Child Protection and Safeguarding
Reach has three designated Safeguarding Officers and all staff working for the service follow the guidance as set up by Leeds City Council. The Safeguarding and Child Protection Officers are; Miss Elvidge, Mrs D'Avoine (DSL) and Miss Melia (Deputy DSL). Please talk to them if you have any concerns or worries. All safeguarding information is logged on CPOMs and is forwarded to the school my child transfers to.
They will support you with anything you'd like to talk about such as bullying, your mental health, sleep difficulties etc
Telephone number: 0800 1111
They offer a range of services across three major areas; Children, Young People and Families, Drug and Alchol Treatment Services and Health and Well-Being (including Counselling and Psychotherapy).
Telephone number: 0113 279 58 70
They support with family internet use.
Child Bereavement UK
This is support for families of children who have lost somebody they loved.
Telephone number: 0800 02 888 40
Cruse Bereavement Support
They will support you if you know somebody who has died and explain the grieving process.
Telephone number: 0808 808 1677
This is a useful resource recommend by the Cyber Crime Prevention Officer at West Yorkshire Police. It is a suite of fun educational games designed to educate young inquisitive minds and introduce them to the world of cyber security as well as the Computer Misuse Act.
Domestic Violence Service for Leeds
Support for women and men experiencing domestic violence. Housing support is also available.
Telephone number: 0113 246 0401
Useful medical advice is available on this website. If you are in crisis, go straight to the hospital, Accident and Emergency at Leeds General Infirmary.
Telephone number: 111
Useful resources and support with online safety is available from the NSPCC.
Telephone number: 0808 800 5000
Under 18 contact number: 0800 1111
One Stop Centres
Customer service officers can help with enquiries about council tax bills and benefits, housing tenancy issues, benefits for people on a low income, help for older people, disabled people, children and families and more. The local services are; Dewsbury Road and St George’s Centre.
Contact for any advice required.
Telephone number: non-emergency: 101
Telephone number: emergency: 999
Place2be will give you any advice you require.
Text 'shout' for support on 85258
Support for any concerns around radicalisation or exposure.
Phone number: 0113 535 0810
Talk to a professional about your mental health.
Telephone number: 116123
A text service for any crisis you may be having.
UK Safer Internet Centre
A website with online safety tips about how to stay safe online.
Get support if you are experiencing a mental health crisis from this agency.
Telephone number: 0808 802 5544