Getting Support


Type of Resource


Publication Date

September 21, 2023


Digital Wellbeing 
Supporting children in your care can be challenging. It’s normal to want to seek advice and doing so means you can have the best response when supporting young people.

Young Minds

Young minds are a young person’s mental health charity. They operate a parent/carer helpline.


The NSPCC operate an Adults Helpline for parents/carers and professionals to seek safeguarding advice. The main NSPCC website is also a useful resource for supporting young people.

Call 0808 800 5000 or visit [email protected]


CEOP is a law enforcement agency that works to protect young people online. They have dedicated support pages for parents/carers/teachers. They also have reporting functions for abuse and sexual exploitation.

Family Lives

Family Lives supports families and operate a confidential helpline.


IT’s NOT OKAY is a resource for parents concerned about child sexual exploitation.
If you have concerns about the immediate safety of a young person, you should contact the police on 999.

Welcome to the Online Safety Hub

How old are you?

If you are under 18, click the blue button below to visit the Online Safety Hub micro-site for children and young people.