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National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children National Child Trafficking Advice and Information Line

(NSPCC National Child Trafficking Advice and Information Line)
Alexandra Ciardi House7-8, Greenland PlaceLondonNW1 0AP
Information and advice for anyone concerned about a child (up to age 18) who they think may have been moved across a border for the purpose of exploitation.
0800 800 5000 Fresh Start reception 020 7428 1500

Just for Kids Law

(JFK)
402 Harrow RoadLondonW9 2HU
Support, advocacy, advice and representation to children and young people in the criminal justice system, in community care or at risk from school exclusion. A not-for-profit organisation based within a solicitors' practice.
020 7266 7159 Fax: 020 7289 3161

Childline

(Including the Line for children living away from home)
LondonE1 6BR
Free, national helpline for children and young people. Provides a confidential telephone counselling service for any child with any problem 24 hours a day. Children can also write letters to the Freepost address. Trained counsellors provide support and advice and refer children in danger to…
0800 1111 (24 hour helpline), 0800 884444 (The Line) Fax: 020 7650 3201

Jewish Womens Aid

LondonN12 9ZE
Or Email: advice@jwa.org.uk. Support for Jewish women and their children affected by domestic violence. Emotional support and sign-posting to other sources of help, a freephone helpline, a kosher refuge, community outreach services, free professional counselling service and information on legal, housing, benefits and other areas.…
0808 8010500 (Freephone Helpline), 020 8445 8060 (Office) Fax: 020 8445 0305

Study Group (Survivors of Incest)

(Formerly known as Survivors of Incest Anonymous)
78 Hampstead High StreetLondonNW3 1RE
Self-help group of women and men who meet to help deal with experiences of incest/child abuse. Follows step 11 of the 12-step programme adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous.

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Freshstart

(NSPCC Fresh Start)
Alexandra Ciardi House7-8, Greenland PlaceLondonNW1 0AP
Team offering services to families, professionals and organisations across London and nationally around child sexual abuse. Policy development work, research, meetings and training. Four 3rd floor training rooms for hire.
020 7428 1500 (Reception), 020 7825 2775 (Public enquiries) Fax: 020 7428 1182

Clean Break

Patshull RoadLondonNW5 2LB
Women's theatre, education and new-writing company founded by ex-prisoners and open to all women with experience of the criminal justice system and women at risk of offending due to mental health needs and/or drug/alcohol abuse.
020 7482 8600 Fax: 020 7482 8611

Highbury Corner Youth Court

51 Holloway RoadLondonN7 8JA
Deals with cases from Camden.
020 7506 3191 Fax: 020 7506 3191

Family Rights Group

The Print House18 Ashwin StreetLondonE8 3DL
Advise families with children in care who are subject to child protection procedures or otherwise involved with Social Services. Offer range of publications to families. Run training courses and conferences for professionals working in the fields of family law and social services.
0808 801 0366 (Freephone advice line), 020 7923 2628 (Office) Fax: 020 7923 2683

Irish Survivors Advice and Support Network

293-299, Kentish Town RoadLondonNW5 2TJ
Irish Survivors is the term given to former residents of Irish institutions run by religious congregations in the Republic of Ireland, where children were placed up to the age of 16. They are described as survivors because most of them experienced some form of neglect…
020 7267 9997
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