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Stop It Now! (National)

We support adults to play their part in prevention through providing sound information, educating members of the public, training those who work with children and families and running our freephone confidential Helpline.



































Helpline is available to:



































•Adults worried about the behaviour of other adults or children and young people

•Those worried about their own sexual thoughts or behaviour towards children (including online behaviour)

•Friends and relatives of people arrested for sexual offending, including internet offending

•Any other adult with a concern about child sexual abuse – including survivors and professionals

Umbrella org:
Lucy Faithfull Organisation
0800 1000 900

Related Information

Subject Definitions

Abuse can be physical, psychological, financial, sexual, discriminatory, neglect or institutional. If you suspect or know of an adult who is being abused or is suspected of being abused you should report it to the Councils Safeguarding Adults Team.
Child abuse is the physical or psychological mistreatment of a child by his or her parents (including adoptive parents), guardians, or other adults.
Abuse of a sexual nature such as rape, incest, fondling, and indecent exposure. Sexual abuse can cause various physical and emotional problems including lack of self-esteem, self-destructive behavior, anxiety, and depression.