The Child Safety Helpline (Linka detskej istoty in Slovak) is a Slovakian NGO providing psychological and emotional support for children. The helpline itself was established in 1996, first as an initiative of the Slovakian UNICEF Committee. Since 2014, the service has been operated by the Child Safety Helpline as an independent non-profit organisation.

How can it help you

If you have any trouble in your private life, facing problems in your family or in school, call 116 111 for a non-stop helpline, send an e-mail to or contact the Helpline via chat

You can also ask for support if you are a victim of cyberbullying or sexual harassment or you feel that your personal data have been misused. 

If you need help while being on the run or you are considering running away from home, you can call 116 000 or contact


  • Providing psychological and emotional support for children in trouble or missing children 
  • Providing consultancy to parents or other adults seeking advice in their effort to help children in trouble 
  • Raising awareness about the rights of the child and supporting children’s participation rights and skills
  • Participation in the Amber Alert Programme, an international alert system to help children being in imminent threat of their life or health

More information & Contacts

Tel: 116 000
Tel: 116 111 (clients)
Na vŕšku 338/6
811 01 Bratislava
Slovak Republic
UNICEF Slovakia (Slovenská nadácia pre UNICEF)
Michalská 371/7
811 01 Bratislava
Slovak Republic
Last updated 07/03/2024