Please click on the links below for advice:

5 Ways to wellbeing in isolation

7 ways to support children and young people who are worried

Getting the right balance

Its okay to be me

Managing Social Media

Self care summer – Secondary

Self care top tips for young parents and carers

Taking steps towards living well

What is on my mind

Talking mental health with young people at secondary school

In addition, these are signposts to access mental health support:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/mental-health-helplines/?fbclid=IwAR3CUjp9DCtQFRn_PBKwXgqCUeKsgEJPbh7wUJ2JkA_2t_Nu04JL0jHmUWU
NHS website shows a huge bank of signposting for a range of mental health charities.

https://www.pause.org.uk/
Pause – Works to prevent the damaging consequences of thousands more children being taken into care each year.
Pause works with women who have experienced, or are at risk of, repeated pregnancies that result in children needing to be removed from their care. We aim to give women the opportunity to pause and take control of their lives breaking a destructive cycle that causes both them and their children deep trauma.

https://www.kooth.com/
Kooth provides a free, online counselling and emotional wellbeing platform, available to young people aged 11-18 years in Teeside, Co Durham and North Yorkshire. Kooth allows young people to gain anonymous access to advice, support and guidance on any issue that is affecting their mental health and wellbeing.

Text 85258
Shout 85258 is a free, confidential, 24/7 text messaging support service for anyone who is struggling to cope.

Speak to someone
If you need to speak to someone right now, please contact one of the following 24 hour services:
SAMARITANS: 116 123 / www.samaritans.org
CHILDLINE: 0800 1111 / www.childline.org.uk

https://www.place2be.org.uk/about-us/news-and-blogs/2020/may/coronavirus-helping-children-to-process-loss/
If you are struggling with bereavement visit this page on place to be for tips and suggestions to help ease the situation.