Support, Help & Advice
USEFUL NUMBERS OF SUPPORT AGENCIES
0800 11 11 - childline.org.uk to email or online chat.
Net Aware Social Media Guide for Parents from the NSPCC
The NSPCC has launched an updated Net Aware site for parents and carers. The site, run in partnership with O2, and informed by 1,696 children and young people and 674 parents and carers includes: tips showing how to help your child block or report someone targeting them; a guide to 39 of the most popular social media sites, apps and games used by children and young people including information about new apps like Pokemon Go, Periscope, IMVU, and Live.ly.
PREVENT/Thames Valley Police -
Telephone 101 to share concerns about radicalisation.
Understanding Child Sexual Exploitation LeafletUnderstanding Child Sexual Exploitation Leaflet
R U Safe
Telephone: 01494-461112 firstname.lastname@example.org Support for young people around relationships and safe behaviour.
Y.E.S. Youth Enquiry Service
Y.E.S. Youth Enquiry Service, 52 Frogmoor, High Wycombe
Telephone: 01494-437373. The offices are open Monday - Thursday from 8:30am to 5pm and on Friday from12pm to 3pm. Y.E.S offer a wide range of support for young people, including counselling.
Visit the Buckinghamshire Family Information Service website www.bucksfamilyinfo.org for information on a range of topics relating to family life, from childcare, local services and education, to health, money and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
There are all sorts of reasons why you might want a bit of extra help from Relate. Things might be worrying you at home or at school, or you might need help and advice with your own relationship.
This section is for any young person who's having problems. We can help.childbereavementuk.org/what-is-grief Supporting young people who have been harmed by crime. Helping them to recover their confidence and sense of safety www.safeproject.org.uk