Big White Wall is a peer to peer support network for members. It’s a safe space to discuss any emotional problems and get advice on support on any kind of mental health concerns. There are also tools and advice available for you to access to help improve your wellbeing. This is a UK wide support website.
Clinical Depression UK is a website that helps you work out why you may be clinically depressed, how to understand it and how you can overcome it.
This is a members only site with lots of evidence based information for people in the UK and their families.
A UK web based organisation that offers practical and expert emotional support as well as online discussion on a range of topics surrounding depression in yourself or people you care about.
A site run by students for students who are suffering with mental health issues including depression.
Not only do they fundraise and raise awareness but they offer practical and emotional support to students in the UK.
Self-Harm UK is a project dedicated to young people with mental health issues and who self harm. They have a range of information and facts for both young people and parents and also ways to contact someone for help. They often signpost young people to resources local to them for the most effective outcome.
Young Minds has lots of ways to help children and young people who are experiencing any kind of mental health problem. They run a range of schemes to help promote good mental health in schools across the UK as well as guidance towards more 1 to 1 support. There is also a managed service by young people for young people to be able to talk with someone who understands their problems.
You can also call the Young Minds Parent’s Helpline on: 0808 802 5544 (Monday to Friday 9.30am – 4pm, free for mobiles and landlines)
The NSPCC Mental Health team support children and their families with any issues concerning them. Their services include direct confidential family support, local service centres as well as a range of practical services for schools and local groups.
You can contact them through their 24 hour helpline or through their website.
CYPMHC ensure that children’s and young people’s mental health in England is a priority by involving a number of organisations to work together. They work with schools to encourage positivity and ways to manage Emotional Wellbeing with a range of programmes.
Childline helps anyone under 19 in the UK with any Mental Health issues. You can talk to the confidential team through a free helpline or by their online 1-2-1 counsellor chat. You can speak to them in English or Welsh and there is someone available day or night.