Big White Wall
Online counselling service for young people aged 16+.
The Campaign against Living Miserably aims to reduce suicide rates among young men in the UK.
Prepares young people for their first visit to their GP to talk about their mental health.
Support and signposting for young people under the age of 25. Telephone, email, text and web chat support.
Online counselling and support for children and young people.
Time to Change
Personal stories from young people about why mental health matters
Offers information about bipolar disorder, an online community, and a peer support line.
Advice and support for dealing with bullying.
Scotland's anti-bullying service working with adults involved in the lives of children and young people to give them the practical skills and confidence to deal with children who are bullied and those who bully others.
Charlie Waller Memorial Trust
Includes information for children and young people on how to recognise the signs of depression.
My CAMHS Choice
Information and support for young people who have been referred to the CAMHS system.
Students Against Depression
Information, advice and real-life stories for university students struggling with depression.
Drugs and alcohol
Information about drug and alcohol problems.
Support (including online counselling) for CYP affected by a parental addiction.
Information and support for children and young people affected by a parent’s alcohol use.
Beat Eating Disorders
Helplines, online support and self-help groups on all types of eating disorder.
Resources for young people who hear, see and sense things that others don’t. Support for parents is also offered.
Information for young people around medication, mental health and life.
Information and support on OCD, including online support forums.
Information and support on self-harm in children and young people.
National Self-Harm Network
A forum providing crisis support, resources and advice on dealing with self-harm.
Recover Your Life
Information and support around self-harm. Includes forums, online chat, open 24/7.
Self Harm UK
Information for parents and professionals on self-harming behaviour.