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Student Support Links

Student Support: Social Media Cyber BullyingStudent Support: Social Media Advice - Cyber Bullying

Student Support: Social Media - SextingStudent Support: Social Media Advice - Sexting

 

The Fearnswww.theferns-suffolk.org.uk - A  Sexual Offenses Referral Centre in Suffolk, a place where both sexes can seek confidential advice and support.  The Fearns information leaflet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suffolk Young People's Health Projectwww.4yp.org.uk - Suffolk Young People's Health Project (also known as 4YP) provides and co-ordinates services that improve the social, emotional, and physical health and well being of 12-25 year old's in Suffolk.

 

 

 

NHS Suffolk Wellbeingwww.readytochange.org.uk - To learn new ways to cope and to take the first steps to better well being

                                                 

 

Childlinewww.childline.org.uk - comfort, advice and protection for any child or young person with any problem. Telephone 0800 1111

 

 

CEOPhttp://www.ceop.police.uk - Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

 

 

Change4Lifewww.nhs.uk/Change4Life - Change for Life

 

 

 

Healthy Suffolkwww.healthysuffolk.org.uk - Health & Well-Being in Suffolk.  From the latest news and developments to information about services in your area, this is your one stop shop for everything health and wellbeing related in Suffolk.

 

 

The Sourcewww.thesource.me.uk - Information and advice for young people in Suffolk.

 

Get Connectedhttp://www.getconnected.org.uk - support for young people to find the best help, whatever the problem. Telephone (helpline for young people): 0808 808 4994

 

       

 

Suffolk Young CarersSuffolk Young Carers - Suport and advice for carers aged 9 - 15

    

 

Young Mindswww.youngminds.org.uk - an excellent website with help and information plus a free online magazine.

  

 

Cruse Bereavement Carewww.crusebereavementcare.org.uk - provides counselling and support for young people coping with grief and loss.  They have a Young Person’s Helpline (0808 808 1677)

 

 

 

RD4Uwww.rd4u.org.uk - this is a website designed for young people for young people to support people after the death of someone close.  You can email a trained volunteer for help or phone the free helpline on 0808 808 1677

 

KidScapewww.kidscape.org.uk - help for young people who are being bullied.  The website includes a section for young people and also parents, schools and others.

 

 

The Hideouthttp://www.thehideout.org.uk - provides help and support for children and young people who are living with domestic violence.

 

 

Action for Childrenwww.itsnotyourfault.org - this website offers practical information for children, young people and parents going through a family break-up.  It is run by the charity National Children's Homes.

 

 

Need2Knowwww.need2know.co.uk - has a range of information relevant for young people including health and relationships.

 

 

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