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Pupil's Emotional Health and Wellbeing Useful Websites

Detailed below are useful websites to assist parents and students access information on mental health and wellbeing

www.bbc.co.uk/health BBC website which provides information on a wide range of health issues, and includes a link to 'Headroom' which encourages people to look at their mental wellbeing
www.childline.org.uk A website principally for children, it provides information about issues facing children, and refers children to the telephone helpline and online service.
www.connexions-direct.com A website for young people providinginformation on careers, health, money, relationships and rights
www.crusebereavementcare.org.uk The Cruse Bereavement Care website has a section designed specifically for schools which provides information on the impact of bereavement, changes in behaviour, supporting a return to school etc.
www.drugsalcohol.org A range of information on drugs and alcohol as well as news, events, statistics, research and services available.
www.fasonline.org Website principally for young people, but also containing information for parents and carers on drug and suicide and self-harm
www.help4kids.co.uk A website developed by the Health & Social care Board, providing information for young people and professionals on a range of issues.
www.mindingyourhead.info For those who are worried about poor mental health, either their own or that of someone else. Discusses how the symptons of a potential mental health problem can be spotted and suggests some simple ways to stay healthy.
www.niabf.org.uk Website of the NI Anti-Bullying Forum, this provides a range of information on bullying, including a specific section dedicated to schools.
www.niyouthinfo.org Designed for young people in NI. Information on a wide range of issues.
www.thinkitthrough.org.uk A website of the Public Health Agency, gives information on sex and relationships as well as a useful list of contacts in NI.
www.up-2-you.net Interactive website for young people, providing useful information on smoking, drugs, alcohol and mental health, as well as posting competitions

www.youngminds.org.uk

Useful information on emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people, and has seperate sections for children, parents and professionals.