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  1. Monday - Friday: day and evening visits arranged at family’s convenience
    East West CentreAyresome Green LaneMiddlesbroughTS1 5BA
    01642 819743 01642 820597
    All young people aged 18 years and under who go missing from home or care in Middlesbrough are referred to the service by the police and Wellbeing, Care & Learning. Barnardo's Missing from home service aims to undertake an initial…
  2. 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: 116000@missingpeople.org.uk
  3. LSCBs are responsible for collecting and analysing information about all the deaths of children and young people (up to the age of 18 years) in their area. This information will identify patterns and trends, enabling specific action,…
  4. 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…
  5. The Little Orange book contains advice and tips on how to manage common illnesses and problems that babies and young children often experience in the first 5 years of their lives.  It also has information on more serious conditions, what…
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  6. Advice & information on how to keep your child safe online. What issues could be affecting your children? Get to grips with what they may come across on the internet and how to get help if you need it. Find out what to do if you’re worried about…
  7. The Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) is an award-winning charity with a social purpose to inform, educate, safeguard young people against gaming and gambling harms. For more information visit their website.
  8. Being online is an important part of how young people ‘do’ relationships. Young people are using online spaces for their social and romantic lives. They told us that they would like their parents and carers to talk with them more about…

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