Here you should find lots of useful information to help you if you are feeling worried about anything or concerned about anything.
If you need help for yourself or are worried about a friend or family member, you should speak to somebody you trust, an adult or someone that you feel comfortable with.
That could be family members, teachers, doctors, nurses, social workers or other adults who work with children. They will listen to what you have to say.
Don't be afraid to talk to these people if you are worried. They are there to help you.
Phone: 01904 551900
Outside office hours, at weekends and on public holidays contact the emergency duty team telephone: 01609 780780
Police - If there is immediate danger call 999
Childline - Phone: 0800 11 11 A free, private and confidential service where you can be you. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, however you want to get in touch. We're here for you online, on the phone, anytime.
Do you want to find out further information about Coronavirus and what it means for you? We have pulled together information which may be useful for you and help with any worries or concerns you may have.
|Take a look at YorZone to find out about lots of different ways that you can have your voice heard.|
York Youth Council is a group of passionate young people who want to make York better for every young person in their community. Their vision is to empower young people to have a voice and to influence the future of their community.
There are services available to you as a child in care. This video explains the 'Speak Up Service' which is available to you. Further information is also available on the 'Speak Up Service' website including leaflets explaining what advocacy is..
|York Children's Rights and Advocacy Service is here to help you understand your rights, and to provide you with help and support on anything and everything to do with being in care.|
|Show Me That I Matter is Yorks Children in Care Council|