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Where can I find advice and support?

We have listed a number of organisations who might also be able to provide advice and support relating to a concern you may have.


Childline is a free, private and confidential service where you (as a child or young person) can talk about anything. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, Childline is available for you, online, on the phone, anytime - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Call: 0800 1111

Calls from Jersey may be chargeable from mobiles and the number will appear on your mobile bill. To call Childline free from Jersey, try using a landline or phone box.


You can find out how to contact Childline online by visiting the following link:

The Child Development and Therapy Centre

The Child Development and Therapy Centre is a Government of Jersey service based in the William Knott Centre at Overdale Hospital.

The centre offers a comprehensive assessment, treatment, diagnostic and family support service to children with complex developmental and / or health needs from birth to 18 years of age.


Call: 01534 444815 and 01534 444817

The centre has published a ‘Children with Disabilities Directory’. The directory provides information about support and activities available in Jersey that may be relevant to children with disabilities and their families. The information in the directory is complimentary to online information provided by the Jersey Online Directory (see further down for more information.)

The directory can be accessed online via the following link: 

Citizen’s Advice

Citizen’s Advice provide independent, confidential and impartial advice that Islanders need for the problems they face. They champion the rights of individuals and promote equality and justice for all.

They are open Monday to Friday from 10.00am to 3.00pm at St Paul's Centre and Tuesdays from 5.00pm to 7.30pm at Jersey Library.


Freephone: 0800 735 0249 or 01534 724942

Citizen’s Advice provide telephone advice between 10am – 3pm, Monday to Friday.

Citizen’s Advice provide an e-mail advice service at 

Jersey Online Directory (JOD)

The Jersey Online Directory provides details on how to access support groups, services, organisations and activities in Jersey. 


Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)

MASH is an umbrella organisation set up to oversee safeguarding concerns for children and young people in Jersey. It is a single point of contact for any concerns you may have about a child, including enquiries from professionals, such as teachers and doctors, or from members of the public and family members.

Call: 01534 519000

If you have a concern about a child in Jersey, please contact the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH).


MASH working hours are 8:30am- 5pm Monday to Thursday; and 8:30am- 4:30pm on Friday.

If you have a concern outside of these hours, please call the police on:

01534 612612 or if it is an emergency 999

YES Project

The YES project provides counselling and information to anyone aged 14 to 25 and its services are free, confidential and independent.

The YES project is based at The Link, Eagle House, La Colomberie in St Helier.

It is available Monday to Friday 12pm – 6pm.


Call: 01534 280530 


You Matter

You Matter work with young people to build their self-esteem and help them to develop an understanding of their true value and worth.

They run workshops in schools with groups, parents and carers or one-to-one sessions with young people. These workshops aim to empower young people to talk about issues that they are facing.


Call: 07797 969886 

NSPCC Jersey

NSPCC Jersey use a wide range of approaches that give children and young people an opportunity to explain how they feel. This includes one to one sessions which encourage:

  • talking
  • play
  • creative activities

Letting the Future In (LTFI) is a therapeutic service for children and young people age 4 to 17, who have made a disclosure of sexual abuse. Many children and young people feel confused and upset by what has happened to them, so a wide range of approaches are used by the workers at the one to one sessions including talking, play and creative activities which gives children and young people an opportunity to explain how they are feeling. The service is designed to work with children, young people and the safe parent and or carer.

Seeking Solutions offers children and young people, between 7 and 18 years old, help and support to deal with problems that are affecting their life, happiness or wellbeing. The service is led by the young person, working alongside their support network, where possible, to improve their confidence, skills and strengths, so they are better prepared to cope with any future problems. Seeking Solutions helps the child or young person to set their own goal(s) for the future.


Call: 01534 760800