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.
Brighton based charity with a simple but powerful goal: that no one should have to contemplate suicide alone. We believe suicide prevention is everyone’s business and together we can make our communities safer from suicide.
Self Harm Support at Harmless Harmless is a user led organisation that provides a range of services about self harm including support, information, training and consultancy to people who self harm, their friends and families and professionals. Harmless was set up by people who understand self harm and at the heart of our service is a real sense of hope. We know that with the right support and help life can get better. We hope that you find this site a safe and helpful resource.
Confidential helpline Call our free and confidential helpline for support Family Lives offers a confidential and free* helpline service (previously known as Parentline). Please call us on 0808 800 2222 for information, advice, guidance and support on any aspect of parenting and family life, including bullying. Our helpline service is open 9am – 9pm, Monday to Friday and 10am – 3pm Saturday and Sunday.
Have you been referred to CAMHS or are you interested in finding out about it? This website features video interviews with real clinicians and young people. You might like to look at this with a friend, trusted adult, or your CAMHS worker.
This website has been created by young people with experience of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
A website that provides information for teens on bullying, body changes, alcohol, drugs, accidents, moods, sex and not feeling well, including a virtual surgery and quizzes. This resource was developed in conjunction with the RCGP Adolescent Health Group.
Allsorts is a project based in Brighton to support and empower young people under 26 who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or unsure (LGBTU) of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. – See more at: http://www.allsortsyouth.org.uk/#sthash.y8bMBvnA.dpuf
We work to improve support, services and recognition for anyone living with the challenges of caring, unpaid, for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems.
You can call the Carers Direct helpline on 0300 123 1053 if you need help with your caring role and want to talk to someone about what options are available to you. If you are busy at certain times of day, you can send the Carers Direct helpline a message and ask for an adviser to call you back for free at a time that is convenient to you.
Are you a parent or carer who is concerned about your child? Or perhaps you just want some hints and tips on parenting? MindEd for Families has online advice and information from trusted sources and will help you to understand and identify early issues and best support your child.
We help older people experiencing mental health problems. We can assess your condition and provide you with care and support that’s tailored to your individual needs. We want to help you live as independently as possible.
We all tend to get more forgetful as we get older. But dementia is different. It is a brain disease which often starts with memory problems, but goes on to affect many other parts of the brain, producing: difficulty coping with day-to-day tasks difficulty communicating changes in mood, judgment or personality.
The UCL Dementia Research Centre is a hub for clinical research into various forms of dementia.
Our work focuses on identifying and understanding the disease processes that cause dementia, the factors that influence these disease processes, and how best to support people with dementia and their families. In addition to our research, we also provide a cognitive disorders clinic within the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.
Cruse is here to support you after the death of someone close. Find out how get help for yourself or for a child by reading our articles, or contacting us for telephone, email, or face-to-face services.
Our aim is to help you to try and make sense of the world you find yourself in, a strange world, that you don’t know anymore. We recognise that some people need extra support when they experience bereavement. The Bereavement Centre was created to support you in your journey of grief, so that you don’t feel so alone.
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, you’re not alone. Find out what to expect, get information, practical advice and support, hear from experts and read about other people’s experiences.