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Help is available

Asking for help with your mental health can be hard, but you are not alone.

We have collated a range of resources and local services that can help support you and those who care for you, for more information please check the links below.

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, the quickest way to get help at any time of the day or night is to call NHS 111 and select option 2 for mental health services. In the case of serious illness or injury, dial 999 for emergency services.



Childline’s tips and techniques, ideas and inspiration, can help you feel more in control. You can access them in your own time, at your own pace, on their website or you can give them a call on 0800 1111

Find out more on the Childline website
NHS Surrey Crisis Mental Health Helpline

Crisis support available 24/7 for children and young persons between the ages of 6 – 18.

Call 0800 915 4644 (option 1 for CYP)

More information on the Surrey Crisis Mental Health Helpline website

Waiting for your call. Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. They’re available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Call 116 123

Find out more on the Samaritans website

Mental health support for teenagers and young adults. Text SHOUT to 85258 for a free, confidential and anonymous text support service

Find out more on the SHOUT website
Young Minds

Young Minds is offers resources for children and young persons to understand more about how they’re feeling and find ways to feel better and for parents and carers who want to support someone who is struggling.

Find out more on the Young Minds website
Advice for young people

Resources include: support with antisocial behaviour, apps to manage mental health and wellbeing, body image, self esteem, LGBTQ resources, mental health, school refusal and substance abuse.

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Advice for parents and guardians

Resources include support with: mental health, LGBTQ+ resources, bereavement resources, sleep issues, bullying and school avoidance.

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Advice for parents of children and young people with SEN 

Resources include: general Autism guides, SEN resources/handouts, ADHD guides and parent support group. 

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Baby / toddler advice

Resources include: baby clinics, mother and baby/toddler groups, and breastfeeding and weaning support. 

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Advice on social activities, employment & fitness groups

Resources include: social groups for children and young people, fitness groups and employment/training.

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Mental health support

Resources include: information on support and counselling, mental health, emotional wellbeing, support guides and support for families/carers.

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Family / bereavement support

Bereavement services, resources and information on funds and grants,

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Finance, respite and carer support

Resources include information on: Funds and grants. respite care and carer support.

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Local SEN social activities

Activities include: sports, social groups, playschemes and parenting support.

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