Mental health 

If you’re worried about the impact of coronavirus on your mental health, or the mental health of a child or young person in your life, you are not alone. The COVID-19 pandemic is a new and uncertain time for all of us and will affect our mental health in different ways. While most of the attention has understandably been on physical health, it is more important than ever that we make sure to look after our mental health and the mental health of our loved ones. 
Public Health England 
Young Minds 
Advice for parents & Carers 
Youth Information Service 
Mental Health Foundation 
Mind 
0300 123 3393 
MK residents 01525 722 225 or Victoria.Sharp@mind-blmk.org.uk 
Samaritans 
116 123 
24 hours, 365 days a year 
 
SANEline 
07984 967708 
Out of hours helpline 
4.30pm-10.30pm 
The Mix 
0808 808 4944 
Support service for under 25s 
 
Papyrus HOPELINEUK 
0800 068 4141 
Prevention of young suicide 
 
Switchboard 
0300 330 0630 
LGBT+ helpline 
NHS 
Every mind matters 
 
Arthur Ellis 
Indepent from illness 
 
Government Guidance 
On supporting children & young people’s mental health & wellbeing 
Kooth 
Free, safe, anonymous onlineSupport 
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