24 Hour Mental Health Help Line 0800 183 0558.
A confidential helpline for anyone with mental health needs and their carers.
Childline contact number 0800 11 11 .
A new online tool has been launched by Childline and the Internet Watch Foundation, which will allow the under 18s to report any nude image of themselves that have found their way onto the internet. This is simply done by creating an account with Childline and reporting a particular image.
CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) – help and support online.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) single point of access for advice and support 01924 304 172.
Carersuk Coronavirus guidance.
Change Grow Live (CGL) offer a confidential drug and alcohol service for young people 0808 169 8711.
Combined Minds app-based support to help families and friends support young people with their mental health.
Covid-19 Mental Health and Wellbeing.
Find out how to get help if you or someone you know is a victim of domestic abuse.
Doc Ready helps people to prepare to talk to somebody about mental health, including a doctor.
Elefriends (side by side) a safe place to listen, share and be heard.
Heads Above the Waves online advice, support and coping strategies for young people suffering from depression and self-harm.
Help At The Hub a new Wakefield service to help everyone deal with the impact of the Covid crisis on jobs, finances and much more
ICON Babies Cry, You Can Cope programme supports parents and carers manage normal infant crying and to prevent abusive head trauma injuries to babies caused by shaking, also referred to as ‘shaken baby syndrome’.
Kooth free, safe and anonymous online support for 11 to 19 year olds.
The Lullaby Trust raises awareness of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), provides expert advice on safer sleep for babies and offers emotional support for bereaved families
Meetwo offers a safe and secure forum for teenagers to discuss any issues that are affecting their lives.
Metropolitan Police: The Little Book of Big Scams.
Migrant Information Hub Information for migrants and services in Yorkshire and Humber.
Mindout online instant message service that is confidential and anonymous to support and improve the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTQ communities.
MIND: Coronavirus and your wellbeing.
NHS: Every Mind Matters.
NHS: Mood assessment and Mental Health Wellbeing Audio Guides.
Papyrus online text or phone support to young people link 0800 0684141 or text 07860039967
Relate advice and tips for helping your relationship stay healthy.
Research in Practice Supporting remote and online supervision during COVID-19.
Samaritans free, anytime support, providing a listening ear and emotional support Phone: 116 123.
Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) are still operating during the COVID-19 pandemic Phone: 0330 223 0099.
SelfharmUK peer-to-peer communications for young people aged 14-19. A space for them to share their encouraging experiences through the use of blogs, stories, poetry and art.
Shout available for anyone of any age, who is a resident in the UK needing support in a crisis.
Star Bereavement supporting local children and young people who have been bereaved and are in need of support Phone: 01924 787384
Stay Alive App for those at risk of suicide or those worried about someone.
Talking Therapies – for young people aged 16 years or older who are registered with a GP surgery in the Wakefield District link 01924 234860 / email: Wakefield.email@example.com.
Victim Support emotional and practical support to anyone under 18 who has been affected by a crime Phone: 0300 303 1971.
Well Women Centre online support for young women aged 16 years or older.
WF I Can An Online resource for children and young people in Wakefield.
Winstons Wish giving hope to grieving children and supporting families Phone: 08088 020021.
Young Minds resources for children and young people, parents and professionals about looking mental health and wellbeing.