to talk to someone immediately:

Global Suicide & Self Harm Prevention:

Befrienders Worldwide

Signposting to immediate emotional support worldwide, search by country.

To Raise Safeguarding Concerns:

Children and Young People Under 18:

Find the young person’s local safeguarding team:


To discuss or report concerns:

NSPCC: to report online.

Phone 0808 800 5000.



Sexual Abuse:

Confidential helpline: Stop It Now:

Online Abuse, Exploitation and Grooming

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre: UK’s national police agency for child protection


Preventing extremism:

If you are concerned about extremism in a school or organisation that works with children:


Concerns that a child might be at risk of extremism in a school setting:

Helpline 020 7340 7264. Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm (excluding bank holidays). Email




Find your local authority safeguarding teams


Older People:

information and support to an older person/anyone concerned who is at risk of, experiencing or recovering from any form of abuse or neglect.


Adults with disabilities:

Safeguarding and to report concerns or if you are worried about someone but are unsure what to do:

Learning Disability Helpline on 0808 808 1111

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