You recently completed your year 9 Health Needs Assessment and your answers indicated you might benefit from some support with stress and anxiety. We hope you will find the video above useful. Remember, if you ever require further support with these topics, we’re here to help – you can text a nurse for free, confidential advice via ChatHealth on 07507 331 525.
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Activities and resources
Think about what fills up your stress bucket and what makes holes to let the stress out
Learn how to challenge whether a thought is based on fact or opinion and avoid negative feelings that aren’t based on truth
Looks at the different factors that maintain anxiety and how we can challenge the thoughts, feelings and beliefs that cause anxiety.
Websites, apps & support lines
Kooth – a free, safe and anonymous mental health and wellbeing online platform for young people. You can access support forums, self-help through magazine articles and an activities hub, as well as online counselling from qualified practitioners.
Samaritans – Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – call 116 123.
Childline – If you’re under 19 you can confidentially call, chat online or email about any problem, big or small. Call 0800 1111.
The Mix – Offers support to anyone under 25 about anything that’s troubling you.
Anxiety UK – Provides information, support and advice for anyone struggling with anxiety.
SAM – self-help app for anxiety management. Search SAM app on app store/play store.
Rise Above – blogs, info and resources for young people.
Young Minds – visit the website for useful advice and resources or for urgent support with a mental health crises, text YM to 85258 for free, 24/7 text support.Back to Warwickshire (Connect for Health)