Websites – 

North Lincolnshire’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) have a very useful website for young people and parents/carers. It offers information, strategies, self-help apps and guides on a whole range of issues you may experience as a family, or individual. Click here.

  • Government guidance on supporting young people’s mental health and wellbeing, for parents and carers. Click here.
  • NSPCC Coronavirus advice and support for parents and carers. Click here.
  • Anna Freud’s National Centre for Children and Families. Click here.
  • Supporting your Childs’ Mental Health. Click here.
  • Young Minds. Click here.
  • Mind. Click here.

Support Services –

  • Kooth – Free, safe and personalised support for young people performed over text or call. Click here.
  • Samaritains – Free, 24/7 crisis support. Just call 116 123. Click here.
  • Shout – Free, 24/7 crisis support. Just text SHOUT to 85258. Click here.
Anxiety  

Leaflet – Children and Young People with Anxiety A Guide for Parents and Carers. Click here.

Websites –

Book – Starving the Anxiety Gremlin by Kate Collins-Donnelly 

Bereavement 

Groups – Jen’s Special Place. Child bereavement support group in Scunthorpe. Click here. 

Websites –  Living Beyond Loss. Click here.

Childhood Bereavement Network. Click here.

The Compassionate Friends – Supporting bereaved parents and their families. Click here.

Winston’s Wish – supporting young people after the death of a parent or sibling. Click here.  

Leaflets –  Childhood bereavement project. Click here.

Cruse Bereavement Care. Click here.

Self Help  

 

 

 

 

LGBTQ+ 

 

Health Watch North Lincolnshire. Click here.

 

 

 

 

Self Harm 

Leaflets- 

  • Coping with self-harm, a guide for parents and carers. Click here.
  •  The truth about self-harm for young people and their friends and families. Click here.

 Apps – 

  • Calm Harm – a private App help resist or manage the urge to self-harm. Click here.
Substance Misuse 

Support Service – 

DELTA – provides support for children and young people aged up to 19 affected by their own or their parent’s drug or alcohol use. Click here.

 

Young Carers 

Websites –