HomeEmotional health and wellbeing support for under 17 year oldsNational Helplines and Websites
Jargon Buster – what does it all mean? The definitions provided within the Jargon Buster have been developed and approved by young people for other young people.
On my mind aims to empower young people to make informed choices about their mental health and wellbeing. This website have been co-produced by young people to help other young people
A simple, ever-evolving resource to help keep yourself well and take appropriate action if things start to go less well.
Everything you wanted to know about your health.
A guide to help you look after yourself during your GCSEs.
Childline is a free and confidential help line Phone: 08001111.
NSPCC is a national charity that works with children, young people and their families.
Self-care is about the things we can do to look after our own mental health. We’re sharing these strategies with you to help you to manage your wellbeing. It’s up to you to decide what helps. If it works, keep doing it. If it doesn’t, stop and try something else.
Young Minds is a national website with information, advice and support links.
Rise Above is a national website with information, advice and support links.
HOPELineUK – help for young people who maybe suffering with suicidal thoughts. Opening hours are 10am-10pm weekdays, 2pm-10pm weekends, and 2pm-5pm Bank Holidays. Phone: 0800 068 41 41.
Find out about issues that can affect your mental health and what support or treatment you can get including self – help materials, contacting a counsellor or taking medication.
MENCAP has a helpline for young people with learning disabilities. Phone: 0808 808 1111.
Samaritans have a 24/7 help line, contact them if you feeling depressed or suicidal. Phone: 116123.