See a list of resources, organisations and helplines that you can use to help support your child and deal with any concerns you may have about extremism and radicalisation.

What’s on the page

Useful resources

Helplines to get support

Here are a number or organisations and helpline that can offer one-to-one support for you and your child.

Report online material promoting terrorism or extremism

Promoting integration and cohesion within communities by confronting and preventing violent extremism – 020 8279 1258

Anti-terrorist hotline to report suspicious activity – 0800 789 321

For any worries a child may have

Mothers against Violence offers support for children at risk or involved in gun/gang/knife crime

Muslim Youth Helpline (MYH) – 0808 808 2008

Where to report

Here are sites where you can report suspicious activity or material promoting terrorism or extremism.

Online mental wellbeing community

Report suspicious activity

Support service for young people under 25

Help from other organisations

Here is a list of organisations where you can learn more about how to protect your child from extremist influences.

Spotting early signs of radicalisation
Call the national police Prevent advice helpline at 0800 011 37641, open from 09:00-17:00 every day, for quick advice.

Advice for young people

JAN Trust provides services to hard to reach communities

Educate Against Hate – practical advice on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation

FAST support vulnerable families and individuals

Useful information on gangs and violence.

Support and Counselling Services

Should your child need support, counselling or mentoring to cope then these organisations may be able to provide advice and services.

Counselling services for children

A nationwide counselling directory service

How to talk about mental health with your GP

Lesson resources for schools

If you’re a teacher, these resources are available to help teach this difficult topic to children and young people.

Going Too Far – tackling extremism

Act Early – Stories about radicalisation