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Continue the fight in Scotland. Every voice makes us stronger.

We have written to your MP to raise these issues in Westminster.

However, as health and social care are devolved matters, It's Time will be campaigning to influence the Scottish Parliament on these issues.

We'll be in touch later in the year with details of how you can be involved in campaign activities in Scotland.

Thank you once again for standing up on behalf of children who have been abused. The more support we get, the stronger our case to Government.

How this affects young people

Getting the right support early is vital if children are to recover from abuse

Government must increase the number of vital services that can help children move forward towards the future they deserve, writes Peter Wanless.
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96% say support for children after abuse "inadequate"

We're launching a new campaign, It’s time, to demand that every child receives essential support they need after abuse.
Read more about our survey

It’s Time: campaign report

Why we’re campaigning for every child who has experienced abuse to receive the support they need.
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We’re more than just a number

Our young experts: After abuse your mind can become like a prison. You always see the same walls and the same things prevent you from moving on.
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Mental health issues are a risk facing children who have been abused

Effects of child abuse and neglect can have a profound impact on children and young people who don't receive the right support, says Children’s Services practitioner June Cousins.
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Mental health reforms failing children who've been abused

Our research shows that government reforms to children’s mental health services are paying little attention to improving support for children who have been abused or neglected.
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Mental health problems most common reason to contact ChildLine

1 in 3 contacts to ChildLine featured a mental health concern last year.
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Tia's story

Tia's life changed when she was sexually abused by her father.
Hear Tia's story

Jamie's story

Jamie shares his story about how he finally got help and support after he was sexually assaulted at school.
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Other ways to support It's Time

It's Time to demand change

Right now, the government isn't counting the number of children who've been abused and need support. But we can demand that all children are counted.

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Help fund our mental health research

Right now, we're doing lots of research on the effects of abuse on infant mental health and brain development. But we can't do this without your help.

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Volunteering for NSPCC and Childline

Join the fight for every childhood through one of our volunteering opportunities.
Volunteering for NSPCC and Childline