Our services

Find out how we work directly with children, families and professionals to protect children and prevent abuse.

Our services help children who’ve been abused, protect children at risk and find the best ways to prevent child abuse from ever happening.

As part of our fight for every childhood, we work directly with children and families in our service centres across the UK and Channel Islands and give support to thousands of adults and young people in need through the NSPCC helpline and Childline.

We work with schools up and down the country through our Speak Out Stay Safe programme, helping children to keep themselves safe.

And our projects such as Together for Childhood help children who’ve experienced abuse, support parents, and work to transform the way communities come together to prevent child cruelty.

Our services supporting children and families

Children’s services

We work face-to-face with children and families around the country. Find out more about our services.

Go to Children’s services

Local service centres

Find addresses and contact details for all our service centres.

NSPCC service centres

Working with schools

Find out how our Speak out Stay safe school service helps to give children the knowledge they need to stay safe.

See our schools service

NSPCC Helpline

Through the NSPCC Helpline we offer help, advice and support to thousands of parents, professionals and families.

Find out about our helpline


Our Childline service offers help and support to thousands of children and young people whenever they need us.

Find out about Childline

Together for childhood

We’re working with local communities to prevent abuse and its causes and help fight for every childhood.

Go to Together for Childhood

How our services make a difference

See the impact our services are making, and how we're finding ways to help even more children.

Read about the impact our services have

Real stories about our services

"There were times when I had nowhere to go"

Leila was sexually exploited after running away from home when she was just 13. Our support gave her somewhere to turn.

Read Leila's story

"I was scared no one would believe me"

Alice was sexually abused when she was very young. The Young Witness Service helped her feel supported when she gave evidence in court.

Read Alice's story

"I felt guilty that the bullies had chosen me"

James was bullied for years after moving to a new school. Talking to Childline helped him to rebuild his confidence and feel less alone.

Read James' story

Do you work with children?

Visit NSPCC Learning to find out more about our evidence-based programmes to help children and families.

Go to NSPCC Learning

How you can help us in our work

Volunteering for NSPCC and Childline

Join the fight for every childhood through one of our volunteering opportunities.
Volunteering for NSPCC and Childline

Charity runs, cycles and challenges

You can help change children's lives by taking on an event in support of the NSPCC.
Get involved

Donate now

On average, a child contacts Childline every 25 seconds. Donate now and help protect children today and prevent abuse from happening tomorrow.

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Names and identifying features have been changed to protect identity. Photographs have been posed by models.