If our lines are closed or busy call the 24-hour National Helpline on FREEPHONE 0800 027 1234

Children and Young People’s Support

Children and Young People

We will…

  • Listen if you want to talk
  • Believe what you tell us
  • Understand your situation
  • Organise activities so you can have some fun
  • Help your mum and keep her safe
  • Give you and your mum a safe place to stay if you need it
We can
  • Arrange confidential support at your school
  • Help you work out difficult feelings and emotions
  • Help you meet with other young people who have similar experiences
  • Meet you as a one off,  weekly, fortnightly or whatever is helpful
Here are some links you might find helpful
Guidance and information on the law and your rights:
How to contact Edinburgh Women’s Aid

To talk to a friendly person who knows what you’re going through and can give you advice, call Edinburgh Women’s Aid on 0131 315 8116 or email us on info@edinwomensaid.co.uk



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