How Pace supports parents


Pace offers one-to-one telephone support, national and local meet-ups with other affected parents and information on how parents can work in partnership with police and social care

If you have recently found out your child is being sexually exploited, or if you have concerns that they might be at risk, we recommend that you call Pace and speak to one of our experienced Parent Support Workers.

We can talk through your immediate concerns, help you to assess the level of danger your child is in, and signpost you to agencies in your area who may be able to give you local support. Ongoing support is also available through our national parent support team, and through our online parent forum and parent network days.

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Advice centre

Information guides on specific aspects of child sexual exploitation.

View guides

Parents’ forum

Connect online with other parents who understand to share information, resources and advice.

Parents’ forum

Parent network days

Pace arranges events to enable affected parents to meet each other, share experiences and offer one another support.

View upcoming events