This list of websites is here to give you more information about lots of different subjects, from bullying to jobs and careers. Remember, if you do have a problem that won't go away, always tell someone you trust - don't keep it yourself.
Beatbulling is the place to go if you or someone you know is being bullied. You can talk to other young people in chatrooms, talk to a mentor or even send messages to councillors. Beatbullying support is for 11- to 18-year-olds but there are ways to get involved if you’re over 18.
Email or call BullyingUK if
you’re being bullied at work,
school or online. The website
also has lots of useful articles
if someone in your unit is being
bullied and you want to read
more about it.
As well as a free and
confidential phone line you can
call (0800 1111), the Childline
website has lots of articles and
spaces to chat about whatever is
bothering you. It’s for young
people up to the age of 19.
The National Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to
Children (NSPCC) are the people
to call if you’re worried that a
child in your unit is being
abused. Call them for advice on:
0808 808 5000. They also have
information on child protection
Find out more about the effects of drugs and get support for drug problems.
A UK charity that provides accurate and detailed information on drugs.
information and support about
eating disorders. Go here if
you’re worried about yourself or
someone you know. They also have
a directory so you can find help
in your area.
Click here for Girlguiding 's information on fundraising within your community in our Members’ area.
General teenagers information
A website for young people with straight talking advice relating to sex, relationships, drugs, alcohol, health, wellbeing and more. They also run message boards and live chats where you can get support or support other people.
NHS Choices has information on
pretty much everything health
related – from their symptom
checker to finding your nearest
health services to explanations
of different illnesses.
Information for teenagers on
bullying, body changes, alcohol,
drugs, accidents, moods, sex and
The Great Ormond Street Hospital
website for 12- to 18-year-olds
with information about health,
puberty, healthy living and
Lots of helpful tips to get you
eating well, exercising and
generally being healthier.
Jobs, careers and study
Information on studying and
Advice and inspiration for young women considering going into business or becoming entrepreneurs.
Young Minds is mental health
charity where you can read about
different conditions and other
children and young people’s
HeadMeds tells you everything
you want to know about treatment
for mental health problems. If
you’re worried about you’re
antidepressants this is the
place to go.
Provides support, information
and advice for 11- to
17-year-olds about mental
The Mental Health Foundation is
a leading charity with extensive
information about various mental
health problems including
depression, eating disorders and
Mind is a leading mental health
charity in England and Wales.
If you have any questions about
sex, contraception or STIs you
can find loads of information on
the brook website. You can also
give them a call on 0808 802
1234 or find your nearest centre
A sexual health charity. If
you’re thinking about having sex
their My contraception tool is a
good place to start.