Resources

Many people experience poor mental health at some stage in their life and this can cause difficulties for both the young person and their wider family. With the correct support most people recover fully and are able to better manage their mental health, but sometimes we might not know what things we can do to help ourselves feel better.

The following resources provide information and tips to help you better understand and take care of your own mental health and emotional wellbeing.

A series of ‘Recipes 4 Wellbeing’; 15 handy cards with useful information and top tips about a range of difficulties that young people might be experiencing.

These toolkits, created by partners across Sussex Health and Care Partnership, give top tips on how to look after your mental wellbeing and links to helpful resources and tools.

Schools in Mind mental health and wellbeing network and resources for education professionals. Created by Anna Freud’s National Centre for Children and Families.