Whether you want advice on supporting your child through sport, or you have some concerns, the NSPCC helpline is there to help.
The NSPCC helpline is staffed by trained professionals who can provide expert advice and support. The helpline can help if you're concerned about a child or if you’re a parent looking for advice.
If you're a parent and you're worried about something that's taken place in your child's club but don't feel comfortable talking to a welfare officer, or a member of staff, the helpline can advise and support you. In cases where further help is needed to keep a child safe, the helpline can alert the right people and agencies for you.
The helpline service is free and you don’t have to say who you are.
How to contact the helpline
Whatever your worry – you can contact the NSPCC via:
For current operating hours by phone, see the NSPCC helpline page. You can email at any time.