Childline can provide children and young people with free, confidential advice and support. Calls to 0800 1111 are free and children can also get support online. See the Childline website for:
Worried about a child?
Supporting parents and carers
This is a really difficult time for parents too, so we've got some advice to support them on the NSPCC website:
0845 4600001 or 01296 383962
Referrals into social care if you are concerned for the safety or well-being of a child.
This number takes you direct into social care to speak to the duty social worker should you not be able to make contact with your own social worker.
Family Action works to tackle some of the most complex and difficult issues facing families today – including financial hardship, mental health problems, social isolation and learning disabilities. Domestic abuse, or substance misuse and alcohol problems.
Women's Aid offer support to women & children/young people experiencing domestic violence.
01865 901600 or txt 07798 667169
Healthy Minds is a NHS service offering quick and easy access to talking therapies, practical support and employment advice. Anyone who is feeling depressed, anxious or stressed, is aged 18 or over and has a GP in Buckinghamshire can request help from Healthy Minds.
Every young person who gets help from our CAMHS will have a trained Barnardo’s buddy to work with them and offer support throughout their care.
For children and young people who are currently in care or leaving care and promote their right to be a part of the decision making processes that affect their lives.
Are independent charities offering young carers the chance to be young people free from their caring responsibilities through trusted activities, clubs, outings, holidays and one-to-one support.
A service with knowledge and information for many concerns and problems.