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Student Welfare Support
Need Help? There are lots of people who are happy and willing to help!
If something upsets you or you are worried about a friend or family member it can really help to talk to someone. There are lots of people who can help you. You should try to talk to an adult you trust if anything has upset you, or made you feel uncomfortable. Support is also available for anything that may upset you whilst online and there are a range of specialist services and experienced individuals who can help you.
Remember you can always visit ChildLine to chat to a counsellor online or call them on 0800 1111 if you ever need to talk to someone in confidence.
Tab 1: Use of internet and social media
Tab 2: Stalking
Tab 3: Supporting Mental Wellbeing Resources and Apps
Tab 4: Bullying
Carers Trust is a major charity for, with and about carers. The following link will take you to the young carers awareness day page.
Newsround guide to what depression is
5 Ways to better mental health and wellbeing, written for and by LGBTU young people
Brook offer free and confidential sexual health and well-being advice.
CHUMs are a Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Service for children and young people.
Young carers are children or young people under 18yrs, who care for someone who has a disability, illness, mental health condition, learning difficulties, sensory impairment, HIV/AIDS or substance misuse. Carers in Bedfordshire believe in the positive benefit of young carers meeting, as many share common experiences.