Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth
Published on 5 September 2019
Last updated on 5 September 2019
Always inform Tusla when you have reasonable grounds for concern that a child has been, or is at risk of being abused or neglected.
Tusla just requires your reasonable ground for concern. You do not need to prove that abuse has occurred to report a concern.
Reasonable grounds for concern include:
You can report your concern in person, by telephone or in writing to a local social worker.
Contact details for local social workers are available through the link below.
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