We know how hard it can be to deal with mental health issues. Below is a selection of free resources, providing information, advice and support.
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INFORMATION AND ADVICE
NSPCC - Recognising Signs of Child Mental Health
The NSPCC are the leading children’s charity in the UK, specialising in child protection and dedicated to protecting children today to prevent abuse tomorrow. They’re the only UK children’s charity with statutory powers, which means they can take action to safeguard children at risk of abuse.
MIND - Useful Contacts for Support
Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Life Sciences Connect
In this episode Deloitte’s panel of industry experts dive into the key trends and challenges facing the consumer health industry.
With increased access to information, greater levels of choice and improved functionality of products and technology, consumers are increasingly taking a more proactive role in managing their own health.
ORGANISATIONS SUPPORTING CHILD MENTAL HEALTH
Anna Freud Centre
The Anna Freud Centre work with those who bring up children and young people or work directly with them, from parents to foster carers, teachers, social workers and mental health professionals – those who know children and young people; designing approaches around the needs of young people then scaling them up; empowering the parents, carers and millions of professionals working with children and learning from them.
Boingboing aims to model and promote resilience research and practice that challenges social inequalities, in pursuit of a loving, fun and fair world where individuals from all walks of life are valued and respected. They are a community of individuals of all ages, in paid, volunteer and student roles who aim to co-design, co-produce and co-deliver everything they do.
Young Minds is fighting for a world where no young person feels alone with their mental heath. Read their strategy to find out how they plan to ensure all young people can get the mental health support they need, when they need it, no matter what.
Place2Be is a pioneer in early intervention. They help schools understand and identify mental health problems, enable children to focus on learning and give them tools to cope with challenges throughout their lives.
They offer a range of different mental health support services to meet schools’ needs. Their services include a devoted on-site mental health professional who runs these services.
Mental and behavioral health is core to total health. The SilverCloud® by Amwell® platform provides accessible, scalable, digital behavioural healthcare.
They deliver measurable results for our many customer organizations as well as the individuals who use our programs.
Kooth is the longest established digital mental health provider in the UK. Their team of clinical psychologists and accredited counsellors are at the forefront of what they do. With over 200 counsellors and emotional wellbeing practitioners they look after thousands of service users each day.
Young Wellbeing Hub
Early in thier journey, Young Wellbeing Hub was commissioned by an NHS trust to carry out autism assessments for children aged under five years old. Since then they have offered private autism assessments and worked with the likes of the Department for Education, conducting assessments and offering support to education settings and families.
The Recovery Village
The Recovery Village (Palmer Lake)
The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake is one of Colorado’s leading addiction and mental health disorder treatment facilities. Each year, our all-encompassing approach to treatment and ongoing care helps hundreds begin the lifelong path toward recovery.
Learn more about their location, amenities and full continuum of care here.