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  1. We are here to ensure that anyone who is missing can find a safe way to reconnect with a loved one, to get a message home, or, to get to a place of safety; and that families are supported whilst they live with not knowing what has happened to…
  2. A Lifeline For Children And Families Forced Into Criminal Exploitation. We provide a national telephone based support service to those in crisis as a result of County Lines.  We support young people, families/carers and…
  3. Monday - Friday: 9.00am - 5.00pm
    5Diamond CourtNewcastle Upon TyneNE3 2EN
    0191 707 0033
    When a crisis strikes a family with children, its effects can be devastating. Many of us would turn to relatives and friends for support. However, some families can be really isolated with no such network to assist them. Safe Families for…
  4. We are SafeLives, the UK-wide charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse, for everyone and for good.   At SafeLives, we provide research, training and support to frontline domestic abuse services and professionals -  we are not a…
  5. Monday - Friday: 9.00am - 5.00pm
    Corvette House24 Falcon CourtPreston Farm Industrial EstateStockton-on-teesTS18 3TX
    01642 664440
    Safer Communities (formally Safe in Tees Valley) is an independent community safety partnership supporting partnership approaches to tackling crime, anti-social and safety issues in the North East. Established in 1996, we benefit…
  6. 01642 061230 0330 2230099
    A Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) is where victims of rape or sexual assault can receive immediate help and support 24/7, 365 days a year. Clients receive help and advice from a specially trained crisis worker who can offer support…
  7. 116 000
    Say Something is a new national service which allows young people to report child sexual exploitation through a free, 24/7 anonymous helpline. You can call or text Say Something on 116 000 email:
  8. The School Readiness team work with families who have children aged 0 – 5 years. They link with midwifery, health and other partners to ensure that expectant parents, parents/carers and children get the best support possible to improve a…
  9. See Related Links below for websites where youcan find information, advice and guidance on self harm.

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