Domestic Abuse


The hideout ( – resources to help children and young people understand domestic abuse and explain how to take action if it is happening to them or to a family member.


Effects on Children


How to talk to young people about domestic abuse abuse/talking-about-domestic-violence/


NSPCC – support adults to notice and support children who may be a victim of domestic abuse and what to do in response to disclosure


Talk Relationships – online e-learning, lesson plans, and a helpline to support teachers in talking about sex and relationships through a safeguarding children perspective


Helpline: 0800 389 5347 (8am – 10pm Monday – Friday; 9am – 6pm Saturday & Sunday)

Email: (include ‘Talk Relationships’ in the subject line)


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The Lancashire Emotional Health in Schools and Colleges service is dedicated to promoting mental and emotional well-being among students and staff in educational institutions across Lancashire. Our team of experienced professionals, work collaboratively to provide comprehensive support.

By partnering with schools and colleges, we seek to create a positive ripple effect that not only benefits individuals but also contributes to a healthier, more vibrant Lancashire community.