There is always a way to live a life without knives. If knives are affecting your life or the life of someone you know, you don’t have to face it alone.
Please speak to someone you trust about your concerns.
Speak to an adult you can trust. This could be someone in your family, one of your teachers at school, your School Police Officer, or your youth worker.
If it’s not an emergency, you can contact Fearless completely anonymously to report your concerns.
The best thing to do is talk about the situation with an adult you can trust. If you don’t feel you can, try:
A free, confidential, anonymous helpline for children and young people.
A free, private, and confidential service where you can talk about anything.
Call 999 immediately. Give details of the incident so help can be arranged as quickly as possible.
The following websites provide information about how to help someone who’s been stabbed:
Victim Support is an independent charity dedicated to supporting victims of crime and traumatic incidents. They offer specialist support for young victims of crime as well as parents and professionals who work with young people.
Kicks is a programme for young people in South Wales, offering free football sessions and opportunities for personal development.
Sign up to activities on the CFC Foundation website