Check out a wide range of articles, information, healthy rewards, activities and support services available in the Scottish Borders to support you with your health and wellbeing.
Information about online counselling services for young people with mental health and wellbeing concerns.
Health in Mind has been promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in Scotland since 1982. They do this by providing a wide range of services and courses to support people and enable them to make a positive difference in their lives.
Find out what services they offer young people aged 16 and over in the Scottish Borders:
#MakeTimeTo is a campaign to raise awareness of #AyeFeel and encourage young people to make time to look after their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Check out these six ways that you can help improve and support your mental health and wellbeing.
Find information about how to look after your emotional wellbeing and mental health, discover support from organisations around Scotland and tips on how to promote a positive mindset.
Eco-anxiety is worry relating to the environmental crisis. Find out more about what it is, how to recognise it and what you can do if you're experiencing it.
Problems and worries can be hard to get to grips with when they're just going round inside our heads. Talking or writing can help. Find out how to talk about your feelings
Mental health blogs, written by young people for young people. Sharing tips, information and ideas to support and promote a positive mindset, mental health and emotional wellbeing.
CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
Find your nearest service and whole host of resources on their site.
Young Scot, Dionne McFarlane, shares her experiences of living with depression.
A series of conversations with young people and experts sharing tips, information and ideas to support and promote a positive mindset, mental health and emotional wellbeing.
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Exams, work, life in general... lots of things can cause you to be stressed. Young Scot is here to share some tips on how to relax and de-stress.
Want to cheer up a friend or learn how to make a gif? Why not read our guide on how to make a feel good gif.
All friendships are important! Read our tips on making friends and being the best friend you can be.
Plan a small change to your life with the ‘Easy Read’ version of the Six Ways to Be Well resource.
Want to do your bit to help the natural world around you? Check out these top tips!
Here's how to support a friend through a tough time and make sure you look after yourself too.
Information from NHS Borders on the importance of Food and Health
Get support for yourself or someone else who is dealing with suicidal thoughts or feelings
Check out some things you can do to help yourself if you have depression. Remember more help is available from your doctor.
It's normal to be worried or anxious sometimes.
When worrying gets out of control, it can be hard to stop and we can find ourselves feeling anxious all the time.
NHS information on where to get access help in a crisis situation.
Call 999 for help if you are at immediate risk of suicide.
Young Scot's pick of inspirational and motivational quotes for mental health, reminding you that hope is always there.
Are you in the habit of looking at your phone before you go to sleep? Find out other ways you can switch off before bed to help you to get the best sleep possible.
We all need to sleep. Find out more about what sleep is and how to promote healthy sleeping habits.
Think of the Scottish Borders and think of big spaces: heather-clad rolling hills, hundreds of square miles of forests and woodland, lochs and rivers. The area is criss-crossed by a multitude of paths and fantastic long distance routes. Find out more about the great choice of walking routes on offer.
We offer residents and visitors to the Scottish Borders a wealth of services that inspire positive lifestyle choices through the use of our libraries, community sports centres, museums and galleries, archives, country park and community venues.
We offer a wide range of groups, activities, and events for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people and their friends.
Whether you want to meet other LGBT young people, gain skills and qualifications, or be more politically active, we've got something for you!
Connected is the radio programme made by young people for young people and is broadcast every Sunday evening on TD9 radio.
Quarriers Resilience for Wellbeing Service, which runs throughout the whole of the Scottish Borders, focuses on prevention and early intervention to aid and improve mental health. Simply put, we are here to guide and help young people to cope when times are tough.
The Sunrise and Unity service provides support for any form of sexual violence that you have experienced, at any time in your life.
Feeling stuck? coaching can help you understand yourself better; explore your options and become unstuck! Don’t change for other people; change for yourself 😊
Stepping Stones is designed to make a step change in the way opportunities and support are given to improve the lives of young people across the Scottish Borders.
Emotional well-being and mental health support for children, teenagers and young adults
We provide free and confidential support to people who are 16+ and worried about their own drug or alcohol use or someone else's.
Escape Youth Services is a locality wide youth provision delivering youth work opportunities throughout the Teviot and Liddesdale area of the Scottish Borders.
Children 1st deliver trauma recovery services for children, young people and adults across the Scottish Borders. We support children or young people up to the age of 18 who have been impacted by any form of abuse or trauma.
TYA's mission is to provide opportunities for young people to come together, socialise, relax, learn and have fun.