We are ready to provide you with support, advice and rapid help in any dangerous situation you might find yourself

Do you need immediate help?

Have you left home/care, or are thinking of doing so?

Do you need immediate help?


If you feel you are at immediate risk of harm, it is important to get help as soon as possible.

If you can, ask someone nearby for help.

As well as calling 112 for help from the emergency services in your country (police, ambulance, etc), you may also call the 116 000 hotline for missing children (for free) which works across Europe.

Call 116 000

Have you left home/care or thinking of doing so?


You can call the 116 000 hotline for free across Europe. The person who answers the call will be able to provide support and advice about your situation in your local language. You may also choose to call your local police for help, or other children’s organisations in your country (see list below). If you a have friend or adult you trust, you can ask them to help you make contact for support.

If you tried calling the hotline, but could not get through or if you still have problems, please send an email to: info@missingchildreneurope.eu.

Do you have a friend or loved one missing?

In what other situations can we help you?

Do you have a friend or know a person missing?


You can call the 116 000 hotline for free in all of Europe to ask for support and advise. You may also provide them with information that can help protect them.

You may provide them with information that can help protect them.

You may also choose to inform your local police of any information you have.

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In what other situations can we help you?


If you would like to talk to someone or need advice on issues related to violence, abuse of any kind, bulling, problems at school or home, then you can also call the 116 111 child helpline that provides this type of support.

The helpline works similarly to the 116 000 hotline but provides more daily and ongoing support.

Call 116 000

Looking for other local support in your country?

Contact one of our 116 000 hotline members in your country!

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
29 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin
info@ispcc.ie
www.ispcc.ie

SOS II Telefono Azzurro
Contatti
www.azzurro.it

Centrum Internationale Kinderontvoering
info@kinderontvoering.org
www.kinderontvoering.org

Linka detskej istoty, n. o.
info@ldi.sk
www.ldi.sk

Association of Police Officers of Slovenia

https://www.policija.si/eng/
gp.policija@policija.si

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