Support & Help

Info and resources to support you

The Inclusion team is always here to talk and support you – however there are also lots of organisations and resources out there that can provide different information and help.  We’ve put together a list of some that might be useful to support your mental health, wellbeing and resilience. 

We’ll keep adding to page with any new resources, videos or information we think might be helpful to you so please do keep checking. If you come across some you think we’ve missed and think we should have on here then just let us know!

Useful Info

Young Minds

Young Minds have lots of help and advice – both for mental health support and specifically around the Coronavirus.  

Contact: They also have a helpline for parents on 0808 802 55 44

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Chat Health School Nursing Service

Chat Health School Nursing Service – a confidential health line for young people where you can text then your questions, queries and concerns.  

Contact: 07507332160 

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Shout

Shout text service is also for anyone in crisis.  Simply text them for support.

Contact:  85258

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Beat Eating Disorders

Beat Eating Disorders have got lots of advice for people with an eating disorder who might be finding it difficult at this time – as well as The Sanctuary, an online chatroom where you keep in touch with others sharing the same experiences. 

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Childline 

Childline lots of help and advice for any issues or concerns you may have. There website has lots of different information and resources which may be helpful

Contact: You can also ring them on 0800 11 11

Stop Domestic Abuse

Domestic and relationship abuse can affect us all, with lockdown highlighting a huge increase in the number of people accessing help and support.

Contact: You can call the helpline on 0330 016 5112 

 

Basingstoke Young Carers 

If you are a young carer then this local group can offer help and support and contact with other young carers in the area. 

NSPCC

The NSPCC offer support, information and advice.  There are lots of really helpful resources on their website.