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Useful information for Parents around Mental Health & Well-being
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Helplines and websites:
Child-line Get help and advice about a wide range of issues, call them on 0800 1111, talk to a counsellor online, send Child-line an email or post on the message boards.
Young Minds The Parents Helpline is available to offer advice to anyone worried about a child or young person under 25. You may have questions about a child’s behaviour, emotional well-being, or mental health condition. You may have a child who’s already been admitted to CAMHS and have questions about their treatment or want to know what to say to your GP when you visit them. Call 0808 802 5544 or visit the website.
NSPCC If you are worried about a child you can contact their trained helpline counsellors for 24/7 help, advice and support 0808 0800 5000.
The Mix 0808 808 4994 - Free information and support for under 25's in the UK. Get advice about sex, relationships, drugs, mental health, money & jobs.
Relate -Providers of counselling services to Children from age 5 and their families 01274 726096 .
Supportline -Listed on here are some helplines and websites where children and young people can get information, advice and support.
Charlie Waller Memorial Trust- aims to increase public awareness of the nature, symptoms and dangers of depression and reduce the stigma attached to mental illness.
Winstons Wish - the UK’s childhood bereavement charity. We support children and their families after the death of a parent or sibling.
If you are concerned that yourself or another is experiencing a Mental Health crisis-Urgent Help:
To access official advice given by the NHS on dealing with a mental health crisis, you can click here and see what steps to take and at which point to take those measures.