Support for children and parents
Should you need help or support please contact an agency to support your need.
If you are in immediate danger please call 999
Supports for Children and Young People
Supports for Mental Health
Nacoa: Advice Sheet
Ways to help children of alcohol-dependent parents
Services for Families
Care for the Family: Bereavement Support
Coping with the pain and heartache of a close bereavement is always difficult – not least when it’s accompanied by a sense of loneliness and a feeling that no one understands. We want to help those who are living with loss to discover hope for the future, and the strength to rebuild their lives and the lives of their families.
The Child Bereavement Network
The Childhood Bereavement Network (CBN) is the hub for those working with bereaved children, young people and their families across the UK. We underpin our members’ work with essential support and representation: bringing them together across localities, disciplines and sectors to improve bereavement care for children
Support For Domestic Violence and Abuse
National Centre for Domestic Violence
Other Information and Resources
Anna Freud: Self Care
Young people told us that when they are struggling they are usually told to see a professional. They don’t often get much advice about how they could help themselves.
So, we spoke to professionals and looked at academic research. Then we drew up a list of strategies young people can use.
Confidential help and advice. It’s safe and easy for you to speak to a qualified health professional. Just send a message, you don’t have to give your name.
Discreet and quick. It only takes one message to start making a difference. You’ll get confidential advice from trained health staff in your area.