Who

Safeline Young People

SLYP is a place where you can learn new skills, increase self-esteem and develop resilience.

Be empowered with the knowledge of how to stay safe and find the confidence to deal with difficult situations that affect young people.

SLYP is a safe place for you to share your experiences, get advice and support and find out about awesome events happening near you.

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What

What We Do

At Safeline we know that our services can make a difference and we have over 20 years’ experience of working with young people who have suffered abuse so that they can heal from their experiences.

Last year we worked with hundreds of students in schools, youth clubs and other settings on creative projects that would help them to gain new skills and build confidence as well as learning how to stay safe. We train teachers, youth leaders and other professionals in child protection and safeguarding and enable them to understand and work with children and young people.

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Why

Why SLYP?

SLYP gives young people a platform to support each other by sharing their experiences and ideas through blogs. Young people helping each other promotes a sense of community and support at SLYP.

Young people using SLYP can get advice and support through our helpline staff and also find out about projects and courses.

We want to keep you safe – We’ll give you the skills to stay safe wherever you are – at school, at home, online

We want you to have fun! – Our main aim is to make your experience fun and exciting

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Talk

Talk to Us

There are loads of ways you can get in touch with us. If you’re worried, have questions or need some advice our friendly team are here to help.

We are open:

Monday 10am-4pm

Tuesday 8am-8pm

Wednesday 10am-4pm

Thursday 8am-8pm

Friday 10am-4pm

Saturday 10am-12 noon

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hair and beauty

i loved this course and it helped me so much from talking to new people to learning new makeup skills. i always struggle talking to new people but after this course i think i could be less anxious doing so. It was so fun and i would 1000% do it again or any other course…

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Warwick Folk Festival

What a fab day on Saturday! Loved all the stalls and musical acts, especially a performance by three girls who had been on a Safeline music course. Such a good atmosphere and really enjoyed chatting to the public and handing out SLYP leaflets. Can’t wait for next year.

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A Smile a Day

Firstly, I’m not a mental health expert at all. I just want to share a little something that’s helped me through some everyday lows and a few tough times. So it sounds silly, and almost too simple – but everyone knows the phrase “grin and bear it” and it’s genuinely such good advice. I did…

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Look after your friends at Parties!

Everyone goes to them, the remarkable and infamous house party that everyone praises and waits eagerly to attend in flashy outfits and dresses to impress. However you as a good person should look out for your friends, if you see your innocent friend wearing a piece of clothing that appears demeaning or inappropriate then you,…

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Stratford Upon Avon Lions Young Ambassador competition

A fantastic performance by Cora our Safeline Student Lead at the Stratford Upon Avon Lions Young Ambassador competition. It was a wonderful evening on Thursday 5th July with several young people giving passionate pitches for their chosen community work. Well done to Cora who progresses to the regional event in Birmingham during November.

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Inspirational Women in Music

It’s festival season. Our television screens and radios have been taken over by live music but how many female acts have been chosen to take the stage? Not all that many it turns out. According to a recent article in The Times, four fifths of acts booked for festivals are male… Shocker. So here’s our question…

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