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Sheffield Children Safeguarding Partnership

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Do you need some help?

If you’ve got a problem or are worried about someone you know, it can be hard to know what to do to make the situation better. This page will give you the information about services and people that are there to help.

Are you worried about:

  • abuse
  • bullying
  • family problems
  • alcohol or drugs
  • racism
  • gangs
  • school
  • sexual exploitation
  • sexuality
  • violence
  • physical health
  • mental health
  • or any other issues?

Are you afraid to talk to anyone about your worries because you:

  • are embarrassed
  • are worried people may not take you seriously
  • don’t trust anyone to keep your secret
  • think people won’t understand.

It can be very hard to talk about your feelings, but some problems won’t go away if you ignore them. Talking to someone can make you feel better and help you to find a solution.

Could you talk to:

  • a close friend
  • your parent or carer
  • another relative
  • a doctor
  • a social worker
  • a teacher
  • a school nurse
  • a neighbour
  • a police officer?

Helpful organisations:

If you want to speak to someone else please see the helpline numbers in the orange box at the right hand side of this page.

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