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Services and Support for safeguarding

Childline: - tel:08001111

Centre 33: 

Centre 33- 

Telephone: 0333 414 1809 






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Keep your head:  

If you’re living with an eating disorder page: 

Caring for someone with an eating disorder page: 

Men's mental health group at Oasis Centre Wednesday’s fortnightly 7-9pm (from 24th April 24).



  Mental health service for young people 




Access support from other young people and professionals, all at your own pace. Kooth is your online mental wellbeing community. Access free, safe and anonymous. 



Young Minds: 


Centre 33: 


Free counselling for young people aged 13-25years old. Self-referral process.  

Drop in in Wisbech- Annabelle Davies Centre, Love Lane, Wisbech Thursdays 12-5pm.  

Telephone: 0333 414 1809 



YOUnited offers help to children and young people with their emotional wellbeing and mental health registered with a GP in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. It is available to those up to the age of 25 and offers a range of support including therapy, counselling and guided self-help. Referrals can be made to YOUnited by a GP or any professional working with children or young people. 

Clinicians and administration staff are available from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays). Contact number for professionals only for discussion and consultation of non-crisis referrals: 0300 3000 830. 





CPSL Mind provides information, advice and support for people living with mental health problems or depression. CPSL Mind operates from offices in Cambridge and Peterborough.  
Telephone:  0300 303 4363 


Child Bereavement UK: 


Child Bereavement UK

Referrals between 4 and 19 years of age (up to age 24 in special circumstances only) whose home or school is in Cambridgeshire, and who has experienced the death of a close family member, or other significant person.  

Telephone: 01223 292276


Winston’s wish:  


Support for bereaved children, young people and families 

Telephone: 08088 020 021  


Child bereavement network: 


A hub for parents and carers supporting children following a bereavement. For young people, there are tips from other young people who have experienced a bereavement:      


Grief encounter: 



Free support for bereaved children and their families to help alleviate the pain caused by the death of someone close: 




Online help for young people ages 11 to 25 who have a loved one with a serious illness and are worried about what this means to them: 


Marie Curie: 


Talk to someone following a bereavement:  

Trained Support Line Officers are here to listen to and help with any practical and emotional concerns. We can also offer ongoing support from a bereavement volunteer. Can assess and offer six 45 minute telephone sessions for support.  

Telephone: 0800 090 2309 

Marie Curie Bereavement support 


Cruse Bereavement support: 


Cruse offers telephone, email and website support to adults and young people. They have a free national helpline and local services. To contact the local service, you complete the contact form online.   Telephone: 0808 8081677 

At a loss: 


A sign-posting website for those who have been bereaved:          GriefChat is a free service available Monday-Friday, 9am-9pm where you can chat to a specially trained bereavement counsellor. This is for all ages: 


Survivors of bereavement by suicide: 


A national helpline is available between 9am and 9pm for those over 18 years only, Monday to Friday, 52 weeks of the year.   It provides an opportunity to talk confidentially with someone who has been bereaved by suicide and to know that you are not alone in your experience.    

Telephone: 0300 111 5065 

Andy’s Man Club: 


Charity that support men’s mental health and aim to prevent suicide in men.  They offer face-to-face support, although there is no group in Wisbech.  They also offer online support. support.

Daddy’s with Angel’s: 


Charity supporting men with the bereavement of a child at any age or gestation –


Lifecraft suicide bereavement service: 


Early intervention support for families and friends of those who have died by suicide in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.  

Telephone: 01223 566957 

Rape Crisis partnership:


Self referrals (available online). ChISVA support are available if a case is going through police/court system for 13-18 year olds.  

Referral form and information- ISVA service – Cambridge & Peterborough Rape Crisis Partnership (  

Telephone: 01223 245888



A safe space for teenagers worried about sexual behaviour  


Rape Crisis: 


General enquiries:

Media enquiries:  Rape or sexual assault support 

Victim support: 


For those affected by crime and in need of support and information. Ran by Cambridgeshire Constabulary. 

Telephone: 0800 781 6818 




Advice, information and support for parents/carers.  

Telephone: 0113 240 3040 



Child protection advisors to report online abuse 

Information, resources for young people, parents/carers and reporting about abuse online.   

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough domestic abuse and sexual violence partnership:

Adults can apply for information on individuals to police to disclose if any history or incidents of domestic abuse. 


