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National Stalking Helpline - Research into vexatious complaints

AtĀ our member research launch event earlier in April, Suky Bhaker, Head of Policy andĀ Development at National Stalking Helpline, spoke about the work of the helpline and The Suzy Lamplugh Trust. Suky and her team are now conducting research into vexatious complaints. Find out more below and if you can help… Read More

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Talking About Cancer - free online awareness course

Talking About Cancer: A free online cancer awareness course from Cancer Research UK I’ve recently been speaking to Elly from the Talk Cancer training team at Cancer Research UK. Elly has told me about a free online cancer awareness course Talking About Cancer which is to be run quarterly, and… Read More

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Where would you go if it were happening to you?

Helplines Partnership annually holds the Helpline Awards to recognise the excellent work helplines do for people who need help and support. I asked one of our Helpline Award judges, Emily Hodge, Coach Therapy Support to tell us about her experience of the process and making those tricky final decisions. Here’s… Read More

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More accessibility for vulnerable people over the festive period

Read how one of our members is increasing accessibility for people needing help and support over the Christmas holidays. The helpline will be open longer to provide that vital lifeline for those in need. The Staffordshire Mental Health Helpline, a free and confidential telephone service that offers support to people… Read More

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Government announces funding pot to develop veteran’s information line

The Ministry of Defence has launched a funding scheme through the Covenant Fund to provide a single point of contact through a single telephone number and website. This will provide an information “clearing house” taking into account the needs of all veterans wherever they may be located. The grant is… Read More

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Member Showcase: Derbyshire Domestic Violence & Abuse Service

The Derbyshire Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Service (DDVSAS) Helpline offers support for people who are suffering from domestic violence. Domestic abuse includes; physical, emotional, sexual or financial abuse inflicted by a partner or family member. Our helpline takes calls from both women and men from anywhere in the country;… Read More

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StepChange Debt Charity

Struggling with debt? Contact StepChange, a member of Helplines Partnership. We’re the UK’s leading debt advice charity, helping over 500,000 people each year who are struggling with money worries. We’ve been helping people for over 20 years now, so we know debt. We understand the causes and see the consequences…. Read More

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The Scope Helpline

Bringing you another member showcase: The Scope helpline is part of the national disability charity, Scope. We offer free, confidential information and emotional support around living with disability. We provide a confidential and safe place for people to talk through their concerns and aim to empower people to get the… Read More

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The Myeloma Infoline

The Myeloma Infoline is a quality accredited, freephone service providing information about myeloma and its treatments, practical advice, emotional support and a listening ear. The Myeloma Information Specialists have a broad understanding of myeloma and are supported by a team of dedicated medical and nursing advisors. 53% of calls are… Read More

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MS Society - for anyone affected by MS

Have a question about MS? Need to talk to someone? Want to find out what’s available near you? The MS Helpline is here for you. The MS Helpline is a UK-wide, confidential* service available to anyone affected by MS, including health and social care workers and students. We understand that… Read More