Glasgow City Council Education Services provides free access to the digital mental health and wellbeing service Big White Wall (BWW) for all residents aged 16-18, in order to support the mental health and wellbeing of the local area. BWW provides safe, anonymous, online support 24/7, with a supportive community, information and self-help resources, and trained professionals online at all times. The service is free to all in Glasgow.
Access is easy: simply go to www.bigwhitewall.com and enter your postcode. If for any reason this does not work for you
Any young Person aged 16 -18 living in Glasgow struggling with mental health issues or experiencing a tough time can find support on Big White Wall. If you are struggling, or know someone who is, don’t hesitate to join BWW or recommend it to someone you know.
95% of members reported feeling better as a result of joining BWW, and 73% shared something for the first time. Whatever you’re going through, BWW is there to help.
One member commented: “It’s great here to just say what you feel and think without judgement, that’s helped me loads, as I’ve always kept a brave face for the last few years with my depression and anxiety. It’s great to be among people who know exactly how you feel!”
For more information on the services offered by Big White Wall please see the short video at www.BigWhiteWall.com