The NSPCC website showcases the support and advice we offer to parents and concerned adults on topics from online safety, to types of abuse and how to report your concerns. If you want to get involved you can sign up to an event, volunteer, make a donation, or support one of our campaigns. Visit the website for advice and information as well as ways to support the work we do.
The NSPCC Learning website is the place to go for information on a range of safeguarding topics, for research into child abuse and what works to prevent abuse or to support children who’ve
been abused, and for summaries of the latest legislation and guidance. Visit the website to access training and to find resources, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
The NSPCC helpline is staffed by trained professionals who can provide expert advice and support to help keep children safe. We’re here if you’re concerned about a child, if you’re a parent or carer looking for advice, or if you’re a professional in need of information and guidance. Whatever your worry – call the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000, email us (email@example.com), or submit our online form – we can help. You can call Monday to Friday 8am – 10pm or 9am – 6pm at the weekends. It’s free and you don’t have to say who you are.
Childline gives young people a voice when no one else is listening. Children can talk to us about anything, any time of day or night. No problem is too big or too small. Our trained Childline counsellors are there for young people 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Children and young people can contact Childline by phone (0800 1111) or online via email or 1-2-1 counsellor chat online
Direct service from the NSPCC
We work directly with children and families either in their homes or from local service centres. Please get in touch with your local service centre to find out more about the services we provide. You can find their contact details here.
*While lockdown measures are in place across the UK, the way we provide our services may have changed. Get in touch with your local service centre to find out more.