Useful Links


Online advice, support and e-learning on a vast range of subjects around children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing for parents, professionals and volunteers. Part of NHS Health Education England. Visit the MindEd website

East Lancs Healthy Minds

Five Ways to Wellbeing for Children and Young People. Help and advice on a range of topics. View the East Lancs Healthy Minds website

Young Minds

A variety of self-help information packs. View the Young Minds website

NHS Website – Live Well- Young People and Mental Health

Advice and help on mental health problems including depression, anxiety and stress.View the NHS website.  

LCC Youth Zone      

Provides information and links to all relevant support on a range of issues. View the LCC Youth Zone website

Royal College of Psychiatrists

An A-Z list of specifically tailored information for young people, parents and professionals. View the Royal College of Psychiatrists website


Self-help resource for a range of issues. View the onyourmindglos website.  

Hands On Scotland

Resources for emotional wellbeing. View the Hands on Scotland website


Fast direct access to self-help resources. View the moodjuice website – CBT resources

View the getselfhelp website

Kooth (South Cumbria)

Kooth, from XenZone, is an online counselling and emotional wellbeing service for children and young people in South Cumbria, available free at the point of access. View Kooth's website.

Apps for mobiles and tablets:

Wellmind, SelfHelp, Feely, Moodometer, Mindshift, SAM, Smiling Mind, Headspace, RCPsych, MOODS.