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Childline always here for children – but needs public support

For some children and young people in Galway and across Ireland, Childline is a lifeline.

ISPCC Childline highlights support for Mayo children and families preparing for return to school

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ISPCC Childline has welcomed the announcement of plans for children’s return to school later this month in Mayo and across the country and outlined details of support for parents, carers, children and young people preparing for the transition back to the classroom.

Childline Westmeath calls make significant rise during COVID-19 period of restriction measures

Childline, Ireland’s 24 hour active listening service for children and young people, answered 72,701 calls, online contacts and texts from children and young people in County Westmeath and across the country during the period of peak COVID-19 restrictions.

Emma takes on 100km challenge for Childline

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Events co-ordinator Emma McNulty from Swinford, is making a difference for children and young people across Ireland this summer by taking on a 100km challenge for ISPCC Childline.

Could you help Childline listen to children?

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Childline, Ireland’s national listening service for children and young people, is now recruiting for volunteers in Mayo.

Are you interested in listening for Childline?

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Have you ever considered offering a listening ear to a child or young person who seeks support?

Childline available 24 / 7 to students receiving their Leaving Certificate results and all young people

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With thousands receiving their Leaving Certificate results this week, the ISPCC has reminded all young people that Childline is here to listen 24 hours a day, every day.

Claremorris woman calls on people of Mayo to help Childline listen to children

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Could you be at the receiving end of a call, text, or online chat when a child reaches out for support?

Could you help Childline listen to children?

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Childline, Ireland’s national listening service for children and young people, is now recruiting for volunteers in Mayo.

Volunteer for Childline and you can make a difference in a child’s life

In the space of time it will take you to read this line, a child has called the Childline service to talk about something that is concerning him/her. Children contact Childline for many reasons. Some want to talk about their lives, others are worried, some children are afraid, or lonely. Their worries could include family issues, school concerns, relationship problems, sexuality, abuse, depression, or mental health concerns.

 

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