If you are concerned about the immediate safety of a child, please call 999
If you are concerned about a child being at risk of harm, please contact:
First Response on 0117 903 6444
or out of hours Emergency Duty Team on 01454 615 165
What is safeguarding children, and the types of abuse that children can experience.
Help is available for individuals who have been affected by rape, sexual assault or abuse at any time in their lives
Information and resources about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma.
Resources and support for children who are experiencing bullying and hate crime.
Any child or young person may be at risk of sexual exploitation, regardless of their family background or other circumstances. This includes boys and young men as well as girls and young women.
Where can I get support for a young person in Bristol?
Drugs and alcohol affect people's lives and the lives of those around them who care.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a term for procedures that intentionally change or cause injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons. FGM is illegal and harmful to the health and wellbeing of girls and women.
The Prevent agenda aims to intervene when someone is at risk of radicalisation. Read about violent extremism and radicalisation and how to report a concern.
Young Carers are children and young people who look after an adult who needs extra support
Youth services are the groups and organisations that work with children and young people across Bristol to provide fun activities and mentoring
More than 310,000 children in the UK are affected by parental offending every year. The imprisonment of a household member is seen as one of the ten adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) known to have a significant impact on children.
Domestic abuse is when people are fighting at home. This can be between parents or carers, or between children towards parents.
There are lots of reasons why people become homeless. Here are some of the services in Bristol that can help if you or a friend have nowhere safe to stay
Everyone needs to take care of their mental health. Some people need more support than others to stay on top of it and there are services in Bristol that can help.
Everyone's sexual health is important. There are services in Bristol that can help to keep you safe and protected from sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy.