If you are in immediate danger call the police on 999.
If you, a friend or someone you know is being hurt, treated in a way that makes you feel scared or unsafe, or you feel very alone or unhappy, please tell someone about it so they can try to help you. Talk to someone you can trust, like a teacher or a nurse at your school. They will listen to you and support you, and talk through what can be done to help sort things out.
Other places you can contact –
- you can call Childline for free on 0800 1111. Calls are confidential and won’t appear on the phone bill, or you can visit Childline (link opens in a new window)
- for local help and support you can call the Early Help and Safeguarding Hub on 01482 448 879 to speak to a trained social worker.
- help is available outside office hours (Monday – Thursday 5pm – 8am, Friday 4.30pm – Monday 8am) by calling the Immediate Help Team on 01482 300 304
- for information about staying safe online you can visit CEOP’s website thinkuknow (link opens in a new window)
For further information and useful links, please visit our partner’s websites –
If you have any safeguarding concerns about an adult please visit the Safeguarding Adults Hull website (link opens in a new window)
Other websites which may be of interest include:
- Hull Connect to Support
- The Local Offer
- The Hull Learning Partnership
- Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)
- How are you Feeling?
- Hull Women’s Aid
If you are concerned you or a friend may be in an abusive relationship, there are some guides available which offer help and where you can go for further support.