Mental Health Support
Expert advice & tips to help you look after your mental wellbeing.
Free 24hr support to people living in Newham who experience a mental health crisis and need support.
Phone: 0800 073 0066
Free and confidential psychological support for adults:
Phone: 0208 175 1770
Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. We’re here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Phone: 116 123
Charity for the prevention of young suicide (under 35).
Phone: 0800 068 4141
Text: 07860 039967
Free, safe and anonymous online counselling service for those aged 10-18.
Phone: 020 3984 9337
Confidential text messaging service for those aged 11-19 to contact their local nursing team for advice and support.
Phone: 07507 326645
Information for anyone feeling depressed. For students, by students.
For parents to discuss any issues in respect of their children’s mental health.
Phone: 0800 802 5544 (weekdays 9.30am-4pm)
Bounce Back Newham is a resilience programme for young people living in Newham, designed to help them think about the challenges they face and find ways to deal with them.
Home and Energy Bills Support
Newham’s support and advice if you are facing homelessness.
Phone: 020 8430 2000
Confidential information and advice to assist people with legal, debt, consumer, housing and other problems
Phone: 0800 144 8848
Faith and culturally sensitive support by phone, live chat, WhatsApp or email.
Non-judgemental, confidential support 7 days a week, 365 days a year including bank holidays and Eid/
Phone: 0808 808 2008
5 Signs of Burnout in Teens – and how to help them through it: www.mytutor.co.uk/blog/parents/signs-of-burnout-in-teens/
Newham CAMHS is a multi-agency specialist mental health service for children and young people with complex, severe or persistent emotional, behavioral or developmental problems.
They accept referrals from birth to their 18th birthday.
A range of resources and services provided by Newham Council.
Newham’s Family Information Service and Local Offer for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and their families.
They provide information and advice to enable families to access support, advice and activities.