I need help 


You now feel that you or someone you know may be a victim of sexual exploitation.
Despite what they may say, it's never the fault of the young person being exploited. Even  if you felt okay with things at first and now feel trapped, we understand. When you are talking with the person causing you harm they can be very clever in making you feel like you haven't got a choice, or your actions caused it: but remember​ the responsibility lies with them.

It's okay to speak out; you are not alone. If nobody knows it's happening, nobody can help.


What can I do?


Tell a trusted adult. This can be a parent, grandparent, aunt or there are teams with specialist training who are waiting to help you. This includes your teachers, social services, police and your school nurse.

  • If you are worried about a friend, let someone know, they may be too scared to speak out.
  • Remember, if it's an emergency, always call 999.
  • If you can't speak to someone you trust call or text #saysomething.


Where can I get help?