This page contains resources to help with your wellbeing.
Looking after your Mental Health during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Help and advice for families in a digital worldParent Info is a collaboration between Parent Zone and NCA-CEOP, providing support and guidance for parents from leading experts and organisations.
Pause is our city centre drop-in service, based in Digbeth. Run by The Children’s Society, it’s a little bit different to other mental health services you might have experienced. The best bit about Pause is you don’t need an appointment; you can simply drop in for a chat.
You can call ChildLine anytime on 08001111, or visit their website which has lots of useful advice. You can also chat to someone online.
You can call The Samaritans for free on 116 123, 24hours a day, 365 days a year. You can talk to them about anything that is making you feel worried, no matter how big or small.
An NHS initiative to help support people with their mental health. There is lots of information on their website and a button you can click if you need urgent help.
A children and young people’s mental health support charity. There is a ‘find help’ tab at the top of their home page.
Enter your postcode on this website and it will give you a list of services local to you that may be able to help. The school postcode is B31 4BP.
Essential support for under 25’s, you can visit their website or call 0808 808 4994 from 4pm until 11pm daily. They also have a crisis line that you can text 24 hours a day.
Mind can help you make choices about treatment, understand your rights or reach out to sources of support.
Prevention of young suicide. If you are having thoughts of suicide or are concerned for a young person who might be you can contact HOPELINEUK for confidential support and practical advice.
Kooth is a free online counselling and emotional well-being service for children and young people that can be accessed through a tablet, mobile and desktop computer. Kooth is a confidential and anonymous service.
SelfharmUK is a project dedicated to supporting young people impacted by self-harm, providing a safe space to talk, ask any questions and be honest about what’s going on in your life.
Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. They are a champion, guide and friend to anyone affected by eating disorders, giving individuals experiencing an eating disorder and their loved ones a place where they feel listened to, supported and empowered.