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Social Work Advice and Response
0141 777 3000
Evenings and Weekends
0800 811 505
All children and young people have a right to feel safe and be protected from harm and abuse.
This section will help you find out more about:
If you are worried about your own safety, or confused about what
might be happening to you, you can talk to someone.
If you are worried or need help, talk to an adult you trust,
such as your mum, dad or other relative or family friend.
Remember you have a right to be safe and to be listened to and
taken seriously. If you do not feel safe, speak to someone
who can help you.
Sometimes adults are not able to look after their children
properly. Other times, adults may harm a child in some
way. In most cases, help and support is offered to the family
to help them look after their children better.
Assist children and young people in making complaints and offer
support and advice through the process
Children’s Rights Service Social Work
Scotland's Commisioner for children
and young people
Info 4 Care Kids
Tel: 0300 123 4510
DCYPP, Incorporating Child Protection Committee,
12 Strathkelvin Place, Kirkintilloch, G66 1TJ