I think my child is being abused

If you think child is being abused, you must act. As a parent, you have a legal duty to keep your child safe.

Even if you’re not sure, you should tell someone about your concerns.

The NSPCC offers help and support with trained counsellors who can talk through your worries and give you the advice you need.

Call NSPCC 0808 800 5000 Monday to Friday 8am­–10pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am­–6pm, or get in touch online or by email [email protected] at any time.

You don’t have to give your name or details if you don’t want to.

The NSPCC also has detailed information about different types of child abuse, how to spot the signs of abuse and how abuse might be affecting your child.

Can we help you with anything else?

Get in touch on [email protected]