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Anyone worried about a child can call 0808 800 5000 24/7. Everything we do protects children, prevents abuse & transforms society so it’s safer for all children
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NSPCC 2h
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Hello. You can contact our Supporter Care team on supporter@nspccc.org.uk and someone can help.
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Hello. We're working on it as we speak. There should be an android version in the new year - keep an eye out!
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Being a parent can be amazing. It can also be a challenge. If you feel at the end of your tether it’s good to
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Hello Emily. You can speak to Childline anytime on 0800 1111. Someone is always here to listen.
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You're making us blush! Thank you.
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Valerie Ann Stones 17h
How do you show 6 days of trekking? The sights we saw the challenges we faced and met. The friendships we made please donate
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You absolute gem! Thank you for everything - we're so happy you had an amazing time.
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This is brilliant! Thanks for sharing with us.
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Learn what to look out for so we can all help children who might be having suicidal thoughts & feelings
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"At its worst I was close to suicide & self-harm." Jamie contacted when he felt no one wanted to listen.
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If your child is self-harming, it's likely to have an effect on you & your whole family. If you need advice, call our Helpline
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We're here to help you spot the signs of self-harm & know what to do if you're worried about a child
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NSPCC 22h
Last year children as young as 10 spoke to about suicidal thoughts & feelings. We've got advice
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NSPCC Oct 17
Replying to @Beachdrifter74
Thanks for your lovely feedback, we're always here if you need to talk on 0808 800 5000 or help@nspcc.org.uk ☺
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NSPCC Oct 17
Replying to @AbbyKSyl
Hello, if you're worried about a child contact us on 0808 800 5000 or help@nspcc.org.uk. In an emergency, contact the police on 999.
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NSPCC Oct 17
Learn what to look out for so we can all help children who might be having suicidal thoughts & feelings
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