There are good web pages for children and young people at Migrationsverket (The Swedish Migrations Board).
You can call BRIS at 116 111 if you need someone to talk to. It doesn’t cost anything and you do not have to give them your name.
Children’s Rights in Society – BRIS
Children who need to talk to an adult can call Children’s Rights in Society (BRIS). BRIS is an organisation that helps children and young people who are worried or have a problem. There is no charge for calls to BRIS Anyone under the age of 18 years can call BRIS on the phone number 116 111 and talk to an adult about anything at all. It is free. Your number is not seen on the phones at BRIS. Nor can you see in the telephone bill that someone has called the number. On the right-hand side of this page you will find a link to the BRIS website.
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
Almost all countries have laws and regulations to protect children and young people. Children and young people in Sweden and protected by both international and national laws.
Sweden has signed the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. A convention is rules that several countries have agreed on. The Convention on the Rights of the Child contains rules to protect the human rights of children.
Websites with information, advice and support
National helpline for women
FPES, Full Personality Expression Sweden
ROKS, the National Organisation for Women’s Shelters and Young Women's Shelters in Sweden
Save the Children's Helpline
My Advice & Support
BRIS (Children’s Rights in Society)
Yuomo - A web-based youth guidance centre, with information in several languages
Somaya women’s and young women’s shelter
RFSU – the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education
RFSL – the Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights
About Social Services