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Anti-Bullying Alliance

Resources and information for parents and professionals to help address bullying of children with special educational needs and disabilities. Including good practice guidance for teachers and other professionals on cyberbullying, bullying and mental health and bullying and autistic spectrum disorders.

Bullying UK

Information and practical advice for parents, young people and professionals. Free online parenting classes to help manage behaviour. 

Telephone: 0808 800 2222


Tips for children on building confidence and self-esteem, coping with embarrassment, being scared to go to school. How a child can respond if they're being bullied and how to support a friend who's being bullied. Children can call a counsellor or chat to one online in confidence. They also have videos about bullying and other topics in BSL.

Freephone: 0800 1111 (24 Hours)

Changing Faces

Supports people who have conditions or injuries which affect their appearance. Self-help guides for children and young people on looking different, feeling different, when teasing becomes bullying - with techniques to handle different situations. 

Telephone: 0300 012 0275

Lancashire Mind

We are more than a mental health charity; we're a passionate movement leading the mental wellbeing revolution in Lancashire. Our vision is mental wellbeing for all because a person with high mental wellbeing is more likely to be happier, healthier, more resilient and less likely to develop mental health conditions only a small minority of people live with a mental health condition that has a long term substantial impact on their life. With appropriate support a mental health condition can have a minimal impact on a person's life. Appropriate support includes things society does that allow a person to operate as an equal and they are not necessarily formal or clinical.

Telephone: 01257 231660 (Lancashire)

Telephone: 0300 123 3393 (National Helpline)


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