Childline


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Childline

[ˈtʃaɪldlaɪn] n (British)Allô enfance maltraitée
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ACHILD with suicidal thoughts contacts Childline every 40 minutes - the highest number ever recorded by the charity.
An NSPCC spokesperson said: "Some children tell Childline they have been struggling for a long time with problems that they weren't getting support for - such as number of counselling for children with thoughts has nearly in five years mental health issues.
An NSPCC spokesperson said: "Some children tell Childline they have been struggling for a of counselling for children with thoughts has nearly in five years long time with problems that they weren't getting support for - such as mental health issues.
ACHILD with suicidal thoughts contacts Childline every minutes -highest number ever recorded by the charity.
THE TOP TEN REASONS FOR CALLS TO CHILDLINE IN 2016/17 ACHILD with suicidal thoughts contacts Childline every 40 minutes - the highest number ever recorded by the charity.
MORE than 20 disabled youngsters are being helped by Childline EVERY DAY amid concerns over their future.
CHILDLINE are helping a growing number of young people with disabilities - but they want to be able to reach even more.
THE NSPCC is calling for more volunteers from Merseyside to staff its Childline service.
NEARLY 400 Northern Irish children with suicidal thoughts received counselling from the NSPCC after contacting Childline last year.
Childline, run by the NSPCC, have helped more than four million desperate children since launching in October 1986.
Despite the increased connectivity of the modern high-tech world, last year the children's helpline Childline delivered 4,063 counselling sessions - the equivalent of 11 a day - to children and teenagers suffering from loneliness.