National and regional hubs

In 2021, we announced our 10-year strategy to make the biggest impact we can to stop child abuse and neglect. 

Our local services are an essential part of how our three impact goals will be delivered. As part of this, we are excited to establish an NSPCC presence in every nation and English region. However, our work will not be limited to these towns and cities. This new network instead enables us to embed ourselves in every community.

By having a presence in every English region and devolved nation, we can work better with children, young people, families and partners in communities. Our grounding in communities will support our policy research and influencing at a local and national level.

Our regional hubs bring together our work in schools, local campaigning and our direct services. They give us a presence in every English region and devolved nation, meaning we can make the biggest impact on the lives of children.

London and South East

Alexandra Ciardi House
7-8 Greenland Place
Camden
London 
NW1 0AP

Tel: 020 3772 9905

If you would like to make a referral for one of our services or discuss whether a service would be suitable for someone, please contact us on the number above and one of our team will be able to discuss suitability, the referral process, and the information we may require.

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART), InCtrl, Letting the Future InThe Lighthouse, The London Infant Family Team (LIFT)The National Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (NCATS).

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) is a face to face group work programme that helps children and mothers get back on track after experiencing domestic abuse. Over 10 weeks, mothers and children aged seven to 14 meet to explore their experiences, learn coping strategies and rebuild their individual parent-child relationships. We accept referrals from professionals and mothers across the Greater London area.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using face to face group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse. The programme lasts up to 9 weeks and can be delivered on a one-to-one basis if group work is unsuitable for the child and they require additional support. We accept referrals from schools, other professionals and parents/carers across the Greater London area.

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings as well as talking. The service also includes direct work with parents/carers and siblings who may also need help and support. The programme of weekly therapeutic sessions takes around 9 months to complete and we accept referrals from professionals and parents/carers across the Greater London area.

The Lighthouse provides support to children and young people who have experienced sexual abuse to help them recover. Find out more on The Lighthouse website.

The London Infant Family Team (LIFT) is a service that helps social workers and judges in London decide whether a child should stay with their birth family or enter care permanently. Moving in and out of care is very disruptive and can have long-term effects on a child’s mental health. But some effects can be prevented if they’re placed in a secure, loving home early in life.

The National Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (NCATS) works with children and young people at risk of harming other children sexually. We run this service because children and young people with harmful sexual behaviour (HSB) harm themselves and others. Those who develop HSB have usually experienced abuse and neglect themselves. Depending on the results of the assessment, we might recommend treatment or care that works with the young person on their own, or with the family.

Midlands

1 Cranmer Street
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG3 4GH

Tel: 0115 960 5481

If you would like to make a referral for one of our services or discuss whether a service would be suitable for someone, please contact us on the number above and one of our team will be able to discuss suitability, the referral process, and the information we may require.

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART), InCtrl, Pregnancy in Mind.

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) is a face to face group work programme that helps children and mothers get back on track after experiencing domestic abuse. Over 10 weeks, mothers and children aged seven to 14 meet to explore their experiences, learn coping strategies and rebuild their individual parent-child relationships. We accept referrals from professionals and mothers across Nottinghamshire.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using face to face group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse. The programme lasts up to 9 weeks and can be delivered on a one-to-one basis if group work is unsuitable for the child and they require additional support. We accept referrals from schools, other professionals and parents/carers across Nottinghamshire.

Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service that helps support expectant parents who have or are at risk of mild to moderate anxiety or depression. It uses a range of approaches including mindfulness, active relaxation and peer support. Expectant parents can be referred between 12- and 26-weeks into pregnancy. The service consists of 8 weekly group work sessions that are usually delivered virtually but can be delivered face to face in some instances. We accept referrals from professionals and parents to be from across the Midlands.

213 Basford Park Road
Newcastle-under-Lyme
Staffordshire
ST5 0PG

Tel: 01782 958 100

InCtrl, Letting the Future InTogether for Childhood.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse.

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings they can’t put into words.

