Childline highlights service here for all children and young people, following Dublin tragedy

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The Childline listening service, as delivered by the ISPCC, is reminding all children, young people and families that the service can be contacted for free and in confidence, following news of the tragic loss of lives in South Dublin today.

Any child or young person up to the age of 18 in Ireland can contact Childline by calling 1800 66 66 66, chatting online at Childline.ie, or texting to 50101.

Childline is here to listen to and support children and young people in relation to any issue which may be on their mind, or if they would simply like to talk. The service is non-judgmental, non-directive and available nationwide.

The ISPCC also provides support to parents and carers, through the ISPCC’s Support Line service. The service can be contacted at any time by emailing [email protected], or between 9am and 1pm Monday – Friday by calling 01 243 2000.

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