We are aware that this research may raise issues which you might like further advice and support about. This information leaflet provides you with some services which you may find useful. You can also contact a member of the Op Divan team or other agencies you are working with as part of the Op Divan programme.
Please be aware that not all of these are free phone numbers, and some may cost more than a local call from some landlines and mobiles. If you are unable to call, some services also offer other ways to get help, like chatting online.
Call 999 if you are in an emergency. For non-urgent calls where you still want to speak to the police, please call 101.
Childline is a free counselling service for children and young people 18 or under that provides advice and support.
The Samaritans run a free and confidential helpline that supports people of all ages to talk through their problems.
Supporting Victims in North Yorkshire
Supporting Victims provides help to those who have or think they have been a victim of a crime.
- Call 01609 643100 (Monday-Friday, 8am to 6pm)
- Find out about victim support services in North Yorkshire at www.supportingvictims.org
Victim Support provides confidential support and information through a free helpline to anyone in England and Wales that has been affected by crime, regardless of whether the crime has been reported or how long ago it took place.
Civil Legal Advice (CLA)
The CLA provides free and confidential legal advice in England and Wales if you are eligible for legal aid.
Law Centres defend the legal rights of people who may not be able to afford a lawyer. Find out where your local Law Centre is at www.lawcentres.org.uk
Fearless is a service where you can access information and advice about crime and criminality. You can pass on information about crime 100% anonymously. This means you don't have to give any personal details.
Crimestoppers is a charity that gives people the power to speak up and stop crime, 100% anonymously.
Talk to Frank
Talk to Frank offers advice about drugs and alcohol.
Young Minds helps young people to get the best possible mental health support and have the resilience to overcome life’s difficulties.
NatCen Social Research
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