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ChildLine is the UK’s free helpline for children and young people. It provides a confidential telephone counselling service for any child with any problem.
ChildLine and the NSPCC helpline service, offer advice for adults, and much more. Find out more about our work and how you can get involved.
YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.
Barnardo’s Children’s Charity
As one of the UK’s leading children’s charities, Barnardo’s works directly with over 200,000 children, young people and their families every year.
Kidscape is committed to keeping children safe from abuse. It is the first charity in the UK established specifically to prevent bullying and child sexual abuse.
Online emotional support and advice for young people
The Doncaster Contraception and Sexual Health Service
A free and confidential NHS service, offering non judgmental support, advice and treatment.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre
CEOP provides online safety training, educational resources and cyberbullying reporting tools.
Help, advice and support to help protect young people from abuse both online and in the real world. The website is produced by a CEOP.
A site all about the potential dangers on interactive services online like chat, instant messenger, online games, email and on mobiles.
The Digizen website shares specific advice and resources on issues such as social networking and cyberbullying and how these relate to and affect their own and other people’s online experiences.
A registered charity working with and on behalf of young people at risk through running away.
A local charity based in Doncaster providing support for the Homeless
Doncaster Safeguarding Children Board
Doncaster Safeguarding Children Board is the statutory multi-agency group with a responsibility for monitoring how local services are planned and delivered.
Contraception information and advice: Jigsaw
A young person’s advice, information and counselling centre and are based on Netherhall Road in Doncaster Town Centre
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