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Coronavirus - Stay connected and stay informed

If you have questions or need someone to talk to then you can, online or by phone.

Talking to people who make you feel safe and you can trust is important.

If you can, talk with an adult you trust at home. If this isn't possible, don't worry. There are lots of safe spaces where you can talk online or over the phone to trusted adults whose job is to help children and young people when they need it.

There's no need to feel nervous because we all need someone to talk to, ask questions and get the information we need to be happy, healthy and safe.

Even though there's a lockdown, there are plenty of ways to chat, ask questions and seek advice. We are here to help where we can, with worries or questions you may have - no issue is too big or too small and we will always try to help.

Many services are still running to make sure people who use our services can be happy, healthy and safe, and get what they need from us. You can still get in touch with us for the things you need. Information about how to contact council services and what's available are on www.swansea.gov.uk/covid19councilservices.

 

Check out the Swansea Virtual School for information that may help you with things to do, help with home schooling and study and also further information about where to go for more support.

 

It has our Children's Rights team information hub with a range of information on how children and young people can "keep being you, keep being awesome" during the Covid-19 outbreak.

In addition, there are details of Family Support/Prevention Services provided by other organisations and the type of support they are providing at this time.

 

Info-Nation has a range of information and support on offer.

The one-stop shop for young people aged 11 to 25 provides vital resources, support and advice to them and their families.

As part of its #StayConnected campaign for all young people living in Swansea, Info-Nation is also offering a Daily Digital Drop-in every weekday, between 2.00pm and 4.00pm. It's open to any young people living in Swansea.

Check out www.info-nation.org.uk/

To get in touch, contact www.facebook.com/infonationswansea or www.instagram.com/info_nation_swansea or you can email info-nation@swansea.gov.uk

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