Self-help websites for young people
At Westminster Primary School we take the wellbeing and mental health of our pupils seriously and we would encourage all pupils to come and speak to a member of staff about any issues or problems no matter how small. Sometimes, pupils want to speak to somebody that is not connected to the school, so we have put together the following links and info to external agencies that work with children and young people.
Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people.
We’re leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges. We’re here to make sure they get the best possible mental health support and have the resilience to overcome life’s difficulties.
The crisis in children and young people’s mental health is real and it is urgent. More children and young people than ever before are reaching out for help with their mental health. But for those who take that brave step, help is much too hard to find.
Childline is yours – a free, private and confidential service where you can be you. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, however you want to get in touch. We're here for you online, on the phone, anytime.
The Mix is the UK’s leading support service for young people. We are 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. Talk to us via online, social or our free, confidential helpline.
We’re there for people when they need us, which could be any time of day or night.
People talk to us for as long as they like, as many times as they like.
We don't rush, interrupt or push anyone out of the door. We let people lead the conversation at their own pace.
There's no waiting lists, and no assessments.
Confidential information and advice for anyone concerned about their own or someone else's drug or solvent misuse.
B-EAT youth helpline
Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. We began life in 1989 as the first national charity for people with eating disorders because of a merger of two local charities. Called the Eating Disorders Association, we have grown and developed over time to become Beat.
Our vision is for all children to grow up in a world free from bullying and harm, with adults who keep them safe and help them to reach their full potential.
Our mission is to provide children, families, carers and professionals with advice, training and practical tools to prevent bullying and protect young lives.
Winston's Wish was the UK’s first childhood bereavement charity – supporting bereaved children since 1992.
As the first charity to establish child bereavement support services in the UK, we continue to lead the way in providing specialist child bereavement support services across the UK, including in-depth therapeutic help in individual, group and residential settings.