What's on Your Mind?
Helping young people in Gloucestershire to cope with life's ups and downs.
Gloucestershire Self Harm Helpline provides a safe, supportive, non-judgemental and informative space for people who self-harm, their friends, families and carers. We also speak to professionals
who may want to know more about self-harm
A directory to help you find your way around health and care and connect with people, places and activities in Gloucestershire.
Health advice 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Gloucestershire Self Harm Helpline
Tel: 0808 801 0606
Text Support: 075370 410022
Gloucestershire Young Carers
Support for young people aged 8-25 years whos lives are affected by caring for a relative.
Tel: 01452 733060
Information, guidance and therapy during times when you feel stressed, anxious or depressed.
Tel: 0800 073 2200
Information, advice and support for people experiencing mental illness and their carers.
Tel: 0300 123 3393
Time to Change
Mental Health Issues?
Website supporting mental health work with young people. Useful links to where you can find information on a wide range of health issues on the ‘signposting’ page.
Relate Gloucestershire & Swindon
Relate is the UK's largest provider of relationship counselling.
Tel: 01242 523215
Brook is a national charity offering online information and advice on sexual health for under 25's.
NHS website helping you understand your sexual health.
CALM provides a helpline for young men.
GAYGLOS provides a range of support services concerning sexuality or gender issues within the county of Gloucestershire, UK. These include a telephone helpline, email, and a social calendar.
GAYGLOS can provide information and support for people who are feeling isolated and questioning or exploring their sexuality.
GAYGLOS is a voluntary run organisation which delivers external training and education programmes to many Gloucestershire secondary schools as part of schools PSHE
provides confidential, non-judgemental support 24 hours a day. Whatever you're going through, whether it's big or small, don't bottle it up. Samaritans are there for you if you're worried about
something, feel upset or confused, or just want to talk to someone.
Links to evidence and support for the use of football in heath work.
The Football Association:
A link to the Daily Telegraph;