Together for Childhood is a long-term project working with the community in Stoke-on-Trent to make it safer for children. It takes the best of what social care, schools, health, voluntary and community groups, police and the NSPCC are already doing to prevent child sexual abuse.

North East and Yorkshire

Freshney Green Primary Care Centre
Sorrel Road
Grimsby
North East Lincolnshire
DN34 4GB

Tel: 01472 803 500

Together for Childhood.

Together for Childhood is a long-term project working with the community in Grimsby to make it safer for children. It takes the best of what social care, schools, health, voluntary and community groups, police and the NSPCC are already doing to prevent child abuse and neglect.

St. John's Offices
Albion Street
Leeds
LS2 8LQ

Tel: 0127 438 1440

If you would like to make a referral for one of our services or discuss whether a service would be suitable for someone, please contact us on the number above and one of our team will be able to discuss suitability, the referral process, and the information we may require.

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART), InCtrl, Pregnancy in Mind, Letting the Future In

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) is a face to face group work programme that helps children and mothers get back on track after experiencing domestic abuse. Over 10 weeks, mothers and children aged seven to 14 meet to explore their experiences, learn coping strategies and rebuild their individual parent-child relationships. We can accept referrals from professionals and mothers from Leeds.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using face to face group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse. The programme lasts up to 9 weeks and can be delivered on a one-to-one basis if group work is unsuitable for the child and they require additional support. We accept referrals from schools, other professionals and parents/carers across Yorkshire.

Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service that helps support expectant parents who have or are at risk of mild to moderate anxiety or depression. It uses a range of approaches including mindfulness, active relaxation and peer support. Expectant parents can be referred between 12- and 26-weeks into pregnancy. The service consists of 8 weekly group work sessions that are usually delivered virtually but can be delivered face to face in some instances. We accept referrals from professionals and parents to be across the Newcastle & West Yorkshire. We would be happy to discuss the potential for delivering Pregnancy in Mind in other parts of the North East, Yorkshire and the Humber.

Letting the Future In:

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings as well as talking. The service also includes direct work with parents/carers and siblings who may also need help and support. The programme of weekly therapeutic sessions takes around 9 months to complete and we accept referrals from professionals and parents/carers across Leeds and surrounding areas.

Northern Ireland

Jennymount Business Park
North Derby Street
Belfast
Antrim
BT15 3HN

Tel: 028 2044 1650

If you would like to make a referral for one of our services or discuss whether a service would be suitable for someone, please contact us on the number above and one of our team will be able to discuss suitability, the referral process, and the information we may require.

In CtrlLetting the Future In, Pregnancy in Mind, Young Witness Service.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using face to face group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse. The programme lasts up to 9 weeks and can be delivered on a one-to-one basis if group work is unsuitable for the child and they require additional support. We accept referrals from schools, other professionals and parents/carers across Northern Ireland. Contact us to see if we are currently providing the service in your area.

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings as well as talking. The service also includes direct work with parents/carers and siblings who may also need help and support. The programme of weekly therapeutic sessions takes around 9 months to complete and we accept referrals from professionals and parents/carers within several trusts across Northern Ireland. Contact us to see if we are currently providing the service in your area.

Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service that helps support expectant parents who have or are at risk of mild to moderate anxiety or depression. It uses a range of approaches including mindfulness, active relaxation and peer support. Expectant parents can be referred between 12- and 26-weeks into pregnancy. The service consists of 8 weekly group work sessions that are usually delivered virtually but can be delivered face to face in some instances. We accept referrals from professionals and parents-to-be across Northern Ireland.

Being made to go to court can be very scary for a child. Our Young Witness Service supports young people who have to attend court as a witness. The service can reduce the stress they experience, prevent further trauma and help them give the best evidence they can.

Exchange House
1st Floor Queens Quay
Derry
BT48 7AS

Tel: 028 7131 2187

If you would like to make a referral for one of our services or discuss whether a service would be suitable for someone, please contact us on the number above and one of our team will be able to discuss suitability, the referral process, and the information we may require.

