Thanks Rhod Gilbert for encouraging us to help keep people safe. If you’re worried that someone you know is at risk of abuse, neglect or harm contact social services or call 101. https://bit.ly/keeppeoplesafe #MakeTheCallWales
Posted by Edrych ar ôl ein gilydd . Looking out for each other on Monday, July 13, 2020
In these difficult times, it’s good that we all look out for each other. It is important that you know what to do and who to contact if you suspect a friend, a family member, or a neighbor is at risk of harm, abuse, or neglect.
All local authority social service departments are open as normal and can respond to your concerns.
If you are worried about a child or a young person
If you are worried about an adult
Your call can make the difference in keeping an adult or child safe
Services and social settings that usually support children and adults are not seeing people from your community in the same way as usual. Together we can help to keep children, young people, and adults safe by letting services know if you think someone needs help.
If you are experiencing, or know someone who is experiencing domestic abuse and sexual violence whilst staying at home, visit Live Fear Free for advice (including online chat). Or call the helpline on 0808 80 10 800. This service is available 24/7.
You can also make a silent call to the police – dial 999 – then 55 if you can’t talk.