If you are worried about anything, it could be something big or something small – don’t bottle it up. It can really help if you talk to someone. If there is something on your mind, ChildLine is here for you.
You can contact ChildLine about anything. They won’t judge you or put you down and they aren’t easily shocked. Talk to a ChildLine counsellor by logging in for a 1-2-1 chat, emailing them, or by phoning 0800 11 11. All calls to ChildLine are confidential and won’t show up on your telephone bill. You can read more about ChildLine’s Confidentiality Promise on their website.
RD4U is a website developed by Cruse Bereavement Care’s Youth Involvement Project which aims to support young people, after the death of someone close to them.
RD4U means the ‘road for you’. Everyone reacts differently to a death so if someone you know has died you could use their site to find out how others in your situation have coped. The main aim of the site is to let you find your own ‘road’ to dealing with your loss.
Get Connected is the free helpline for young people, who know they need help but don’t know where to find it. You can talk to them by phone, email and web chat any day of the year. Their Helpline Volunteers are fully trained to support each young person in their unique situation, and help them choose the best service from over 13,000 in the UK. Get Connected is the vital gateway between a distressing, confusing problem the young person can’t solve on their own and the service that can help them solve it.
Ask Brook provides sexual health information, support and signposting for all young people under 25 anywhere in the UK. (If you are over 25 and in the UK you can contact FPA. Information on services outside of the UK is available from IPPF).