These are the places that you can call, contact online, to get help & support. We also suggest some useful mobile apps that you can use at all times.
- NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children)
- WF-I CAN (The online resource for children and young people in Wakefield)
- KOOTH.com (Free online support for young people)
- ChildLine (0800 1111)
- Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (In crisis? Need support? Text AFC to 85258)
- Anna Freud Youth Wellbeing Directory
- PAPYRUS (Prevention of Young Suicide - Call HopelineUK 0800 068 41 41)
- Mind (Mental health and wellbeing information for young people aged 11-18)
- CAMHS Resources (Resources to help support your mental health and wellbeing)
- CAMHS (Single Point of Access (SPA) 01977 735865 9am - 5pm)
- Samaritans (Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. Call for FREE 116 123)
- Mefirst Doc Ready (A digital tool that helps young people to prepare & make the most out of mental health related GP visits)
- Wakefield Youth Programmes (As part of our work in the Wakefield Youth Work Team we offer national youth work programmes, alongside more targeted programmes for young people who may be experiencing difficulties or vulnerabilities.
- Beat (Eating Disorders 0808 801 0711
- Social Care Direct (0345 8503 503 A free & confidential phone line, open 24 hours a day. Minicom: 01924 303450 (type talk welcome)
- The Kite Trust (Gender and sexuality supporting young people)
- The Proud Trust (Home of LGBT+ youth)
- Allsorts Youth Project
- The Mix (Essential support for under 25s)
- NSHN (The national self harm network)
- Child Bereavement UK
- The BeYou Project
Recommended advice and apps to help you manage your concerns
Be Safe Online
Is someone being weird online? Are you being sexually abused? Do you feel under pressure to have sex? You can contact CEOP for help.
Report to CEOP
CEOP helps young people who are being sexually abused or are worried that someone they’ve met is trying to abuse them.
If you’ve met someone online, or face to face, and they are putting you under pressure to have sex or making you feel uncomfortable you should report to CEOP.
This might be someone:
- Making you feel worried, anxious or unsafe
- Making you have sex when you donʼt want to
- Chatting about sex online
- Asking you to meet up face to face if youʼve only met them online
- Asking you to do sexual things on webcam
- Asking for sexual pictures of you
If this is happening to you, or you’re worried that it might be, you can report it to CEOP and they will help make it stop.
If you or someone else is in immediate danger please dial 999