Support services and links
We have compiled a range of support services available to you, please click on the name to access their website. Please contact us if a support service you are seeking is not listed.
Grove Park wellbeing team email@example.com
Are you concerned about a young person’s thoughts, feelings or behaviours? To find the most appropriate contact for your concerns please click on the link above.
Helplines providing emotional and crisis support for everyone affected by mental health, 24 hours 7 days a week.
We’re transforming mental health by working with infants, children, young people and their families, their communities and professionals to deliver timely evidence-based support for all.
Runs self-help groups across the UK for anyone affected by alcohol use issues.
Providing support and ongoing care for anyone affected by eating disorders.
A national charity run by people with lived experience of anxiety, aiming to support you.
Website and helpline provides help and practical issues following a bereavement and provides signposting to other support organisations.
Providing information and support services for Carers in the UK
Resources and monthly parent support groups for children with anxiety
Free, independent advice to support you.
Free, nationwide service helping people find local support after a crime takes place.
National self-help organisation supporting everyone affected by depression.
Offers specialist one to one support and expert advice for people living with dementia.
Independent, free service providing information on all money related matters.
Provides free, confidential counselling for education staff including an online chat service.
Confidential support, information and referral service for the LGBTQ+ community.
Works in partnership with people with a learning disability, their families and carers.
Charitable organisation for children and adults affected by obsessive compulsive disorder.
Support for women who experience postnatal depression.
Organisation provides a range of services about self-harm, including resources on alternative coping strategies.
Offering a range of services to help with couples and family relationships.
Runs a 24/7 helpline providing help and information about domestic abuse in partnership with Women’s Aid.
Where to get help if you are having suicidal thoughts or have concerns about someone.
The Stay Alive app is a suicide prevention resource for the UK, packed full of useful information and tools to help you stay safe in crisis. You can use it if you are having thoughts of suicide or if you are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide.
Get free, confidential support with alcohol, drugs or mental health from local services or online.