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-7pm Fridays. Trained staff can also provide help by email on firstname.lastname@example.org, with a response in 48 hours.
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Stop it Now! Helpline
This is a confidential, freephone helpline and email service for adults worried about the sexual behaviour of people they know towards children, including parents and carers worried about the sexual behaviour of their children. Callers access help, advice, information and support.
The helpline also engages with those worried about their own sexual thoughts or behaviour towards children as well as with professionals needing help with difficult cases.
The helpline operates from 9am-9pm Monday-Thursday and from 9am-7pm on Friday.
If you prefer to use e-mail, you can contact Stop! help and advice at the address below: email@example.com E-mails received at this address are anonymised to preserve confidentiality.
Please see confidentiality statement (below) before contacting us. Please be aware that e-mails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or any related Stop it Now! email address are not confidential.
The Stop it Now! UK and Ireland telephone helpline offers a confidential service for people seeking advice and support. This means that when contacting the helpline you do not have to give any identifying information such as address, telephone number or last name.
However if you do give identifying information and the call handler is concerned that a child is at risk or a criminal offence has been committed which the police may not be aware of, they will have to pass on that information to the appropriate agencies.
More information can also be found on www.stopitnow.org.uk.
The Stop it Now! Helpline is funded by the Public Protection and Mental Health Group in the National Offender Management Service of the Ministry of Justice, Lucy Faithfull Foundation, charitable trusts and donors.
We are becoming increasingly reliant on support from donors. To find out more about how you can support us in our fight to protect children, visit us here.