Help for children and young adults

If you are unhappy with the way you are being treated by someone at school or on-line you should talk to a trusted adult and explain to them how you feel about what has being happening to you. 

Sometimes young people can fear that telling someone will make the bullying worse but in fact if you do not tell someone bullying always gets worse.

Click any of the links below for more information:

  1. The National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre can provide you with support and guidance.
  2. BeLong To - The National Organisation providing support to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) youth and their families in Ireland.
  3. Webwise - The Irish Internet Safety Awareness Centre provides great support and information to stay safe online.
  4. TENI - The Transgender Equality Network who provide support to the Transgender citizens in Ireland. 
  5. The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) -  Log onto Childline to chat, Freecall 1800-66-66-66 or Text "Talk" to 50101 for Free. 
  6. Pieta House can provide support to parents and teens who experience suicidal thoughts.
  7. Jigsaw provide support to stress or worried teens.
  8. Samaritans operate a phone service for parents and teens. 
  9. Bodywhys provide support for teens with eating disorders.


Provided by   with support from the Department of Education & Skills
site designed by Artizan