If you are ever feeling unsafe, or have any concerns about you or another cadets wellbeing, whether it's mental or physical - we are here to support you, inside and outside of Sea Cadets.
"When I joined and throughout my time as a cadet I have struggled with my mental health and low self-esteem/confidence. Sea Cadets has helped me with my confidence and it helped me speak up about my mental health".
- Rebecca, Telford
If you have any questions or would like to find out more, get in touch with our safeguarding team.
Email us, or call us on our 24/7 helpline: 0207 654 7014.
If you have any questions or would like to find out more, you can reach out to Childline.
Visit Childline's website, or call Childline's 24/7 helpline: 0800 1111
Yes, you can be anonymous, whether it's through the phone, via email or with our chatbot - you don't have to disclose any information you don't want to.
No, we will not share any information, you wish to keep private. We will, however, act if we think that you are in immediate harm.
Depending on the information you have shared with us, we will begin to research and make contact with the necessary people to look into it further.
No, we are here to protect you. It is our job to make sure no harm comes to you no matter the source.
Yes, if you think something is up, it is important to let us know. It may be nothing, but it is better to look into it and make sure that everything is okay.
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