Worried about a child?
If you think a child is in immediate danger, contact the police on 999.
If you're worried about a child but they are not in immediate danger, you should share your concerns.
- Contact the NSPCC Helpline call 0808 800 5000, email email@example.com or submit an online form.
- Contact your local child protection services. Contact details can be found on the website for the local authority the child lives in.
To speak to someone about our training, online learning, conferences, events, consultancy services or our self-assessment tool, please get in contact using the details below. Our team are on duty between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.
Library and Information Service
Contact the Library and Information Service if you need help with your research or literature search or if you want to know more about our Library database and the National Collection of Case Reviews.
Contact the Schools Service if you have a question about our safeguarding programme, Speak out Stay safe, or if you want to discuss an existing request.
Want to discuss a potential campaign or initiative that helps protect children and young people from abuse and neglect in your local area? Get in touch with the Local Campaigns team to find out more about how we can help.
Scale Up Unit
Looking to adopt one of the NSPCC's services in your local area? Send an enquiry to the Scale Up team to learn more about our support packages.
Services for children and families
We work directly with children and families either in their homes or at our local service centres across the UK and Channel Islands.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or use the contact details below to contact specific services:
Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART)
Together for Childhood
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Find out how to make a complaint via the main NSPCC website.