Stay Alive App

The Stay Alive app is a pocket suicide prevention resource for the UK, packed full of useful information to help you stay safe. You can use it if you are having thoughts of suicide or if you are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide.

Calm Halm

The urge to self harm is like a wave

It feels the most powerful when you start wanting to do it.

Learn to ride the wave with the free Calm Harm app using these activities:

Comfort, Distract, Express Yourself, Release, Random and Breathe.

When you ride the wave, the urge to self-harm will fade.

Self-Heal App

Helping users resist the urge to self harm.

Download the Apart Of Me App

It is a beautiful world, built to guide you through your darkest moments during grief & Sadness

Dragon in the attic

Learn how to make healthy choices for your mind and body.  Play the game and look after your dragon.


This App teaches mindfulness meditation to improve your wellbeing


Developed by the NHS.  This is an interactive mood diary for monitoring and understanding emotional wellbeing.

Mood Panda

This App allows you to track your moods

Smiling Mind

Practice your daily meditation and mindfulness exercises from any device.

Smiling Mind is a unique tool developed by psychologists and educators to help bring balance to your life.

We suggest 10 minutes a day.

What are you waiting for?


Being stressed out sucks because stress turns your brain to goo, stopping you making decisions and piling up until it feels like your head’s going to explode.

But what if you could turn your screen into a stress-relief tool? Simply hatch a Stresshead below and relax as you chase your very own pet peeve around until you catch it and smash it. And while you’re doing that, you can get great advice – helping you deal with all kinds of life stress, such as exam pressure

Recovery Reward App

Eating disorder management from the privacy of your mobile phone.

Recovery Warriors

Eating disorder recovery tools it can log your meals your emotions and thoughts.  Also information and help with body image mindfulness.


Access Notts mental health and support when you need it

MindMate Website

A great site with lots of hints and tips to help ypu become more mindful

Anna Freud

Advice about keeping mentally well during the summer holidays

Action For Happiness

Action for Happiness brings people together and provides practical resources. We help each other learn evidence-based skills for happier living, feel a sense of belonging and commit to personal action to create more happiness, for ourselves and others.


This is an NHS site supporting young people around emotional wellbeing.

Ditch The Label

Find support and advice on bullying, relationships, COVID, home learning , OCD and more. Also has an online chat community

The 5 Ways To Wellbeing

There are five simple things we can implement in our daily lives to improve our mental and physical wellbeing.

See Me Videos 

Advice on how you can tell someone if you’re struggling.

Whatever you’re going through, remember, it’s okay not to be okay.

This is a must see video that shows you how to try and cope with and help others that maybe suffering from mental health problems.

Also with ideas on how to cope.

Hint:  To view full screen click on the icon in the bottom right hand corner

Again, another great video with ideas and tips to you staying mentally healthy

Mindfulness for children – Thought bubbles.  We have thousands of thoughts a day, this video helps to clear some of them with the help of controlling your breathing

Another great video introduced by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, put together with the help of the children who have suffered from mental health

This video discusses the benefits and disadvantages of social media, as well as how to create healthy boundaries around social media usage.

A real story about finding things you enjoy to help with your mindfulness.  Robbie uses comics to support his wellbeing

This great guide for parents

Useful guide for parent/carers has tips and advice to help with getting your teen to talk about their mental health

A weekly guide to your summer holiday highlighting pointers to help you acheive better health & wellbeing

This great guide covers tips for exam stress if you have sleep problems if you think you may have an eating disorder substance abuse ADHD If you have suffered from a traumatic event.

Try one of these great Childline games to help you relax

Try these other great games to help you relax

The NSPCC has created a number of resources to support parents and carers during this difficult time. Topics include:

·         Talking to a child worried about coronavirus

·         Parents working from home

·         Children staying home alone

·         Lockdown and separated parents

·         How to cope with tantrums and other difficult behaviour

Andrew Hall, Safeguarding consultant, has recommended the following resources:


Activities to support mental being

Beating Your Worries is a useful booklet to use to support your child if they are struggling with anxiety while in lockdown. It is produced by Sophie Wragg and is aimed at children aged 9 +.

Beating Your Worries

If you have any concerns regarding Safeguarding any child, you can contact the following Local Authority Multi Agency teams: 

Nottinghamshire County Council contact details:

Nottingham City Council contact details:

Derbyshire County Council contact details:

Lincolnshire County Council contact details: