NSPCC Launches a New Service Center in Sheffield

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NSPCC Launches a New Service Center in Sheffield

As per recent reports, it has been proposed that National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), a charity campaigning and working for child protection, has launched a new service center in Sheffield on April 24.

It has been reported that NSPCC will be introducing three new programmes in the city, by the launch of this center. It has been discovered that the center will be providing child protection services to some of the most susceptible children and families.

Detailed reports regarding the programmes to be introduced illustrate that the programmes will be looking after the protection of the children. Furthermore, children whose parents are into habit of drinking and taking drugs and there after neglecting the children and ill-treating them are termed to be at a higher risk of abuse, such children will even be supported, a sexual abuse therapeutic programme, and a parental support service to help first-time parents to care for their baby.

The launch of the center was done by one of the young ambassadors of NSPCC. It has been revealed that the official launch of the center on George Street was witnessed by 80 visitors and even some of the top officials of the charity were a part of the opening.


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