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Who you can talk to

  • Herts Mind Network
    An online hangout for young people as well as a meeting place for care leavers to socially connect.
  • Kooth
    Anonymous online counselling for anyone aged 10-25, including online chat and community discussion boards.


  • Chat Health
    A confidential text messaging service for 11-19 year olds to contact their local school nursing team.
  • YC Hertfordshire
    Contact a youth worker or personal adviser for one to one and project groupwork support.


Need help right now?

Phone us

  • 0300 777 0707 (8am–7pm)
  • 01438 843322 (5pm–8am)
  • Minicom: 0300 777 0909

If it's an emergency, dial 999

Alternatively, try:

  • NHS 111 (free from any phone)
  • Samaritans – 116 123
  • Childline – 0800 1111





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Useful articles including information for university students, homebound hobbies and how to cope with change.

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Mental health support for young people including advice if you're struggling with self-isolation, coronavirus, and the impact it has on your mental health.


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Information on a range of physical and emotional health topics for teenagers aged 11-19.

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Essential support for young people under 25 via online, social and mobile.

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Enjoy the moment. Taking some time to observe what’s happening
around you and to understand your thoughts and feelings, improves


Learn the fundamentals of meditation to keep you calm, focused and relaxed.

High quality videos on meditation and relaxation.

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Keep learning. Challenge yourself and try something new to keep your
brain active and improve your wellbeing.

Hertfordshire Libraries

Borrow your favourite books, ebooks or audiobooks and discover a lot more...

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Information on diet, sugar intake, healthy recipes and helpful apps.

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Carry out acts of kindness. Doing something for someone else, whether
big or small, can increase your happiness.


The UK's only online platform dedicated to connecting young volunteers with the causes they care about.

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Exercise often. Even small amounts of exercise you enjoy can boost
your mood and lower rates of depression and anxiety.

Keep active

How to keep moving at home, at school and in your local community.

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Spend time with others. Feeling valued and close to friends, family, work
colleagues or neighbours is important for wellbeing.