InCtrl, Letting the Future In, Pregnancy in Mind, Young Witness Service.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using face to face group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse. The programme lasts up to 9 weeks and can be delivered on a one-to-one basis if group work is unsuitable for the child and they require additional support. We accept referrals from schools, other professionals and parents/carers across Northern Ireland. Contact us to see if we are currently providing the service in your area.

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings as well as talking. The service also includes direct work with parents/carers and siblings who may also need help and support. The programme of weekly therapeutic sessions takes around 9 months to complete and we accept referrals from professionals and parents/carers within several trusts across Northern Ireland. Contact us to see if we are currently providing the service in your area.

Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service that helps support expectant parents who have or are at risk of mild to moderate anxiety or depression. It uses a range of approaches including mindfulness, active relaxation and peer support. Expectant parents can be referred between 12- and 26-weeks into pregnancy. The service consists of 8 weekly group work sessions that are usually delivered virtually but can be delivered face to face in some instances. We accept referrals from professionals and parents-to-be across Northern Ireland.

Being made to go to court can be very scary for a child. Our Young Witness Service supports young people who have to attend court as a witness. The service can reduce the stress they experience, prevent further trauma and help them give the best evidence they can.

North West

Hargreaves Centre
112 Great Homer Street
Liverpool 
Merseyside
L5 3LQ

Tel: 0151 556 1000

If you would like to make a referral for one of our services or discuss whether a service would be suitable for someone, please contact us on the number above and one of our team will be able to discuss suitability, the referral process, and the information we may require.

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART), InCtrl, Letting the Future InPregnancy in Mind.

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) is a face to face group work programme that helps children and mothers get back on track after experiencing domestic abuse. Over 10 weeks, mothers and children aged seven to 14 meet to explore their experiences, learn coping strategies and rebuild their individual parent-child relationships. We accept referrals from professionals and mothers across Merseyside.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using face to face group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse. The programme lasts up to 9 weeks and can be delivered on a one-to-one basis if group work is unsuitable for the child and they require additional support. We accept referrals from schools, other professionals and parents/carers across Merseyside.

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings as well as talking. The service also includes direct work with parents/carers and siblings who may also need help and support. The programme of weekly therapeutic sessions takes around 9 months to complete and we accept referrals from professionals and parents/carers across Merseyside.

Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service that helps support expectant parents who have or are at risk of mild to moderate anxiety or depression. It uses a range of approaches including mindfulness, active relaxation and peer support. Expectant parents can be referred between 12- and 26-weeks into pregnancy. The service consists of 8 weekly group work sessions that are usually delivered virtually but can be delivered face to face in some instances. We accept referrals from professionals and parents to be across the North West.

Scotland

Pavilion 2 Rowan Business Park
Ardlaw Street
Glasgow
Lanarkshire
G51 3RR

Tel: 0141 440 6300

The Glasgow Infant Family Team (GIFT)Together for Childhood.

The Glasgow Infant Family Team (GIFT) is a service that helps social workers and judges in Glasgow decide whether a child should stay with their birth family or enter care permanently. Moving in and out of care is very disruptive and can have long-term effects on a child’s mental health. But some effects can be prevented if they’re placed in a secure, loving home early in life.

Together for Childhood is a long-term project working with the community in Govan to make it safer for children. It takes the best of what social care, schools, health, voluntary and community groups, police and the NSPCC are already doing to prevent child abuse and neglect.

South West and Channel Islands

The Gower Centre
42-44 Stopford Road
St Helier
Jersey
JE2 4LZ

Tel: 01534 760 800

Letting the Future In, Pregnancy in Mind.

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings they can’t put into words.

Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service that helps support expectant parents who have or are at risk of mild to moderate anxiety or depression. It uses a range of approaches including mindfulness, active relaxation and peer support. Expectant parents can be referred between 12- and 26-weeks into pregnancy. The service consists of 8 weekly group work sessions that are usually delivered virtually but can be delivered face to face in some instances.

