Concerned about a child?

Birmingham Services:

  • Birmingham Children’s Trust: Helpline 01213031888
  • Report a child ‘at risk’
  • Self-referrals for support from parents for statutory intervention and family support
  • Birmingham Children’s Safeguarding Board: Information for parents and professionals on all aspects of safeguarding children. Referral process for children at risk and family support. Right Service Right time criteria

Family Support Services:

  • All Saints Youth Project: Provides support for families and Children. Parenting Courses aimed at teenagers, children with ADHD and young children. Counselling services. 1 to 1 mentoring support for adults and children. Youth and Community activities.
  • Sweet Project Birmingham: Parental and family support service

Birmingham Adolescent Mental Health Services:

All aspects of Mental Health advice and support.

Forward Thinking Birmingham

  • Access Centre: 030030099 Opening Hours 9am-5pm Monday-Friday
  • PAUSE Drop in Service. Open 7 days a week for 26 years and under

Young Minds – Mental Health Charity

  • Parent’s Helpline: 08088025544

Hopeline UK – Supporting the Prevention of Young Suicide

  • Helpline: 08000684141
  • Text 07786 209697

Samaritans – Support for Young People suffering from Depression. Support with Suicidal Thoughts.

  • Helpline UK: 116123

Childline – Support Service for Children.

  • Helpline: 08001111

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) – for men.

  • Helpline: Call 0800 58 58 58 – 5pm to midnight every day Visit the web chat page

BEAT – Eating Disorders Support Service

  • Helpline: 08088010677
  • Youthline: 08088010711

Self-Harm Support Services

Spurgeons Young Carers Children’s Charity

  • Helpline: 0121 638 0878

 ​​​Homegroup Young Carer’s Organisation

  • Helpline: 0121 380 4949

Help Harry Help Others Charity: organisation supporting young people caring for someone with Cancer.

  • Helpline: 0121 78305407

Online Safety Resources and Support Organisations

Kooth, from XenZone, is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people, accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop and free at the point of use.

Click below for upcoming events this summer from the hard working teams at Kooth.

What’s On In July With Kooth

Kooth Eventbrit Events

Childnet: Guidance and Information for Parents and Children




CEOP: National Crime Agency


Safer Internet Advice and Guidance Organisation


Police Schools Panel UK: Additional resources and information for parents on how to keep your children safe online. Topics include: sexting, Child Sexual Exploitation, Gang involvement, Knife Crime information.


Advice and Guidance on, Grooming, Child Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking

  • NSPCC:

  • Parents Against Child Exploitation:

  • Children’s Society:

  • Barnardo’s: