If you're worried or scared, speak to an adult you trust. If there's no-one you feel you can talk to, talk to us.
It is everyone's responsibility to protect children and young people.
All adults have a responsibility to protect children, including:
If you are worried about the way an adult is treating you make sure that you speak to someone you trust. Try to choose a time when they can listen properly to what you want to talk about. If they don't hear you the first time keep trying and don't give up until you have sorted things out
Useful Contact Numbers
Social Work (ask for Duty Social Worker) - 030 33 33 3000
Other Useful Websites
Childline is a free helpline for children and young people in the United Kingdom. For further information visit their website.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre have a great website you can visit to get loads of advice on keeping yourself safe whether you use the Internet for Gaming, using Mobiles, Chatting Online, Podcasts and Blogs. Also keep a look out for the "Eye" Logo at the top right hand of the site where children and young people can report abuse and get the help they need.
Kidscape is a great website where you can get lots of advice regarding bullying.
Young people can find out all the latest goings on in their area and lots more information.
It is not only adults that can be affected by Domestic Abuse, some children and young people can witness the abuse or be abused as well. For advice and help visit the website.