The Stop It Now! UK and Ireland helpline
Coronavirus (Covid-19) update: our helpline is still open and taking calls as usual.
If you’re worried about child sexual abuse, you can talk to us.
Our confidential is available for anyone with concerns about child sexual abuse. If you’re worried about your own thoughts, feelings and behaviour, or about another adult or young person, we can help.
Callers do not need to give identifying information, so can remain anonymous. We speak to thousands of people every year, and help them take action to protect children and young people from sexual abuse and exploitation.
Help us prevent child sexual abuse.
Call our confidential helpline: 0808 1000 900
If you’re not ready to speak to someone yet, you can use our secure messaging service by clicking here.
Online support and information to stop child sexual abuse
Our website has anonymous and confidential advice and self-help resources to help adults know what they can do to keep children safe.
If you’re worried about your own thoughts or behaviour – click here.
If you’re worried about someone else’s behaviour – click here.
If you want information on how to keep children safe offline and online – click here.
The helpline is confidential and you don’t have to give us your full name or any other details that will identify you. But if you do, and then you give us information that identifies a child who has been – or is at risk of being – abused, or any information which may suggest that any other person is at risk of harm, then we will pass that information on to the appropriate agencies. We will also pass on details of any criminal offence committed.
Mondays – Thursdays: 9am – 9pm
Fridays: 9am – 5pm
We’re closed on weekends and bank holidays.