Womens Aid:  




Outreach Services work with victims and survivors in the community, self-referral to Outreach 

Outreach: 07787 255821

Fenland, Huntingdonshire & Peterborough – Refuge 0808 2000 247 

National Domestic Abuse Helpline  0808 2000 247 

Men's Advice Line  0808 801 0327 

Galop ( LGBT Support )  0800 999 5428 

Karma Nirvana (forced marriage and HBV )  0800 5999 247 

Change Grow Live: 


CGL (Drug and alcohol service)  

Support with drug and alcohol use and treatment and recovery.  

Telephone: 0300 555 0101  

Inspiration House, Church Mews, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, PE13 1BW 

Gamcare- national gambling helpline: 


Telephone: 0808 8020 133  


 Gamblers anonymous UK: 

Telephone: 0330 094 0322 

Holds face to face meetings in Peterborough. Phone for information and to self-refer.  

The KITE Trust: 


Offers young people up to the age of 25 years old support one to one or in groups.  

Telephone: 01223 369508

Email for young people/  




Mermaids UK  Telephone helpline, webchat and text line for support. Offer support for young people up to age 19. 

Stop Loan Sharks: 


Investigate and prosecute illegal lenders and provide support for borrowers.  

Telphone: 0300 555 2222 



Citizens advice consumer service: 


Advice and information on energy cost saving.  

Telephone:  08001448848 



If you have a child or young person in your care that has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, come along and meet with other parents, carers and professionals for some well-earned support. 

The group meets monthly on a Wednesday – term time only, from 9.30am – 11am 

Address: Queen Mary Centre, Queens Road, Wisbech, PE13 2PE.

For more information, contact Cat, Marlene or Rachel at Wisbech Locality 01354 750401. 

Next sessions: February 28, March 28, April 25, May 23, June 27 and July 18. 

Fenland District Council : 

           FDC do not manage Homelink or social housing.

If homeless-complete an online referral form

Alternatively, you can email, call 01354 654321. (homelink enquiries will be forwarded on to them)  


The Trussel trust food bank:

Wisbech Foodbank - The Trussell Trust  


Address: Wisbech Baptist Church, Hill Street, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, PE13 1BD 

Telephone: 07933 572054 



Rosmini Centre Wisbech:

The Rosmini Centre in Wisbech hosts a range of activities and support for communities, offering information and advice about a variety of issues including benefits, housing, settled status applications, 

Telephone: 01945474422



The Oasis community & children's centre: 


The objective of the Trust is to help all residents of Wisbech to improve their lives, and they work with a multitude of partners to put on activities to achieve this. 

If you are interested in hiring any rooms or would like to find out more information on what is going on at the Centre, then please contact the centre  01945 461526. 


Address: Oasis Community Centre, St. Michael's Avenue, Wisbech, Cambs, PE13 3NR 


The Salvation Army: 


The  Salvation Army  is a worldwide Christian church that offers practical help, friendship and support to people in need. 

Address: John Thompson Rd , Wisbech , PE13 2NF , United Kingdom 

Email : 

Telephone:  01945 461 416 


Wisbech Youth Group: 


Wisbech Youth Club - an open group for young people 12 years and older in a safe space. Fun sessions include various organised activities, based on young people’ interests. Sessions are FREE of charge. 

In this club young people’s voice implemented in organising sessions’ topics which leads in promotion of self-esteem and better wellbeing. 

Also, to develop, communicate, and collaborate whilst exploring themselves both as individuals and as part of a community through various activities at our club. 

It’s a space to explore, share and grow!  


Macmillan Cancer support:

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Macmillan Cancer Support | The UK's leading cancer care charity 

Information and support centres:

If you’re affected by cancer, the Macmillan Information and Support Centre can offer you high quality information, support and a listening ear in a relaxed, comfortable environment at your local hospital. We offer a large range of services, support and information. These include: Information and practical support at our Cancer Wellbeing & Support Centre; HOPE, Mindfulness, Lifestyle Advice, Benefits and Welfare Rights; Complementary Therapies; Wig consultations; Look good, feel better classes. 

We offer: 

Befriending, Bereavement support, Cancer information materials, Complementary therapies, Counselling, Home visiting, Hospital visiting, Provision for deaf/hard of hearing, Provision for learning difficulties, Support from Health Professionals, Telephone helpline, Benefits Advice, Look Good-Feel Better, Self-Help & Support Groups, Volunteering activities ect.

Address: Cancer Wellbeing & Support Centre, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gayton Road, Kings Lynn, PE30 4ET 
Opening times:  9.30 – 4.30 Monday - Friday