Help for you
Here are some links to other organisations offering help and support
This is a website for children and young people offering advice and information. It is run by The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre.
A site that provides help, information and support for children and young people - whether you are currently living with violence, you have experienced violence in the past or if you know someone else going through it and you are looking for help and information. The site includes lots of information to explain what domestic violence is, how it affects you and where you can go for more help.
Rape Crisis offer a strictly confidential advice and counselling service, and will listen if you just want to talk to someone.
The Funky Blue Smurfs is an advocacy group for children with disabilities.
The Anti-Bullying Network gives information on what can be done about bullying.
Lots of information and links on what to do about bullying
Includes advice on keeping kids safe when using the internet, cyberbullying, online predators and social media.
Kidscape can advise you on any issue to do with bullying.
Childline provides a free confidential phone counselling service for any child with any problem 24 hours a day every day. Children and young people can also visit the website where they can have a 1-2-1 chat with a counsellor, send an e-mail, post messages and get lots of advice and information on any issues. The free help line is 0800 11 11.
The Aberlour Trust provides a range of services for children and young people.
Barnardo's offers a range of services for children and young people.
bfriends volunteers provide friendship and support to children and young people who are experiencing difficulties at home, at school or in the community.
The Children's Parliament is a national network of groups of children talking about issues that affect them.
The Young Scot website has information on lots of issues for young people.
If you have been asked to be a witness in court, this website will help you. The website tells you about going to court and being a witness.
UK resource for interesting features and practical advice on working with children.
I CAN works to support the development of speech, language and communication skills in all children with a special focus on those who find this hard.