Who SafeCall is for

Are you a professional who thinks a child or young person that you are working with is being made to sell or transport drugs, or is at risk of being exploited?

Are you working with a parent or carer of a child or young person that has found themselves caught up in this form of exploitation?

Our dedicated, specialist Safecall service can help.

Missing People run ‘SafeCall’, a support and advocacy service for families and young people affected by County Lines and missing. Families and young people can self-refer to it or be referred by a professional they’re working with.

How it works

This exploitation is commonly referred to as “county lines” or child criminal exploitation (CCE). We offer a non-judgemental, safe space for those affected to talk about their experiences in confidence. We can provide reassurance, support them to explore their choices, and help them formulate a safety plan.

The SafeCall service will also reach out to a child or young person’s parent or carer, offering them a chance to debrief, access emotional support and be guided on how to keep their family safe in  future.

You can also contact us to talk through your concerns and receive advice.

Who to contact

020 8392 4590
Additional Notes

How to use SafeCall

Fill in Request SafeCall form

If you are unsure about making a referral, please feel free to contact us on 020 8392 5710.

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