Agencies

Latest Food Bank List  – Please refer to the list for the latest list of food banks available for all

ACT Early – Prevent Radicalisation

Tackling Child Abuse – Together we can tackle child abuse

SOS – Save our Spoons – Formerly CAMHS online Parent Support Group

PEG SupportSupporting Parents and Professionals with child to parent abuse

SOBS – Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS).  SOBS runs support groups all over the UK and also has a helpline service that you can call on 0300 111 5065 for support.

Cruse Bereavement Care –  Is an organisation who runs a support helpline that you can call on 0808 808 1677.

Maggie Oliver Foundation – Helping Survivors of abuse move on

NSPCC – Every childhood is worth fighting for

Childline – on line, on the phone, anytime

Media Use Report – Children and Parents: media use and attitudes report 2022

Kayleigh’s love story – Leicester Police, Kayleigh’s Love Story is a film about aspects of the last 13 days of the life of 15-year-old Kayleigh Haywood.

Think U Know – Thinkuknow is the education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP

PACE –  Pace is the leading national charity working with parents, carers and children

It’s not Okay

  • Raise awareness of child sexual exploitation
  • Help people recognise the signs
  • Encourage people to report it
  • Provide support to victims and those most at risk

See me, Hear me  – West Midlands partnership site raising awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) providing help, advice and encouraging reporting.

Young people in Stoke-on-Trent can text 07520 615723 to use the service or 07520 615721 if they are elsewhere in Staffordshire. For parents the number to text is 07520 615722.

BBC Bite Size – The BBC Bitesize pages.

OpenClinic – Sexual Health services in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin.  Telephone 0808 178 0955

SENDIASSprovide an impartial and confidential service on matters relating to a child or young person’s special educational needs or disability from birth to 25 years.

My Maths – Bringing Maths Alive.

School Food Trust – Our vision is that all children are able to have the balanced diet, cooking skills and food education that will help them reach their full potential.

Stafford County Council – your local council.

Katharine House Hospice – Bailey Street supports this local charity on a regular basis.

Stoke on Trent Community Drug & Alcohol Service (CDAS) 01782 221090 referrals@sotcdas.org.uk

T3 stars Covering all areas of Staffordshire; Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Staffordshire Moorlands, Stafford & Stone, Rugeley, Cannock & Burntwood, East Staffordshire & South Staffordshire but excluding Stoke-on-Trent. Suite 1, 7-8 Mill Street, Stafford ST162AJ 01785 241393 t3stars.stafford@humankindcharity.org.uk

Talk to FRANK – 0300 1236600. For referrals: Staffordshire County Council’s First Response Service 0800 1313 126 (Mon – Thurs 8:30am to 5:00pm and Fri 8:30am – 4:30pm) 0845 6042 886 (emergency duty service out of hours)

Children’s Advice and Duty Service (ChAD) – (Stoke-on-Trent) 01782 235100 (Mon – Fri 8:30am – 6pm) 01782 234234 (emergency out of hours team) ChAD.referral@stoke.gov.uk

County Lines – it’s happening in Your area? Your street? Your Home? – click here for more info.

Catch22 – Is a social business, a not for profit business with a social mission. For over 200 years we have designed and delivered services that build resilience and aspiration in people and communities.

Missing from home or care services identify reasons for young people running away and provide support. Our services also prevent or stop child exploitation, raise awareness amongst young people and provide training for professionals, parents and carers. Gangs and Violence Reduction – Catch22 works nationally to address the multiple and complex issues that can lead to gang involvement. People engage best with a service that operates flexibly, so we offer a responsive and needs-led service, focusing not on the behaviour but its cause.

YOUTH JUSTICEOur services cover the spectrum of youth justice, from crime diversion and prevention through to intensive supervision and surveillance and reparation. We aim to prevent first-time entrance into the criminal justice system, intervene when young people have committed an offence.

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