Turn the Page Referrals

Turn the Page is open to boys and girls aged 5 to 17 years old with evidence of harmful sexual behaviour and safeguarding issues.

Any outstanding criminal proceedings must have been addressed.

Before we start, we make an assessment with the child or young person to determine their needs and suitability. If the young person has already been assessed in this way, you can supply the assessment to us.

How to get help from NSPCC services

Sometimes you may be referred to one of our services by someone who already helps you, like a midwife, social worker, teacher or children's centre worker. You can join some of our services yourself, simply by contacting us to see if a place is available.

If you think a service that is available in your area might help you and your family, get in touch to find out more.

Where Turn the Page is available

Bradford

01274 381 440

Cardiff

02920 108080

Carlisle

01228 521 829

Coventry

0247 622 2456

Craigavon

028 2044 1690

Grimsby

01472 803 500

Ipswich

01473 234850

Manchester

0161 200 1850

Newcastle upon Tyne

0191 227 5300

Newcastle-under-Lyme

01782 958100

Plymouth

01752 422577

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