If you're ever feeling stressed, anxious or depressed, or just want to feel happier, know you're not alone.
Here is a resource bank of useful links and helplines to support you.
You are not alone
Mental health issues are on the increase, but many people often ignore it. Unlike with physical problems, people with mental health issues are generally expected to “be strong” and not let the issues interfere with work and other responsibilities.
When you're living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, having access to the right resources is vital.
Always remember; you are not alone - there are lots of things you can do and organisations that can help.
On this page you will find various links for you to get advice and training on a range of mental health issues.
Samaritans 116 123
Mind | Infoline 0300 123 3393
HOPELINE UK (under-35s) 0800 068 4141 Bereavement Support 0300 303 4434
Crisis Support Text 'FRONTLINE' to 85258
CALM 0800 58 58 58
Anxiety UK 03444 775 774
OCD Action 0845 390 6232
Panic Attacks 0844 967 4848
National Gambling Helpline 0808 8020 133
Action on Addiction 0300 330 0659
NHS/Drinkline National 0300 123 1110
Eating Disorder Helpline (adults) 0808 801 0677
Eating Disorder Helpline (under-18s) 0808 801 0711
Eating Disorder Studentline 0808 801 0811
Peer Support for Bipolar firstname.lastname@example.org
18-25 Youth Support Line for Bipolar 0333 323 3880
Parenting Helpline 0808 800 2222
Relationship Counselling 0300 0030 396
Domestic Violence Helpline 0808 2000 247
Keeping You E-Safe Support:Our website is available 24/7 for support on important e-safety concerns with young people.
We also have useful links on our website for reporting online abuse and getting in touch with organisations such as NSPCC and Childline.
Keeping You E-Safe also has the following support email addresses:
email@example.com (Scotland, Wales & N.I.)