If you’re a child or young person, this page is for you! You can find out where to get help if you’re feeling scared, sad, unsafe, alone, or just need someone to talk to.

If you think you’re in danger right now, call 999.

Childline is one of the best places to get help. They give advice on lots of things, including school, friends, family, and staying safe online and in real life. You can also call their helpline on 0800 1111 or talk to a counsellor online if you’re worried or upset about something.

Your local council is legally required to help children and young people who need it. The illustrated guide to the children’s social care national framework helps you to understand what the council does and what they must do to help you.

Young Minds explains about mental health and emotional problems. You can also call them on 020 7089 5050 if you need help or someone to talk to.

YoungMinds Textline offers you free, 24/7 support by text. If you need someone to talk to about how you’re feeling, text YM to 85258.

Kooth is a site where you can talk about your problems and get help from real professionals who have lots of experience of working with children and young people.

Mental health

Drink and drugs

Crime and staying safe

Staying healthy

Exam stress

Thinkuknow gives you special advice, based on your age, about how to be safe online.

You can get help from the CBBC website about how to stay safe online and what to do if someone bullies you there.