CLIC Sargent community
Our online community is a friendly digital space for 16 to 24-year-olds to share experiences, make friends, find useful information and support each other through difficult times. You must be aged 16 to 24, and have, or have had cancer to join.
Big White Wall
A safe online community of people who are anxious or finding it difficult to cope who support each other by sharing what’s troubling them, guided by trained professionals. Available 24/7, Big White Wall is completely anonymous so you can express yourself freely and openly.
Mind - peer support directory
Describes peer support services and lists places to access them by area, including community groups, mentoring, befriending, self-help groups, online communities and support groups.
Beat - beating eating disorders
Beat is dedicated to supporting people with eating disorders and have message boards, online support groups, and regional support services so you can talk to others with similar experiences. They also run phone and email helplines.
Call the Youth Helpline free on 0808 801 0711
The Counselling Directory website provides information about different types of counselling and other therapies, as well as a postcode-searchable database of counsellors and psychotherapists from across the UK.
It can be hard to talk to people when you're having difficulties with your mental health. Doc Ready helps prepare for the first time you visit a doctor to discuss your mental health by building a checklist so you don't miss anything and simple info and tips on what to expect.
Straightforward information about mental health conditions and their medications. It also includes stories from other young people.
Lifeline is a crisis phone line for people in Northern Ireland experiencing distress or despair. The helpline is available 24 hours a day.
NHS Choices - Youth Mental Health
An information hub offering young people advice and help on mental health problems including depression, anxiety and stress. You can also complete a mood questionnaire to help you understand how you feel.
Papyrus - prevention of young suicide
Papyrus provides confidential help and advice to young people and anyone worried about a young person. If this is how you feel, please visit their website or call HOPELineUK - a specialist telephone service staffed by trained professionals who give non-judgemental support, practical advice and information.
Call HOPELineUK on 0800 068 41 41 or text 07786 209697
Samaritans volunteers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide confidential support on any issue. They can be contacted by phone, email and letter, and also offer face-to-face support at local branches across the UK.
SupportLine is a confidential, non-judgemental service providing emotional support by phone, email or post, allowing young people from across the UK to talk through any issue they may be experiencing.
The Mix is here to help you take on any challenge you’re facing - from mental health to money, from homelessness to finding a job, from break-ups to drugs. Get in touch online, via social or a free, confidential helpline.
0808 808 4994
TheSite.org provides online information and advice on a variety of issues that affect 16 to 25-year-olds – from sex and relationships, to health and wellbeing, to legal and money problems – through articles, an online community and their confidential question and answer service.
Young Minds is a charity committed to improving the wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. You'll find plenty of advice on their website about specific conditions like anxiety, depression and eating disorders, and where to go for more support.
Young Scot Extra provides information for 11 to 26-year-olds in Scotland on a range of topics to help make the transition into independent living, including articles on keeping healthy and managing money. Young people can also request information from Young Scot through their confidential phone or email help services.
Youth Access an advice and counselling network for young people. You can find free and confidential counselling, advice or information services locally using their postcode search.
In Hand acts as a digital friend to help you in times of stress or low mood, taking you through different activities depending on how you're feeling.
Got a problem, need local help? StepFinder pin-points your nearest local support service and shows you how to get there using your phone.
Wellmind is a free NHS mental health and wellbeing app designed to help you with stress, anxiety and depression The app includes advice, tips and tools to improve your mental health and boost your wellbeing.