Support and Helpful Websites

www.disrespectnobody.co.uk

 

Leeway supports over 9,000 adults, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse every year

For free confidential advice 24-hour domestic abuse helpline 0300 561 0077

www.leewaysupport.org

 

If you're worried about a child, even if you're unsure, contact our professional counsellors 24/7 for help, advice and support.

Call us or email help@nspcc.org.uk.

0808 800 5000

 

 

Childline is yours – a free, private and confidential service where you can be you. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, however you want to get in touch. We're here for you online, on the phone, anytime.

 www.childline.org.uk

 

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online?

www.thinkuknow.co.uk

 

Mancroft Advice Project (MAP). MAP provides information, advice, advocacy, support for young people aged 11-25 across Norfolk. We are an independent, rights based and young person centred service. * Free counselling to young people aged 11-18 with fully qualified counsellors.

www.map.uk.net

 

supporting people with drug and alcohol related issues
providing innovative education about the risks of drugs and alcohol
empowering people to make more informed choices

Free and confidential advice to anyone affected by drugs and alcohol 

www.matthewproject.org 

Helplines:
Adults: 0300 7900227
Young People: 0800 9704866 / text: 07797800966

 

We are a Norfolk charity that supports children and young people up to their 18th birthday that have experienced the death of a significant person in their life. We provide a range of support, appropriate for the needs of each child or young person. This may include one-to-one support and opportunities to meet others their age who have also experienced a bereavement.

www.nelsonsjourney.org.uk
Tel: 01603 431788

 

 

We deliver a range of community-based children and young people’s health services across Norfolk, including health visiting and school nursing services, as well as the Family Nurse Partnership and integrated vision, hearing and weight management services.

www.cambscommunityservices.nhs.uk/what-we-do/children-young-people-health-services-norfolk

 

Do you need confidential advice and support from a School Nurse? Then contact our text messaging service for 13-19 year olds on 07480 635060.

ChatHealth is an easy way for young people to confidentially seek help about a range of issues, make an appointment with a school nurse, or find out how to access other local services including emotional support or sexual health services.

www.cambscommunityservices.nhs.uk/what-we-do/children-young-people-health-services-norfolk/norfolk-school-nursing-service

 

BLAH Norwich

The main purpose of our work is to provide a safe venue, away from the scene where young LGBT people can have the opportunity to talk about issues affecting them, to offer an opportunity for them to access condoms, sexual health/HIV information and also the chance to meet other LGBT young people. We achieve this by providing weekly youth groups. BLAH LGBT Youth Groups is an “open access” drop in – this means that you don’t have to take part in any group discussions that we may have or come along every week in order to take advantage of the full range of services that we provide. You don’t even have to stay for the whole session or share anything about yourself that you don’t feel comfortable with – remember: you are free to leave at any time. Wednesdays 6-8pm

www.theproudtrust.org/youth-groups/blah-norwich/
Phone: 01603 219299
Email: blah@norfolklgbtproject.co.uk

 

 

What is prevent
A community safeguarding programme

Prevent is about safeguarding people and communities from the threat of terrorism. Prevent is 1 of the 4 elements of CONTEST, the Government’s counter-terrorism strategy. It aims to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism. 

www.ltai.info/what-is-prevent

 

COUNTY LINES

County Lines is a very serious issue where criminal gangs set up a drug dealing operation in a place outside their usual operating area. Gangs will move their drug dealing from big cities (e.g.  London, Manchester, Liverpool etc.) to smaller towns in order to make more money. This can have a really big effect on the community who live there and bring with it serious criminal behaviour.

www.fearless.org/en/campaigns/county-lines