During our Suicide Prevention & Awareness sessions, we often have people who will come along and want to make more of a difference in their local communities. Where possible, we want to empower this – so we wanted to create specific resources page on our website filled with useful information which people can download and share in their local communities.
Please feel free to use this page as a source of resources – and do contact us via email@example.com if you feel any resources should be added to it!
Mid Kent Mind provide a range of services for young people. Below you will find a link to our Youth Services Webpage, a ‘Youth Services’ poster which outlines some of the services which we provide, and also a link for our ‘Keep In Touch’ flyer.
There is also a link to a poster for our Suicide Prevention & Awareness training – please do feel free to help with promoting this training where you can!
Mid Kent Mind Youth Services Webpage: Click Here.
Mid Kent Mind Youth Services Poster: Click Here.
Mid Kent Mind Keep In Touch Flyer: Click Here.
Mid Kent Mind Suicide Prevention & Awareness Training Poster: Click Here.
Release The Pressure is a 24 hour helpline available across Kent and Medway for people who are in need of additional mental health support. The line is designed to provide support for anyone who may benefit from a conversation, and it is staffed by qualified mental health professionals who can provide advice and support.
To access this service, you can text the word ‘Kent’ to 85258, or you can call 0800 107 0160. You can download some posters for this service below.
Release The Pressure – Debt Poster: Click Here.
Release The Pressure – LGBTQ+ Poster: Click Here.
Release The Pressure – Loneliness Poster: Click Here.
Release The Pressure – Parent/Carer Poster: Click Here.
Childline is a freephone service for young people under the age of 19. Young people can call the service to talk to someone on 0800 1111 – a number which will not show up on their phone line. You can visit www.childline.org.uk for more details. You can find a couple of posters promoting Childline’s service below.
Childline – Keeping It All In Poster: Click Here.
Childline – Hate What You See Poster: Click Here.
Kooth are a service which provide a range of wellbeing support for young people between the ages of 10 & 25. They provide a wide variety of different services – including peer support forums, trained counsellors you can talk to, and more. You can visit www.kooth.com for more details. Below you will find a downloadable Kooth poster.
Kooth – Services Poster: Click Here.
MoodSpark is a fantastic resource with a vast assortment of different resources which young people can access to benefit their mental health and their emotional resilience. Resources are designed specifically for young people between the ages of 10 – 16.
Visit www.moodspark.org.uk for more details.
Pyxis support young people with developing social skills and building their confidence so that they have a better quality of life. You can learn more about the work they do by visiting www.pyxis.life. Below you can download a poster for the Pyxis Reducing Barriers To Access service.
Pyxis RBTA Poster: Click Here.
Ellie’s Angels are a local mental health charity formed in the memory of Ellie. Their charity aims to share positive coping mechanisms which young people can use to better manage their mental health – all inspired by Ellie’s story. Much of this in done through their debut ‘Better U’ app. You can find more details on their services by visiting www.elliesangels.org. You can download a poster for Ellie’s Angels below.
Ellie’s Angels Poster: Click Here.
Amparo are a charity who aim to provide support to families and individuals who may be effected by suicide. They provide a wide range of different support services – all designed to help people process what they may be experiencing. You can find more details on Amparo by visiting www.amparo.org.uk. You can download a poster for Amparo below.
Amparo Poster: Click Here.
This page has been designed to highlight a handful of fantastic services which we know are available in the local area – but this is not an exhaustive list. This may change from time to time as we add more services in the area – but the idea with this page is to give you an overview of some ways you can make a difference.
If you would like to learn more, click here to book onto our Youth Suicide Prevention training.
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