All of us have emotional wellbeing needs and many of us will have mental health problems of some sort in our lives.
There are a wide range of services available in Sheffield to support children and young people with emotional wellbeing and mental health needs.
Find out what services are available in Sheffield for children, young people and adults.
If you’re a young carer, Sheffield Young Carers provide a range of resources that you can access to help support you.
Do you work in a Sheffield school and want to know what resources are available in the city to support your students? Download the student wellbeing resource to find out.
Do you want to help shape mental health services in Sheffield? Visit Chilypep to find out how you can get involved.
SYEDA (South Yorkshire Eating Disorder Association) offers support for young people and adults with eating disorders, as well as support to families affected by eating disorders and training for professionals.
If you’ve got a friend who’s struggling to cope with their emotions, Epic Friends is there to help you support your friend.
Sheffield Futures is a young people’s charity providing mentoring and specialist support.
Door43 at Sheffield Futures is a daily drop-in service and safe space for young people to talk about their emotional health. Door43 runs a weekly Wellbeing Café with crafts and activities to support young people with mental wellbeing issues.
CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) provides mental health support for children and young people up to the age of 18. To access CAMHS you need a referral from a GP, social worker, education psychologist, MAST panel, health visitor or school nurse.
Healthy Minds is our programme of work with schools. The programme involves the Sheffield CAMHS service working with Sheffield schools to help support the emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people in school.
Therapeutic services for adopted and looked after children, and training for family carers and school professionals.
Counselling and therapy for under 25s, as well as group work programmes and activities that support and promote emotional well-being.
The Flower 125 Health Programme provides structured yet flexible mental health and well-being training, delivered through fun, interactive workshops.
Cruse run a website called Hope Again which provides support for young people who have been bereaved.
Sheena Amos Youth Trust (SAYiT) is an LGBT youth support group that offers young people support with their sexuality