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What to do if you need support during the Half-Term Break

What to do if you need support during the Half-Term Break
by Administrative User - Friday, 22 May 2015, 3:30 PM

What to do if you need support during the Half-Term Break

Nescot will be closed from Monday 25th May - Friday 29th May for the Half-Term break.

You won't be able to reach the mentoring team or safeguarding officers until College opens again on 1st June, but if you need support during that time a number of organisations can help.

For free, confidential advice, or to talk, contact:


Tel: 08001111

Need to talk?

You can contact ChildLine about anything. No problem is too big or too small. Whatever your worry its better out then in.



08457 909090

You can get in touch about anything that’s troubling you, no matter how large or small the issue. You don’t have to be suicidal

Get Connected

0808 8084994 (open from 1pm – 11pm every day)




Get connected is the UKs free, confidential helpline service for young people under 25 who need help, but don’t know where to turn.


Helpline 0845 767 8000 (6pm to 11pm)

SANE runs a national, out of-of-hours mental health helpline offering specialist emotional support and information to anyone affected by mental illness, including family, friends and carers.


Helpline 0808 800 4444 (8am to 8pm Mon to Fri, and 8am to 5pm weekends)


Emergency housing advice. If you are already homeless or about to become homeless, get advice immediately. An adviser could help you to keep your current home or find you somewhere to stay as quickly as possible, including emergency housing.

Refuge and Women’s aid

24-hour National Domestic Violence Free phone Helpline:

0808 2000 247

Are you experiencing domestic violence? Do you know of someone who is experiencing abuse and may need help and support?

The helpline can give support, help and information over the telephone

NSPCC Helpline

Free 24hr helpline

0808 800 5000

"Don't wait until you're certain if you are worried about a child. If you have any concerns, contact our free helpline service to speak to an NSPCC counsellor 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


We will listen to your concerns, offer advice and support and can take action on your behalf if a child is in danger.


You don’t have to tell us who you are if you don’t want to, or you can ask us not to share your name or contact with the police or social services. Find out more about how you can remain anonymous below.


All communications will be recorded and we keep records for 15 years."