2BU is a youth support service for LGBTQ+ young people with its main service offering a weekly support group to 13-18 years old and a monthly social group for 18-24-year-olds.
Prevent Radicalisation and Extremism by Acting Early – website to increase awareness of the signs of radicalisation, where to go for help and support, and to increase understanding and confidence in the referral process.
The Bristol BASE (Barnardo’s Against Sexual Exploitation) Hub and Spokes Project works with children and young people across our local region providing specialist sexual exploitation work.
Domestic Violence Intervention Programme (DVIP) groups in Somerset.
Helping make the internet a great and safe place for children and young people.
Parenting, Media, and Everything in Between.
On this website you will find publications and practice resources produced by the Contextual Safeguarding research programme.
Dad Matters Somerset is a PIMHs (Parent/Infant Mental Health) project developed by Home-Start West Somerset.
It’s the essential guide for new dads, developed with the NHS. DadPad offers knowledge and practical skills and resources to support Dad and their partner to give their baby the best possible start in life.
The DASH Risk Assessment Tool (Domestic Abuse, Stalking and Harassment and Honour Based Violence (DASH, 2009) Risk Identification and Assessment and Management Model) is used to assess the risk of harm from domestic abuse.
Educate against hate provides practical advice for parents, teachers and schools leaders on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation (government sponsored site)
Escapeline offer a youth worker and mentor (ex-gang member) to carry out detached work with young people identified as being at risk or on the cusp of being exploited by county line gangs.
Fighting Child Sexual Exploitation.
Home-Start West Somerset offers support, friendship & practical help to families at home with children under seven from Minehead to Watchet and from Porlock to Dulverton!
Helping parents keep their children safe online
The Jigsaw Project is for Young People who have had a recent hospital admission for their mental health difficulties or low emotional wellbeing.
This service is available through MHST schools for children and young people aged 5-16, providing low intensity CBT interventions and support to schools to adopt a Whole Schools Approach to mental health and wellbeing.
Mind in Somerset, the mental health charity