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An information hub offering young people advice and help on mental health problems including depression, anxiety and stress.
How to know the difference between feeling low and being depressed, when to see your GP, and what help is available.
Everyone has feelings of anxiety at some point in their lives, but too much can be a sign of something more serious.
When people injure themselves, it can be a sign of overwhelming emotional distress. It's important to get help.
Why and how this serious mental illness affects people and what help is available.
The symptoms, causes and treatments for this common condition, once known as manic depression.
If you are feeling overwhelmed and unable to cope, here are the people who can help
What can help when you're feeling anxious, depressed or down.
If you're being bullied, talk to someone. There are lots of people who can help.
There's a range of help available for students with mental health problems, including the university counselling service.
Cyberbullying or bullying on the internet or through mobile phones is increasing. Find out how to deal with it.
A panic attack is your body going into 'fight or flight' mode. Find out more including how to avoid them.
Dr Chris Williams explains how you can reduce your anxiety levels.
Why some people have low self-esteem and how it can affect your mental health, plus simple tips on how to give your self-esteem a boost.
If you have an addiction, you're not alone. One in three of us has an addiction, but effective treatments are available.
Abuse is never OK in relationships, and that includes verbal and emotional abuse. Here's how to find help if it's happening to you.
Advice and support to help you get through the loss of someone important to you.
How cannabis affects you, the risks, plus where to find help if you are trying to quit weed.
Get details of mental health services available near you
Alcohol services for young people
Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS)
Depression self-help groups
Drug treatment services
Eating disorder support
Mental health support for young people
Psychological therapies (IAPT)
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