Worried about someone?
If you are worried about someone, tell them what's worrying you. If you think they may be getting into trouble, be prepared to listen and let them know you'll be there for them.
You could be worried that someone has been harmed, may be pregnant, taking drugs or having family difficulties. Don't try to handle serious problems by yourself. There are clinics, telephone and email advice lines that give professional advice and assistance. Many of these services are confidential and you won't have to give them your name.
Check out some of the featured links on the right for people who can help.
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A Youth Support Centre near you
People who can help when you need it most
Information and advice about drugs
confidential non-judgemental emotional support, 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide