Interactive map of mental health services
Health organisations in Lancashire and South Cumbria have worked together to develop this interactive map of mental health services. The Google Maps based system lists all the organisations working locally, and allows you to search for your closest service or for specific types of support, to help you get appropriate care.
You can filter the map to just show services for children and young people. Explore the mental health services map here.
The Wellbeing Passport
The Wellbeing Passport and card are tools for you to use to help share information about your mental health and emotional wellbeing. It is for any young person who feels they have mental health challenges and has been created by, and for, young people and their supporters in Lancashire and South Cumbria.
Read more about the passport and download/print your own (opens in new window).
Mental Health Family Hour
Welcome to the Mental Health Family Hour. A collaboration between Sam Tyrer, Mental Health Nurse and founder of the school education initiative Change Talks and Dave Cottrell, Mental Health First Aider, Awareness Campaigner and Mindset Coach. Where each week we deliver an hour of PHSE style education around Mental Health, only instead of in school Live on the internet and for families and teachers as well as the kids.
Watch the episodes on YouTube here (opens in new window).
Kooth mental health online support for 10-18 year olds
Free instant access digital mental health support is now available across Lancashire and South Cumbria for everyone aged 10 - 18.
This service provides free, safe and anonymous online mental health support whenever you need it. There are no waiting lists for support and no referral needed. Access to these platforms is available instantly 24/7.
Go to Kooth.com
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