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Feeling worried or anxious?

If you normally receive guidance and support at school, don't worry. If you need to talk to someone while we are closed, you can choose from this selection of services.

Service Support Offered  Contact Details
Charlie Waller

We work with young people, parents and carers, schools, colleges, universities and employers.

All our work is based on sound evidence. It gives people the confidence and skills to look after their mental health.

Charlie sits at the heart of our story, our vision and our purpose.

Childline Online, on the phone help about all areas of concern. The website is full of useful information

0800 1111 

https://www.childline. org.uk/

Young Minds   Crisis Messenger Text YM to 85258
CAMHS Live   Support with feelings of Depression, Anxiety, Self-harming, Suicidal thoughts, Stressed http://www.nhft.nhs.uk/ camhslive
In a Gang and want out? Know someone else who needs help getting out of the gang-related activity? Call 24/7 on  07539183975  
Victim of theft, robbery, attacks, abuse, violence, harassment, or stalking? 0300 3031965  
Supporting teenage mental health https://stem4.org.uk/
Lincs Drug and Alcohol Service
Need help with Drug & Alcohol abuse? https://www.wearewith you.org.uk/ 

National Society for the Protection of Children 0808 800 5000 (free)
For your mind, for your body support for all areas https://www.nhs.uk/ 
School Nursing
Chat Service 07480 635443
Support for people in crisis 08457 909090
Free safe and online support for young people https://www.kooth.com/
Mental health and emotional well-being to support children http://chums.uk.com/ Peterborough:                  0330 0581 657 Cambridgeshire:            0330 0581 659

Apps to download for self-help

App Helps with Logo
Calm Harm (part of STEM) Help you to resist or manage the urge to self-harm and can help to reduce anxiety.  
Combined Minds (part of STEM) Combined Minds is a free app to help families and friends provide mental health support.
Mind Shift Mind Shift stresses the importance of changing how you think about anxiety. Think of this app as the cheerleader in your pocket, encouraging you to take charge of your life, ride out intense emotions, and face challenging situations.
Happify The Happify app is your fast-track to a good mood. Try various engaging games, activity suggestions, gratitude prompts and more to train your brain as if it were a muscle, to overcome negative thoughts.
Clear fear (part of STEM) Clear Fear is a free app to help children and young people manage the symptoms of anxiety.
What’s Up Use the positive and negative habit tracker to maintain your good habits

Year 11 Mental Health Guides for GCSEs

Asking for Help GuidePupil Guide - Looking After Yourself During GCSEsParent/Carer Guide - Emotionally Healthy Approach to GCSEsTeacher Guide - Emotionally Healthy Approach to GCSEs

You can also email enquiries@uals.org.uk and someone from the Safeguarding Team will help you.