Brunswick House
1 Brunswick Road, Cattedown
Plymouth
Devon 
PL4 0NP

Tel: 01752 422 577

InCtrl, Letting the Future In, Together for Childhood.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse.

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings they can’t put into words.

Together for Childhood is a long-term project working with the community in Ernesettle to make it safer for children. It takes the best of what social care, schools, health, voluntary and community groups, police and the NSPCC are already doing to prevent child sexual abuse.

5 Little London Court
Albert Street
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN1 3HY 

Tel: 01793 683 100

If you would like to make a referral for one of our services or discuss whether a service would be suitable for someone, please contact us on the number above and one of our team will be able to discuss suitability, the referral process, and the information we may require.

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART), InCtrl, Letting the Future InPregnancy in Mind.

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) is a face to face group work programme that helps children and mothers get back on track after experiencing domestic abuse. Over 10 weeks, mothers and children aged seven to 14 meet to explore their experiences, learn coping strategies and rebuild their individual parent-child relationships. We accept referrals from professionals and mothers across Swindon & Wiltshire.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using face to face group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse. The programme lasts up to 9 weeks and can be delivered on a one-to-one basis if group work is unsuitable for the child and they require additional support. We accept referrals from schools, other professionals and parents/carers across Swindon & Wiltshire.

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings as well as talking. The service also includes direct work with parents/carers and siblings who may also need help and support. The programme of weekly therapeutic sessions takes around 9 months to complete and we accept referrals from professionals and parents/carers across Swindon and Wiltshire.

Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service that helps support expectant parents who have or are at risk of mild to moderate anxiety or depression. It uses a range of approaches including mindfulness, active relaxation and peer support. Expectant parents can be referred between 12- and 26-weeks into pregnancy. The service consists of 8 weekly group work sessions that are usually delivered virtually but can be delivered face to face in some instances. We accept referrals from professionals and parents to be across the South West and Channel Islands.

Wales

Diane Englehardt House
Treglown Court
Cardiff
Glamorganshire
CF24 5LQ

Tel: 02920 108 080

If you would like to make a referral for one of our services or discuss whether a service would be suitable for someone, please contact us on the number above and one of our team will be able to discuss suitability, the referral process, and the information we may require.

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART), In CtrlPregnancy in Mind, Letting the Future In

Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) is a face to face group work programme that helps children and mothers get back on track after experiencing domestic abuse. Over 10 weeks, mothers and children aged seven to 14 meet to explore their experiences, learn coping strategies and rebuild their individual parent-child relationships. We accept referrals from professionals and mothers across Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan and surrounding areas.

InCtrl helps to build young people’s understanding of the risks and benefits of the internet. We work with children aged 9 to 13, using face to face group sessions to build online resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. We also encourage parents and carers to get involved, to help protect their children from online abuse. The programme lasts up to 9 weeks and can be delivered on a one-to-one basis if group work is unsuitable for the child and they require additional support. We accept referrals from schools, other professionals and parents/carers across Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan and surrounding areas.

Pregnancy in Mind is a preventative mental health service that helps support expectant parents who have or are at risk of mild to moderate anxiety or depression. It uses a range of approaches including mindfulness, active relaxation and peer support. Expectant parents can be referred between 12- and 26-weeks into pregnancy. The service consists of 8 weekly group work sessions that are usually delivered virtually but can be delivered face to face in some instances. We accept referrals from professionals and parents to be across the Wales.

Letting the Future In:

Through Letting the Future In, we support children and young people, aged 4 to 17, to rebuild their lives after experiencing sexual abuse. Practitioners work with children in safe therapeutic spaces, doing things like messy play, writing, storytelling and art to help them express feelings as well as talking. The service also includes direct work with parents/carers and siblings who may also need help and support. The programme of weekly therapeutic sessions takes around 9 months to complete and we accept referrals from professionals and parents/carers across South Wales.