3 ways you can stay involved with us:
- volunteer for us
- raise money for us
- join our participation group.
Childline is here to help as many young people as possible with their worries and concerns. Things in your life change a lot as you get older, and that means that the kind of support you need can change as well.
Changing the type of support you’re used to can be really difficult. It can take time to build trust with new people and new communities.
Many sites will offer support from 18 plus, meaning that you can use them for support and get used to them before you turn 19.
Our friends at The Mix are a good place to start. Their website provides expert advice on general issues that are more relevant to a young adult as opposed to a child or young person – such as employment, money, university and your rights.
The Mix is a free and confidential multi-channel service. This means that you choose how you access their support without the worry of anyone else finding out. Whether it be through The Mix's vlog series, expert articles or true life stories you can always find the information and advice that you need.
The Mix also offers peer-to-peer support on their message boards and in their Live Chat services. Finally, The Mix's Your Voices section allows you to submit your own writing, images or playlists and share them with your friends.
Samaritans have lots of guidance for if you’re feeling suicidal, or if you’re worried about someone else.
There are lots of ways you can stay connected with us. Childline is part of the NSPCC and we’d love to have you involved in the work that we do. There are a number of ways that you can help us:
Join an event
From skydives, to concerts, to running up 1,037 stairs – there’s an event to suit everyone
Volunteer your time
We've got loads of volunteering opportunities for anyone who'd like to give some of their time to help us
Fundraise for us
Whether it's at work, through college, or through a celebration, there are many different ways you can help raise money for the NSPCC and Childline.