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Wellbeing

Whether you want a helping hand with your benefits or counselling support, the information you need is here. 

Housing, health and wellbeing

SMOKING AND DRUG SUPPORT

RELATIONSHIP ADVICE

MENTAL HEALTH ADVICE

HEALTHY EATING

PARENTING

BULLYING

BEREAVEMENT

SEXUALITY

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Refugees and asylum seekers

Help is available for refugees. Why not start your search for support here?

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Disabilities

If you have a disability, or know someone who does, take a look at how these organisations can help.

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Counselling

If you need someone to talk to, consider getting in touch with the below organisations for handy hints and advice. 

ChildLine

ChildLine is the free, 24-hour helpline for children and young people in the UK. Children and young people can call the helpline about any problem, at any time - day or night. Children who are deaf or find using a regular phone difficult can try the textphone service on 0800 400 222. ChildLine's counsellors are there to help children and young people find ways to sort things out. 0870 336 2950

The Counselling Directory

The Counselling Directory only lists counsellors and psychotherapists who are registered with a recognised professional body or those who have sent us copies of their qualifications and insurance cover. 0844 8030 240

The Life Coaching Directory

The Life Coaching Directory provides the UK with a life coach support network, enabling individuals to find a life coach close to them and appropriate for their needs. The service is free and confidential and aimed at helping those seeking a new direction in their life to find the encouragement they need. 0844 8030 241

The NSPCC Child Protection Helpline

The NSPCC Child Protection Helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Calls are free, unless you're calling from a mobile phone. They provide counselling, information and advice to anyone concerned about a child at risk of ill treatment or abuse. 0808 800 5000

The Site

The Site is a website/forum offering information advise and help anonymously on sex and relationships, health and wellbeing, drink and drugs, home, law and money, and work and study. 

Want more? 

In case you want a list of additional organisations to help you out, click on the link below for some general support services.  

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