If you have a secret that is making you unhappy or worried, you do not have to deal with it alone.
BRIS Children’s Helpline
Anyone under 18 can ring the BRIS children’s helpline and talk to an adult about any subject.
It’s free of charge, and we won’t see your number on our phones.
You don’t need to tell us who you are and you choose what you want to talk about.
If you need more help, ask to talk to one of our BRIS counsellors.
Everyday friend (chat hotline)
You are never as alone as you may sometimes feel.
Everyday friend is the Red Cross chat hotline for everyone under 25 years. When you chat you are anonymous and you decide what you want to talk about. You can talk about things you don’t want to talk to anyone else about or are afraid to share.
Monday–Friday, 6 pm–10 pm,
Weekends, 2 pm–6 pm.
www.youmo.se (other languages)
The online service for young people aged 13 to 25.
The website has information on sex, health and relationships.
There’s a place to ask UMO staff questions anonymously, and also some good suggestions for what to do if you don’t feel well.
A gateway to the 60 support services for girls across the country.
Anyone who is or feels that they are a girl can use the Tjejjouren.se site to get useful information and contact details for a support service.
Support is available via chat, email or phone.
A site for anyone aged 10–18 who is or feels that they are a boy to talk things over and chat.
Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 7 pm–9 pm, or contact them by email through the website at any time.
Not for sale
Not For Sale (Inte till salu) is a website about young people who self-harm using sex.
Who feel they’re invisible.
Who experience shame and guilt because they choose to take their pain away by putting themselves in dangerous situations, both on the internet and IRL.
Not For Sale will help anyone – girls, boys, people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer – friends – parents – people who work with young people.
Safeselfie is a website about the involuntary distribution of pictures and films with sexual content on the internet.
What happens when something is distributed and gets out of control?When something doesn’t feel right?Find out what action you can take, whether you are a friend, a parent, an adult working with children or young people or someone affected personally.
1,000 Opportunities (1000 Möjligheter) is a not-for-profit organisation working to support those aged 25 or under who have sex for payment or who self-harm with sex.
If you need help and support, contact 1,000 Opportunities.
070- 955 31 53
The best time to ring us is weekdays, 1 pm–5 pm.
NB: To ensure the safety of any callers seeking support, we never return a missed call.
So please ring again, or send an email to
The Swedish Data Protection Authority provides advice on what to do if you have been mistreated on the internet.
Novahuset is for boys and girls who have been the victim of some form of sexual abuse or mistreatment or need someone to talk to.
Their live messaging service is available on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, 7 pm–9 pm.
Novahuset also offers an email service and counselling and can provide support when dealing with agencies and authorities.
In addition, the organisation often runs teaching sessions in schools.
You can use their services without giving your name, and all enquiries will remain confidential.
Denna sida uppdaterades 2019-05-09 av Carl-Johan Uhlin