Asking for help
We all need a bit of help sometimes. But it can be difficult to know how, or who, to ask. We look at some ways you can ask for the help you need.Find Out More
Whether it’s spending time on social media, being with friends and family or going to university – there are things we do every day that impact our mental health. Read our tips and advice on how you can look after yourself.
Tips, advice and guidance on where you can get support for your mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
How you experience social media can affect your mood. That’s why, together with O2, we’ve gathered these tips and advice on how to enjoy a more positive time online.
It’s common to suffer from low self-esteem at some point in your life, but you can do things to make it better. Help boost your wellbeing by trying these seven steps.
We all need a bit of help sometimes. But it can be difficult to know how, or who, to ask. We look at some ways you can ask for the help you need.
However busy you are, it’s important for your mental health to take time out for yourself, relax and recharge the batteries.
Find out how friends and family can help you stay mentally healthy, and get tips on managing changes like divorce or separation.
Find out how drug and alcohol use can affect mental health and where to find more information and support.
As a young carer you can find helping someone very rewarding, but you also have the right to be looked after. Find out what young carers do, how to spot if it’s getting too much and what to do about it.
There are plenty of ways to get involved. Explore how you can become a part of the UK’s leading charity for children and young people's mental health.
Find out how you can get involved with us and help to champion young people when it comes to mental health policy and care.
If you’re aged 14 to 25, then you are key to our mission. We want to put young people at the heart of everything we do whether it’s raising awareness of mental health problems, promoting wellbeing in schools or having your say on how mental health services are delivered in the UK.