Barnet's Safeguarding Children's Partnership Board
Are you worried?
Do you need support with your emotional wellbeing?
In need of substance or sexual health support?
Concerns about a relationship or a professioal with a child?
Are you being bullied or missing?
Are you staying safe online?
Do you want to know more about LGBTQ+?
Want to find out more and where to get support then click here to visit Barnet's Safeguarding Children's Partnership Board.
If you are in immediate danger or know another child who is then please call 999
If you are worried about yourself, your brother, sister or even a friend then it is important to speak to someone you can trust. This person could be your parent/s, your carer, a friend or even a teacher at school. It is good to talk and can help you feel less alone, it is important to remember that sometimes what may be happening to you or another child may mean that they can't keep it a secret and need to tell someone else to make sure that you are kept safe and that what is happening stops.
You can also contact the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) team. The MASH is a team that are there to help you and make sure that you are protected and get the right help that you need. Where they need to they will share information with other professionals like the police, your doctor and other areas to make sure that you are looked after and protected. This will be discussed with YOU. You can contact the MASH by phone, email and also face to face.
Email: MASH@barnet.gov.uk or secure e-mail on MASH@barnet.gcsx.gov.uk
Telephone: 020 8359 4066
Fax: 0871 594 8766
Walk-in: Children and families can 'walk in' to Barnet House and ask to see a children's social worker any time Monday - Friday between 9am - 5pm
London Borough of Barnet
North London Business Park
Oakleigh Road South
The childline website has more information on this.
- You can call childline on 0800 1111 and it won't show up on your telephone bill, they also have a confidentiality promise which means that what you tell them will be a secret.
- You can also talk to them online using the 1-2-1 chat system and by email.