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  NSPCC launches Asian helpline
Updated 07 November 2001, 17.29
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The NSPCC has launched a new helpline for children who speak Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi or Gujarati.

The children's charity the NSPCC says it wants to make it easier for Asian children to get help if they're facing problems at home or school.

The charity's boss said: "It overcomes the barriers of language and cultural differences, that would otherwise exclude them from the services offered by the NSPCC."

Helpine numbers

The free Asian helpline is open 11am to 7pm, Monday to Friday and has different numbers for each language.

Here are the numbers if you or a friend want to contact the NSPCC:

  • Bengali/Sylheti 0800 096 7714

  • Gujarati 0800 096 7715

  • Hindi 0800 096 7716

  • Punjabi 0800 096 7717

  • Urdu 0800 096 7718

  • English Asian service 0800 096 7719


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