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Many organisations offer advice and information to young people on a broad range of mental health issues. A number of useful websites are listed below.

AnxietyBC Youth
Information and advice for young people on anxiety and videos of young people’s experiences with facing their fears.

Information about eating disorders, recovery stories and how to get help.

Epic Friends
Interactive information about mental health conditions for young people and how to help yourself and your friends. Created by the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust CAMHS team.

Head Meds
Honest and easy to understand information about medication used to treat different mental health conditions.

Let’s Talk
A guide to emotional wellbeing and mental health services for children and young people in Sheffield.

My CAMHS Choices
Video FAQs about CAMHS services answered by young people and CAMHS professionals.

MyMind – The Box
Lots of different activities and tools to use at home to set yourself challenges, help yourself wind down and figure out who to talk to.

Self-harm: parents’ experiences
Videos of parents and other family members talking about their personal experiences of young people self-harming.

Sheffield Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Strategy for Children and Young People
This strategy details the city’s priorities for improving the services and care of children and young people with emotional wellbeing and mental health needs. It has been developed by NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group and Sheffield City Council in partnership with children and young people and healthcare providers.

Sheffield Mental Health Guide
The first port of call for information about mental health and where to get support in Sheffield.

The Seven Apps and Websites
New apps and websites to support young people with mental health difficulties.

Advice and information about how to keep safe online and how to report if you’re worried about someone online.

Time to Change
Information and advice for young people and parents about mental health and how to support someone who is struggling.

Understanding Childhood
Information for parents and professionals about children’s development, including advice on how to deal with parental separation and bereavement.

Young Minds
Lots of information for children and young people, parents and professionals about CAMHS, how to look after yourself and what to do if you’re worried about a young person. Also includes a CAMHS glossary and who’s who in CAMHS.

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