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Safeguarding means protecting the health, wellbeing and human rights of adults at risk, enabling them to live safely, free from abuse and neglect. … It is about people and organisations working together to prevent and reduce both the risks and expereince of abuse or neglect. We’re here for you!

Safeguarding you!

Pathway Group are committed to practices that protect children and young adults at risk from harm, radicalisation and exploitation.

Our staff recognise our responsibilities to develop an awareness of the issues that may cause children and young adults harm and adopt appropriate safeguarding practices to minimise the chances of abuse.

Everyone has the right to live, learn and work in safety, free from abuse, harm and neglect.

Abuse harm and neglect can occur anywhere: at home, work, a public place, college.. Anywhere.

Where to find help

If we don’t offer a specific service then we will always try to signpost you to someone who can help. This is not an exhaustive list so if you need any other information or help that isn’t in this card please speak to one of our advisors in confidence and they will be ableto give advice and signpost you tothe right help.

AL – Anon Family Groups:

  • For families and friends of problem drinkers
  • 0800 0086 811

Alcoholics Anonymous:

  • Offer advice and support and helpothers to recover from alcoholism
  • Tel: 0800 9177 650

Drinkline: Advice on sensible drinking and alcohol misuse

  • 0300 1231 110


  • Drugs and legal advice for users, families and friends
  • 0207 3242 989

Drug Support Groups – Narcotics Anonymous:

  • Run around the country offering support for peopleon drugs
  • 0300 999 1212

Cocaine Anonymous

  • 0800 6120225


  • Information and support about solvents and volatile substance abuse (VSA) issues
  • 01785810762

Talk to Frank:

  • Information about drugs for people who use them,their friends, families and colleagues.
  • 0300 1236600