Botesdale Health Centre
Botesdale Health Centre Botesdale Diss Norfolk IP22 1DW
Tel: 01379 898295
Fax: 01379 890477
Out of Hours: 111

Remember that NHS services are still providing the same safe care for children. Here is some advice:  https://bit.ly/2Sg6iNR

Are you concerned about domestic abuse during this time?  Access help here when it is safe to do so.  https://bit.ly/3bWAxRG


Safeguarding Contacts

All existing sources of support (below) remain open and able to provide support during the Covid-19 pandemic;

Customer First
0808 800 4005 (for children)
0800 917 1109 (for adults)

Local Authority Designated Officers
Can be contacted via email on LADO@suffolk.gov.uk
or using the LADO central telephone number 0300 123 2044 for advice and consultation.

The Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU)
www.thecpsu.org.uk
0116 366 5580
email: cpsu@nspcc.org.uk

SAFE CIC
http://www.safecic.co.uk/
01379 871091

Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership
www.suffolkscb.org.uk
08456 066067

NSPCC Helpline
www.nspcc.org.uk
0808 800 5000

Childline - 18 or under?
Childline offers free, confidential advice and support whatever your worry, whenever you need help
www.childline.org.uk/info-advice/you-your-body/my-body/sport-exercise/
0800 1111
***Childline is for Children only and is a free, private and confidential service where you can talk about anything. Important update: Because of the coronavirus, Childline have had to make some changes to how Childline works. For now, you can only speak to a Childline counsellor online or on the phone from 9am – midnight.***

CEOP - reporting and resources around concerns about online sexual abuse
https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

Ann Craft Trust - Adults at Risk
https://www.anncrafttrust.org/safeguarding-and-the-coronavirus-info-tips-and-resources/

Now that we're in lockdown, sadly home is more dangerous than ever for some children. That's why we're supporting the NSPCC who are still here if you need advice or support, or you're worried about a child or young person.

Please watch the short video below and if you are concerned about a child, please call their helpline on 0808 800 5000 or email help@nspcc.org.uk

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