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Children and Young People

Ways for young people to improve their mental wellbeing

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Young Person’s Mental Health Toolkit

The Young Person’s Mental Health Toolkit links young people, aged 11 to 25, to websites, apps, helplines, and more, to build resilience.

For quick links to the relevant part of the toolkit, click one of the options below or go directly to the Hwb website.

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Coronavirus and your wellbeing

In this playlist you will find resources that provide tips, advice and guidance on the coronavirus and how you can look after your mental health. If you have questions about the virus, the lockdown, or how you can stay healthy, this is the place to be.

See Coronavirus playlist →

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In this playlist, there is information for how to reach out and get the right support for you, no matter what that might be.

See crisis playlist →

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In this playlist you will find all sorts of online tools to help you when you’re feeling anxious or stressed. This can be very personal, so take your time to find what works for you.

See anxiety playlist →

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Keeping healthy

While the other playlists in this mental health toolkit are about looking after your mental wellbeing, this one will help you exercise. Using these resources will boost your fitness and supercharge your brain so what are you waiting for?

See keeping healthy playlist →

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Low mood

In this playlist you will find resources that provide advice, ideas, and encouragement to help you meet life’s challenges. No matter how you’re feeling there are always ways to protect and strengthen your mental health.

See low mood playlist →

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Everybody goes through loss differently, and in this playlist there are a range of different resources so take your time and find the right one for you. Don’t forget that there are always people around you who can help, whether they are a teacher, a family member/carer, a friend, or your GP.

See loss playlist →

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