Guest editors, Jude and Matthew, have pulled together this section, all about mental health. Jude and Matthew are on a Foundation Apprenticeship, and also help support mental health within their school.
This is a list of some helpful and suicide prevention hotlines to help and support children and young adults
Answers to some common questions you might have about mental health, as well as an introduction to what you can expect from the rest of the campaign page.
Information to help with Exam, School and Coronavirus Stress
A quick guide to self help.
Helping friends with problems that they may have and how to spot when they might have a problem
Links to charities and services that can provide less crucial, more long-term support for a variety of issues. Catered to all walks of life, with a few pages for issues that aren't related to mental health but can affect your perspective on it, such as autism, sexuality and gender identity.
What does it really feel like to have depression?
Living Life to the Full course information, around mental health and wellbeing
SAMH is the Scottish Association for Mental Health. Their official site offers information about how to improve you own mental wellbeing and your friends’.
YoungMinds is the UK’s leading mental health charity for children and young people. If you’re not sure what condition you have, or want to find out more about one, they can offer help and advice on getting proper diagnosis and support.
Mind, the mental health support and awareness charity, has 15 celebrity ambassadors, including its president Stephen Fry. They’re all famous for different reasons and have struggled with different conditions. Read their stories here.
a piece of written work on not pretending to be okay by Sophie from North Lanarkshire
A piece of written work from one of our young people in North Lanarkshire
Wiktoria shares her story on her journey to recovery.
Some content from DofE on young people's mental health and wellbeing.