Academy Trust

Exmouth Community College

Achievement for All

Online & Telephone help

Students: If you are being bullied or have other problems at, or outside of, College you should always talk to a trusted  adult FIRST if you can. For example: a parent/carer, your tutor,  your Year Head or a teacher.


The links on this page may be of help. Some are for parents so check. Try to gather information first, Get Connected, is good for this. Remember: the telephone lines are only for those young people who are in major difficulties and should not be used lightly.


Parents: the page includes links for adults/parents/carers

Bullying

Gender

Eating

Relationships

Work

Feelings

Friends

Cyber bullying

Family

School

Loneliness  

Anger  

Sadness  

Depression

Devon safeguarding children site which contains information on lots of topics

Children who are reported missing to the police


If a child is reported missing to the police then the Reducing Exploitation and Absence from Care or Home team will become involved.  A social worker from this Reach team will meet with the young person.

Young Minds offers lots of useful advice and helplines that you may wish to contact.

People may talk to you about CAMHS: Child Adolescent Mental Health Service.  Click the red box to find out more.

Mental Health. Depression. Finding Life hard to cope with

Free confidential help and information on a wide range of issues specially designed to support young people

Freephone  0808 808 4994



Text 80849

Eating Disorders.

Bullying

Youth Helpline  Tel:0845 634 7650

Helpline. Tel: 0808 800 2222


Childline offers lots of advice on issues that may be affecting you or your friends.   Confidential service for young people.  24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  

Online chats with a counsellor: click the logo


Tel: Childline on 0800 1111

Samaritans


  Confidential support for people experiencing feelings of distress    or despair.


 Tel. 08457 90 90 90



Papyrus




 For teenagers and young adults who are feeling suicidal.


                                       Tel. 0800 068 4141


HOPELine

  Non-judgemental support, practical advice and information from   trained professionals for young people who are worried about   how they are feeling and anyone concerned about a young   person – from Monday to Friday between 10am and 10pm   and/or weekends & bank holidays between 2pm and 5pm.


 Tel. 0800 068 4141



 

CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)


  support group for young men who are feeling unhappy.


Tel. 0800 585858




Young Mind Parents Helpline


  Information on child and adolescent mental health.  Services for   parents and professionals.

Sane Line – 0845 767 8000

 Tel. 0808 802 5544



 

Alateen  

Alatee believe that  if one member of the family is alholic then the  whole family is effected by that.  Alateen meetings are attended  by 12-17 year olds. They meet to share their experiences of  having, or having had, a problem drinker in their lives. They help  and support each other



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