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The number won’t appear on any bill (landline and mobile).

If you are worried that you, or someone you know, is being abused by their partner, there are people who can help.

If you are being abused, please remember that it’s not your fault and you can get support.

If you have another service provider, you’ll need to check with their customer services team whether the number will be visible on your bill.

Calls are free from landlines, but other mobile services providers may charge.

All calls are confidential and are taken by highly experienced staff.

Click here to find out more on what happens when you call the helpline.

They’ve helped many young people who have been through what you are experiencing; they won’t be shocked or judge you and will be able to give you advice on what to do next.

If you recognise some of the signs of abusive behaviour within your relationship or think you may be hurting someone you love, you can also get help from organisation such as Child Line and the Respect Phoneline.

The Helpline is staffed by fully-trained female support workers who can provide confidential, non-judgmental emotional support and information on a range of issues – from reporting to the police, to accessing local services in your area. You can also call them if you are worried about a friend or someone you know.

The Helpline number will not show up on BT landline phone bills.

If you seeking information about anything related to sexual health, ‘Ask Brook’ is a service that gives support and signposting for anyone under 25, anywhere in the UK.

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