Concerned about your behaviour? Concerned about someone you know? Concerned about a child's behaviour? Have you been abused?
Need advice on how to protect children? Are you a professional looking for advice?

Join our online networks

We have a thriving Facebook community! Join us by using the link below and tell your contacts! The more we can spread child sexual abuse prevention messages the better placed adults will be to protect children.

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Stop! also has a YouTube channel which features a variety of child sexual abuse prevention awareness videos -

Want to do more?

Perhaps you are a professional or volunteer who works with families or children and would like more information. Perhaps you have an idea about how we can spread prevention messages. We would love to hear from anyone who wants to get involved. Contact our central office on 01527 598184 or email

Other ways to support:

Use these links for other ways to support Stop it Now! UK and Ireland:

Donate - we welcome donations of all sizes.

Volunteer - we rely on people helping us to spread the word.

Corporate Support - are you a business or can your employer support us.

Give As You Live - shop online? Have the stores you shop from donate to us (costing you nothing!)

Spread Prevention Messages - tell your friends and family

Link to our Website - if you have a website, feel free to link to us

Sign up to our Newsletter - Stop! Press comes out quarterly and is a must read!!

Watch our YouTube videos - learn more about child sexual abuse prevention