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Who can I talk to? Print E-mail

There are probably lots of people that you can talk to around you, for example:

  • Your parents or a family member
  • Grandparents
  • A trusted friend
  • A teacher
  • School counsellor
  • Your GP, if you make an appointment they should be able to refer you to someone that you can talk to
  • A helpline

It is important if you talk to someone that you make sure you can trust them. It is ok to ask for help whether you are a boy or a girl.

The following links and helplines are run by volunteers who are used to listening to young people in difficult situations.

person talking on phoneChildline 
Speak to someone in confidence, Telephone 0800 1111 (24 hours a day)

Its Not Your Fault 
The website has information for teenagers about their parents' divorce, there is also a telephone number for children worried about abuse - Telephone 0800 800 500 (24 hours a day)

The Children's Legal Centre 
For young people who need legal advice and information, Telephone 01206 873820

The Samaritans 
People are available on the end of the phone 24 hours a day to talk to, Telephone 08457 90 90 90

 
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