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Antibiotic Research UK – Together we can save modern medicine

We talked to our member Antibiotic Research UK to find out more about their work, the importance of effective antibiotics that work, the danger and implications of antibiotic resistance and the support they offer people through the charity’s helpline. What is Antibiotic Resistance? We all know the value of antibiotics… Read More

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Strength in Numbers – Reflecting on Helplines Partnership Annual Conference 2019

It was fantastic to see so many members at our Conference on 6 November in Birmingham. The day was an opportunity to celebrate with all the organisations and individuals who won awards, learn from our seminar hosts and guest speakers and recognise and reflect on the incredibly valuable services that… Read More

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Looking back on 2018's Annual Conference

If you missed the 2018 Annual Conference, you can watch this short video to get a real flavour of the event. It features interviews with Paula Ojok, our Chief Executive, Anne-Marie Sabaroche from Family Rights Group, Karen Millard from SAIL and Maureen Sneddon from Citizens Advice Scotland. The theme of the… Read More

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How you’ve helped shape this year’s Helplines Partnership Conference

It’s less than two weeks to go until this year’s Annual Conference and Awards. Over the summer, we heard from a lot of helplines through a series of events we hosted for our members and non-members. One of the questions we asked was ‘if you had a magic wand, what… Read More

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Unlock – the national charity for people with convictions

People with criminal convictions can often face stigma and obstacles because of their criminal record long after they’ve served their sentence. We talked to Debbie Sadler, Advice Manager at our member Unlock about the help and support the charity offers through their helpline and website. What a difference 10 years… Read More

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GamCare and the National Gambling HelpLine

As gambling behaviour is increasingly a subject of public health and policy interest we talked to Catherine Sweet, Head of Marketing and Communications, at our member GamCare about the work they do to prevent gambling becoming a problem and supporting people if it does. Understanding the risks “For many people… Read More

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Helpline tackles human trafficking

Figures from the National Crime Agency show that in the three months from April to June 2017, 1090 victims potential victims of human trafficking were reported in England, 52 in Wales, 47 in Scotland and 11 in Northern Ireland. The 1,200 potential victims were from 83 different nationalities with Albania,… Read More

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The power of listening

In a powerful and very personal TED Talk, our Chair and the CEO of The Silver Line, Sophie Andrews shares how a helpline became her lifeline. In the short video, Sophie talks about how as a young girl, being sexually abused by her father and his friends, she made a… Read More

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TV show highlights young carers

Darlington Young Carers Service supports children and young people aged from 5 to 25 years and their families, to reduce the impact of their caring responsibilities. Linda O’Neill, Project Leader, tells how she became involved with Helplines Partnership’s 2017 Annual Conference.   “The parent of one of our young carers,… Read More

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A new experience for TV show host

I first had the pleasure of meeting Chrissy B at a “Walking Out of Darkness” event in Battersea Park back in May 2017. We got talking and I learnt more about Chrissy and her TV show on Sky and YouTube. The idea grew into trying something new at our 2017… Read More