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Alcohol, drugs and parenting
Support for parents or carers who are concerned about their alcohol or drug use.
Talking about drugs and alcohol
If you're worried about underage drinking or drug use, we've got information about the law and advice to keep your children safe and aware of the risks.
Children and drugs
Information and advice for speaking to children about drugs and making sure they're aware of the law and the risks.
NSPCC Northern Ireland response to the Department of Health pre-consultation on a successor strategy to the New Strategic Direction on Alcohol and Drugs Phase 2
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Our submission in response to the Department of Health pre-consultation on a successor strategy to the New Strategic Direction on Alcohol and Drugs Phase 2
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to the inquiry into alcohol and substance misuse
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Our submission in response to the inquiry into alcohol and substance misuse in January 2015.
NSPCC Scotland response to the Health and Sport Committee consideration of the Alcohol (Minimum Pricing) (Scotland) Bill
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Our submission in response to the Health and Sport Committee consideration of the Alcohol (Minimum Pricing) (Scotland) Bill in December 2011.
Depression, anxiety and mental health
If you're worried a child may be struggling with their mental health, or is experiencing depression, or anxiety around coronavirus (COVID-19), we've got advice to help you support them.
Support for parents
Parenting tips and support for dealing with difficult situations.
Keeping children safe
We can help you keep your child safe. Read advice and support for parents on children’s mental health, staying safe online and what to do if you’re worried about a child.
Child sexual exploitation
If you're worried about sexual exploitation, we have information and advice to protect and help children and young people.
If you were abused in childhood, you may be struggling with difficult feelings and unwanted memories. We've got information and advice to help.
Moving out is a part of growing up. We have advice about the laws that keep children safe and the support available for young people who move out.
NSPCC Scotland response to 'Shifting the culture': a Member’s Bill consultation by Dr Richard Simpson MSP and Graeme Pearson MSP
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Our submission in response to 'Shifting the culture': a Member’s Bill consultation by Dr Richard Simpson MSP and Graeme Pearson MSP in June 2012.
If you're worried about physical abuse, we have information and advice to help you feel confident in taking the next steps to keep children and young people safe.
Neglect can be hard to spot. We've got advice on the types and signs of neglect and what you can do if you’re worried about a child.
New report shows scale of abuse against teenagers
25 August 2020 / News
For the first time, our ‘How safe are our children? report has looked at the scale of abuse against teenagers, and highlights their heightened risk of experiencing physical and sexual abuse offences compared with younger children.
Calls to NSPCC about children living in violent homes rise by over 50% as we urge government to support all children
25 January 2021 / News
NSPCC helpline staff have recorded a 53% rise in the number of contacts from adults worried about children living with domestic abuse.
It can be hard to know what emotional abuse is. We’ve got advice on the signs, effects and how to report it.
Effects of child abuse
Abuse can derail a child’s development. But together, we can change that.
How to talk to children and teens about alcohol and make sure they know the risks.
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