This section covers a range of health and emotional wellbeing services who provide information, advice and support to children and young people.
Information on health and wellbeing and mental health and emotional wellbeing services for families can be found on the main Children and Families pages.
Health and Emotional Wellbeing
Warwickshire school health and wellbeing service – A school nursing service for children and young people aged from 5-19 (up to age 25 for people with special educational needs) and their parents/carers.
Five ways to wellbeing – Wellbeing is about feeling good about ourselves and how we are doing in life. This site has information on building healthy wellbeing through an understanding of how we feel and ideas for different activities to help us build positive wellbeing.
Reading for wellbeing self-help books for children and young people – There are books on all sorts of topics to help you understand how you feel, cope with the pressures of life and boost your confidence.
Health for Teens – Information and advice covering feelings, growing up, health, lifestyle, relationships and sexual health.
The Mix – is one of the leading support services for young people and contains lots of useful information and advice on sexual health and relationships, your body, mental health, drink and drugs, housing, money, work and study, crime and safety, travel and lifestyle. There is a group chat and discussion boards plus useful apps and tools to reduce stress, learn about relationships, realise your skills, moving out, getting motivated and finding local help.
Family Relationships – Childline has a whole range of information, advice and support to help you with your family relationships, including family conflict, separation, problems with alcohol or mental health, running away, abuse and safety, young parents and female circumcision.
Mental Health Services for Young People – Information on a range of services and organisations that aim to support your mental health and wellbeing, including:
- What the service offers
- How to access the support
- Who can access the service (such as the age range)
- Who can refer you (if a referral is needed