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  1. Factsheet 65: Need help? Call a 116 number!

    01/08/2009- 02:00 Full factsheet Missing child? Need to talk? The Commission has reserved the family of 116 telephone numbers for social services help-lines. Citizens in need will be able to use the same number all over the European Union. More factsheets ...

    - 02/09/2014 - 09:21

  2. 116111 Child Helplines

    31/05/2012- 02:00 The number 116 111 for child helplines is addressed directly to children who seek someone to talk to and provide assistance. The service helps children in need of care and protection and links them to services and resources; it provides ...

    - 02/09/2014 - 09:21

  3. About 116 helplines

    Discover the 116 helplines! 116 helplines 116 is a range of easy-to-remember and free-of-charge phone numbers to assist children and adults in need. The European Commission has reserved five short numbers with a single format 116 + 3 digits for helplines ...

    - 02/09/2014 - 09:28

  4. 2012 Eurobarometer Survey on 116

    31/05/2012- 02:00 In March 2012, the Commission carried out a Eurobarometer survey to assess the level of awareness in the Member States and the evolution of the public opinion since 2011. 2012 Eurobarometer Survey Telecoms Brochure ...

    (not verified) - 02/09/2014 - 09:28

  5. State of play on the implementation of the 116 numbers

    06/05/2013- 02:00 This document gives an updated overview of the current state of play on the implementation of the numbers 116 000 (hotline for missing children), 116006 (helplines for victims of crime), 116111 (child helplines), 116117 (non-emergency me ...

    - 02/09/2014 - 09:28