Emotional well-being and Mental health support for young people

Mental health services and support for young people

Information on services and support aiming to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young people including:

  • what the service offers
  • how to access support
  • who can access the service (i.e. age range)
  • who can refer you (if a referral is needed)

Rise for children and young people

Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Emotional Well-being for Coventry and Warwickshire 2015 – 2020.

Dimensions Tool

The Dimensions Tool is a web-based app that will help you to find well-being support in the Coventry and Warwickshire area that is specific to your needs, or someone else’s needs. The tool will tell you about relevant advice, support and local interventions that may be helpful, after you have answered a series of questions. The Dimensions Tool is free to use and has been developed in conjunction with parents and carers, referrers and our clinical staff.


MHISC (Mental Health Interventions for School Children

Respect Yourself website

Happy Being You


Other useful links to services or opportunities that may enhance mental health and wellbeing:
Support for carers (including Young Carers) 

Support for children and families

Healthy eating and healthy weight (includes services for overweight children)

Keeping active (Including programmes and opportunities that young people can access) 

Health information on alcohol (Including services for people under 18)

Health information on drugs (Including services for people under 18) 

Emotional well-being and Mental health support for young people was last updated on October 18, 2018.