Resources @ MindMosaic
ANXIETY UK: offer support, advice and information on all anxiety,
stress and anxiety-based depression conditions. Call 03444 775 774
(charges may apply) Open 9.30am – 5.30pm, Monday – Friday (except
BREATHING SPACE: Call 0800 83 85 87. A free confidential phone
and web based service for people experiencing low mood, depression
or anxiety. 16+. Mon-Thurs 6pm – 2pm and weekends Friday 6pm to
NHS LIVING LIFE : Call 0800 328 9655: A free telephone based
service for people over the age of 16 feeling low, anxious or stressed.
Mon-Fri 1pm -9pm
PAPYRUS HOPELINE UK: free helpline for children and young people
under age 35 who are experiencing thoughts of suicide and for anyone
concerned that a young person could be thinking of suicide.
Call 0800 068 41 41 or Text: 07860039967. Open weekdays, 9am
-10pm, weekends and bank holidays 2pm – 10pm
SAMARITANS: Call 116 123. A free and confidential support to
anyone, any age
SHOUT Crisis Text service also available 24/7 Text YM to 85258
- Heads up – Mental Health Support from the NHS
- CLEAR YOUR HEAD: aims to help people cope during the coronavirus pandemic, Shares
practical advice and steps people can take to look after their mental health and wellbeing
- GLASGOW WELLBEING SERVICE: offer a range of free downloaded A-Z self help guides on
many conditions including better sleep, low mood, self esteem. Also provides a range of
information sheets Glasgow | Wellbeing Services | NHS (wellbeing-glasgow.org.uk)
- HEADS UP: offers mental health advice and information on mental health conditions, about how
you can support yourself or the people you care for, the services available to you and the range of
- NHS INFORM SCOTLAND: will give you all the advice you need to keep yourself safe
NHS inform Scottish health information you can trust | NHS inform
STAYING SAFE: If you’re struggling and you’re not sure if you want to live or die, can you, just for
now hold off making this decision and keep reading the information and watch the videos for some
ideas about how to get through. There may be things that you – and other people – can do to make
things better https://stayingsafe.net/
Kooth is an anonymous site which helps children and young people to feel safe and confident in exploring their concerns and seeking professional support. Kooth.com is an online application removing the need for Apple/Android accounts, data requirements and the stigma of mental health apps on your devices.
Access to Kooth is immediate. There is no need for a referral, no waiting lists and the service is available 24/7.
Their live counselling functionality allows children and young people to receive professional support through either booked or drop in sessions as and when a session is required. Our qualified practitioners are real people, not bots, with significant experience in working with children and young people.