Who can help me?
It is important if you or someone you know is being abused, that you tell someone so that they can help.
What can I do?
If harm or abuse is happening to you, you need to tell someone that you trust. You must do this as soon as you can.
People who are there to help you include:
- Your family.
- Staff who support you.
- The police.
- A social worker.
- A doctor.
- A friend.
- A nurse.
If you are worried
- You can call our adult care team on 01454 868007
- If it is an emergency dial 999 and ask for the police
We want to hear from you
If you have already spoken to a social worker about a safeguarding incident and would like to give us feedback on the process, please print the safeguarding questionnaire and return in an envelope to the free-post address on the back of the form.