Government and NHS general advice about Coronavirus.
Covid-19 advice and tips for healthy relationships from Relate
Advice on how to handle arguments from Relate
Wellbeing and Mental Health.
Advice from Young Minds about keeping yourself safe while isolating
How teenagers can protect their mental health during coronavirus from Unicef
How children and families can stay safe during the Coronavirus from Cafcass (for those co-parenting and with child arrangement agreements in place)
Government advice about how to keep vulnerable children and young people safe during the Coronavirus
Domestic violence helplines and support.
Those in need of urgent police help can use the ‘silent solution’ by following these four steps…
- Dial 999.
- Listen to the questions.
- Respond by coughing or tapping the headset if they cannot easily speak.
- If prompted – press 55 – and they will be put through to the police.
The National Domestic Abuse helpline is available 24/7
Or call 0808 2000 247
Merseyside’s local support is called Worst Kept Secret.
Call on 0800 028 3398
Email on WKS@localsolutions.org.uk
Or chat online through the website: Merseyside's Worst Kept Secret website where you can talk online
Perpetrators of abuse worried about harming partners and families can also get help. The Respect phoneline is an anonymous and confidential helpline for men and women
Call 0808 8024040
Keeping children safe online.
Supporting parents to protect children’s safety online from thinkuknow
Advice about keeping children and young people safe online from getsafeonline.org
If you need to report an incident…
You can ring the police for non-emergencies by dialling 101
If it's an emergency ring 999.
Their website is: merseyside.police.uk
You can also DM Merseyside police on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MerPolCC/
DM them on Twitter: @MerPolCC
If you need advice and support, there are people you can call…
Give anonymous information.
For help and advice
Under 18? Contact