This is an evolving website that aims to bring together sources of online information about the mental health and wellbeing of kids of all ages for parents and carers, professionals, and kids themselves.
Throughout this website, clicking on pictures, logos, buttons or unlined hypertext will take you to an external website, with exception of the two photos below which take you to another page on this website.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory virus, which means it can affect people's breathing and lungs, has been in the news a lot recently and many people, including children, are very scared of catching it. Here you can find information and videos about coronavirus from reliable sources that you can trust. There is information for parents and carers; professionals; and kids themselves, with a focus on maintaining mental health and wellbeing. Click on the picture to go to the coronavirus hub. Or go to A therapeutic return to school, with information for parents/carers and schools.
CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH WEEK 2O21
From 1-7 February 2021 schools, youth groups, organisations and individuals across the UK will take part in Children’s Mental Health Week. This year’s theme is Express Yourself.
The content of this website is for information only. The pages provide links to other websites and their inclusion is not intended to, and does not, amount to advice which you should rely on. They are not in any way an alternative to specific advice. You should talk to the relevant professional (eg GP, CAMHS worker, or other specialist) before taking, or refraining from, any action based on the information in these webpages or websites linked to.
Everyone has mental health, just as they do physical health, and children and young people (C&YP) are no exception.
Here you will find information about all aspects of child and adolescent mental health for parents/carers, professionals and kids themselves. There are links to a huge variety of websites about C&YP's mental health, helplines you can call, as well as links to information about specific mental health conditions and allied topics. You will also find plenty of free resources to read, watch or download.
As with all areas of this website, this area is still under development but more information will be coming soon.