A virtual helpline is available to support children and young people during the COVID-19 crisis.
Children, young people, and the professionals who work with them can still access vital information, advice and advocacy from Meic Cymru, the bilingual, Welsh Government-funded helpline during the COVID-19 crisis.
The service will continue to run as normal, and is contactable via:
This means that young people and professionals alike can still speak to a real person and get the support they need, about any concerns they’re having from 8am – midnight, every day of the week, when face-to-face provisions such as schools and youth centres close due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Additionally, they will be publishing articles giving trustworthy information about the current pandemic to help children, young people, and professionals get to grips with the situation. Read the latest article, Coronavirus: Tips to keep calm.
The Meic resources page will also be updated regularly, to offer the best possible support.
To find out more about what Meic can do to help, please visit the Meic website.
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