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Children and young people

Every young person has a right to be safe. If you are worried about your own safety you can call us on 0161 603 4500 and we can help you. If you are in danger of being harmed now, call the police on 999.

You can find lots of information on this website. Simply click on the questions below to find helpful advice and support.

School nurse text service in Salford 

Young people in Salford aged 11-19 years old can speak to a qualified health professional, using a service called ChatHealth. By sending a text message, you will get confidential advice from a school nurse in your area.

The ChatHealth number for Salford is 07312 263176 and is open from 9am to 4.30pm.

The Salford service is run by the School Health Team – part of Salford Care Organisation’s 0-19 Children’s Services Team.  The team can provide advice on a range of issues including relationships, bullying, alcohol, self-harm, healthy eating, drugs and smoking.

Youth Services

To find out about what’s on in Salford for young people check out the My City Salford Directory 

Salford Youth Service run groups and centre sessions for young people aged 11 – 19 in Salford. You can find more information about these sessions and other topics relevant to young people on the Salford Youth Zone.

You can also find Salford Youth Service on:

Salford Standards for listening to children, young people and families

You have told us what is important to you when working with services and we have developed a set of standards that we’re asking all workers to follow.

Find out what you can expect.

Latest news

Details of all the latest news from the Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership.

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