Summer Support Services
At CRC we understand that young people and their families can go through times of difficulty for various reasons and may need the support from other services including those from Student Support Services at CRC.
During the summer break, we want to ensure that you know about the services that are available to you outside of college.
There are some fantastic charities and organisations that provide confidential phone and text lines for young people and parents to use, as well lots of information on their websites. To find out more about the services these organisations can offer, click on the download button below to see a full list of services that can help.
This summer the college is planning on offering a virtual check in service for those who would benefit from seeing some friendly faces online. If you would like to know more you can register your interest at www.camre.ac.uk/virtualcheckin
If you need to seek any non-urgent medical advice then call the NHS Helpline on 111.
If you require emergency help, please call 999. If you are unable to speak safely to the operator, press 55 on your keypad to alert them to your situation.
Government guidance for parents – online harms
The government has produced a useful webpage listing sources of advice and support for keeping their children safe. The guide includes information about:
- Protect children from domestic abuse
- Teenage relationship abuse
- Child sexual abuse and exploitation
- Sexual assault referral centres
- Crime, Criminal Exploitation and County Lines, violence and gangs
- Protect children from radicalisation
- Online child safety
- Mental health
You can find the information here.