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If you want to ask a question or talk through any issues or concerns, call the Stop it Now! confidential, freephone helpline on 0808 1000 900.

The helpline is available from 9am-9pm Monday to Thursday and 9am-5pm Fridays. Alternatively you can contact us for help and advice via email at this address: help@stopitnow.org.uk, with a response in 48 hours.

Emails received at this address are anonymised to preserve confidentiality, but please do not include details such as telephone numbers as this would be classified as identifying information. Please see our confidentiality policy below.

Also note that emails may not be replied to immediately due to high demand for the service. We aim to respond to all emails within 3-5 working days. If you are looking for immediate help, please contact the Helpline by phone.

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Get the facts and pass them on!
There are many myths and stereotypes surrounding the sexual abuse of children that actually get in the way of protecting children. By browsing this site and learning the facts around child sexual abuse – as well as what practical steps you can take to protect children – you are helping to ensure a safe childhood for the children in your life. You can also pass these on to your family, friends and colleagues.

Start talking!
To prevent child sexual abuse we need to start talking about preventing it. The media is full of stories about children being harmed, normally by a stranger, and the stories are created after the abuse has taken place. The reality is that the abuser is more often known to the victim. Talk to your family, friends and colleagues about what you are doing to protect children and ask them to think about what they can do. Take some resources to your school, faith group or community centre to start a discussion.

Use online networks to spread the word!
If you have your own website, you could add a link to this site or if you use Facebook or Twitter you can post the link there. Tell all your contacts about your ideas for prevention and what you are doing to protect children from harm. Help motivate others to do the same.

Attend an event!
Over the course of 2011-2013, Stop it Now! England will be running and attending various community events across the country to get some of our important messages out to communities. When we have something planned - details will be posted on our events page. If you know of an event that we should be attending, please use the contact form on the Home Page and let us know!

Want to do more?
Perhaps you are a professional or volunteer who works with families or children and would like more information. The Stop it Now! UK and Ireland campaign can help those who are close to families and children. Visit www.stopitnow.org.uk for more information.
 
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