Information for those against whom a complaint of poor practice or an allegation of abuse has been made.
If you have been notified by the BAB that there are reported causes for concern regarding your behaviour towards or with children or young people you may find the following contact details useful as a form of support and guidance.
The BAB does not have any trained volunteers and so cannot provide you with any direct support. However if you are experiencing difficulties in accessing suitable support and feel you need help then please contact your GP or local Social Services for further guidance.
Other sources of help and advice include:
The Upper Mill
KT 17 2AF
In the UK dial 08457 90 90 90.
In the Republic of Ireland dial 1850 60 90 90.
Tel 020 7239 1000/fax 020 7239 1001
Free national telephone helpline for children 24 hrs 0800 1111
Both Parents Forever
39 Cloonmore Avenue
Tel 01689 854 543
Advice to parents, grandparents, children on rights following divorce, separation. Men in domestic violence situations/false allegations. Help in child abduction cases
Family Rights Group
The Print House
18 Ashwin Street
Tel 020 7923 2628/fax 020 7923 2683
Assists families with children in care/residential accommodation/involved in child protection procedures
Support forums for survivors of abuse and information for survivors of childhood and adult sexual abuse or rape; for both female and male sexual abuse survivors from the UK and around the world. Also related subjects such as date rape, male rape, panic attack, eating disorders, self harm, and inner child work.
53-57 Highgate Road
Tel 020 7284 5500
Helpline 0808 2222 2222
Support for all families/stepfamilies
Self Harm Alliance
PO Box 61
Tel 01242 578 820
National organisation offering support