Connexions is the new centralised name for the young peoples' advice service offered by the British government. It mainly deals with careers advice, but also offers personal advice. Much like ChildLine, they offer a confidential phone, email and text line which people can contact if they need help.

The Connexions logo is simply the word CONNEXIONS, but with some of the letters joined, so it looks like
 
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Connexions is funded by the British government, but some financial support is given by Virgin Trains. They are under the control of district councils and education departments, and as well as the various phone lines also operate drop in centres (thanks to a scar faery).

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