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Mental Health

At Haygrove School we are committed to working with students to improve mental health and well-being. We are proud of the emotional support that we can offer to our school community.

 

Useful resources: 

Mentalhealth.org.uk - How to get involved! 

 

Where to go for help

 

If you require urgent support, you can access these helplines:

 

What to do if you or someone you are with needs urgent mental health help now:

You, or someone you know, might be in crisis if:

You are thinking of hurting yourself or suicide seems the only option.

Someone you know has made threats to hurt you or someone else.

You are experiencing extreme distress that seems overwhelming.

 

You should still call 999 or go to A&E if you have an immediate, life-threatening emergency requiring mental or physical health assistance.

 

 

 

If you are concerned about how you are feeling you can contact Somerset Mindline. This is an all-age helpline which is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

 

The people answering your calls know Somerset and will be able to direct you to the right support in your area.

 

0800 138 1692

01823 276892

 

Shout

If you struggle to pick up and ring to ask for help, you can contact Shout via text on the number below. SHOUT will work with you to find ways to help you access the support you have in place as well as other forms of support available to you. They will also contact emergency services or social services if needed.

Text: 85258 

It is the UK’s first 24/7 text service, free on all major mobile networks, for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere. It’s a place to go if you’re struggling to cope and you need immediate help.

Website:

 

Tellmi

 

 

Tellmi is a safe, anonymous app where you can talk about absolutely anything. From anxiety to autism, dating to depression, or self-harm to self-esteem, sharing your experiences with our awesome community helps you to feel better. Our moderators check everything to keep you safe and our in-house counsellors are always on hand if you need extra support.

 

Childline

If you’re under 19 you can confidentially call, chat online or email about any problem big or small.

Sign up for a free Childline locker (real name or email address not needed) to use their free 1-2-1 counsellor chat and email support service.

Can provide a BSL interpreter if you are deaf or hearing-impaired.

Hosts online message boards where you can share your experiences, have fun and get support from other young people in similar situations.

Opening times: 9am - midnight, 365 days a year

0800 11 11

 

Samaritans

Whatever you're going through, you can contact the Samaritans for support.

Opening times: 24/7

116 123

jo@samaritans.org

 

Papyrus

 

Telephone: 0800 068 4141

If you are a young person at risk of suicide

Website:

 

NSPCC

Children’s charity dedicated to ending child abuse and child cruelty.

Phone: 0800 1111 for Childline for children (24-hour helpline)

0808 800 5000 for adultsconcerned about a child (24-hour helpline)

Website:

 

Staying safe from suicidal thoughts

 

#DearDistressed


The #DearDistressed campaign uses powerful and heartfelt letters written by people with lived experience of suicidal thoughts and who are now in an emotionally safer place to achieve two objectives:

  1. To send a message to anyone thinking that life isn’t worth living that suicidal thoughts are a sign to change something in your life, not to end your life. It IS possible to recover, with the right support.

  2. To send a message of concern to everyone that anyone can find themselves thinking that life isn’t worth living and it’s essential to try to be kind to ourselves, practice self-care and seek support when needed.

 

U Can Cope

 

Building your wellbeing and helping you cope

If you or someone you know is struggling with this very challenging situation, we are all in, please keep reading for ways to feel a bit calmer and ideas to help you cope.

 

R;pple

 

Protect your loved ones from  online searches.

Free suicide intervention support for parents and guardians.

 

Other local support

 

Young Somerset

Young Somerset is the largest youth work charity in Somerset and our mission is to put young people first.

Our aim is to work with young people, encouraging them to take responsibility for themselves and become actively involved in shaping the communities in which they live.  Young Somerset works to achieve social and economic outcomes with young people, through the delivery of measurable outputs and outcomes.

  

Self referral:

  

2bu

 

Kooth

 

Somerset Drug & Alcohol Service (SDAS)

10 Cannon Street, Taunton, TA1 1SN

Call us on 0300 303 8788

 

Refer yourself:

 

Somerset & Avon Rape & Sexual Abuse Support (SARSAS)

 

Call us: 0808 801 0456 or 0808 801 0464

support@sarsas.org.uk