Child abuse

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NAPAC

Support for adults that experienced childhood abuse

Offers support to adult survivors of all types of childhood abuse including physical, sexual, emotional abuse and/or neglect.

Thinkuknow

Helping children to stay safe online

Thinkuknow provides online resources and advice about staying safe when you’re online aimed at protecting children and young people from sexual abuse and exploitation.

SupportLine

Confidential helpline offering emotional support

SupportLine listens supports and responds to callers in need of emotional support. It is aimed at those who are socially isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of abuse.

18 and Under

Help for young people that have experienced abuse

Support and information for young people in Scotland under 18 who have experienced any type of abuse.

Parents Protect

Protecting children from abuse and exploitation

Aims to prevent child sexual abuse by raising awareness and encouraging early recognition of the warning signs of abuse.

The Lucy Faithfull Foundation

Child sexual abuse information and support

Supports entire families that have been affected by sexual abuse, including anyone that has been abused, abusers, and other family members.

HAVOCA

Online support for adult victims of child abuse

Online support for adult victims previously abused as children. Provides resources for finding professional therapy or local support groups.

Stop it Now!

Helpline for child sexual abuse concerns

The confidential Stop It Now! helpline is available for anyone with concerns about child sexual abuse. Callers can remain anonymous. Helpline open 9am – 9pm Monday to Thursday 9am – 5pm Fr…

Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Command

Report online sexual abuse towards children

If you have been a victim of online sexual abuse or have concerns that this is happening to someone you know, you can make a report and a child protection advisors will contact you.

NSPCC

Dealing with child abuse helpline

Find advice and support whether you suspect or want to report abuse or are suffering from abuse. Call us anytime or find guidance online.

Police service of Northern Ireland

Report and support for knife crime

By reporting crime you are helping to keep your community safer. If you have been a witness or a victim of a crime you can report it to the PSNI.

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