LINKS AND INFORMATION ON OTHER USEFUL SERVICES

Further Help

Useful Services

Some additional services that may be useful. 

A comprehensive directory containing information on a variety of local services and activities for children, young people and families in Liverpool. Learn more here or call 0800 085 2022

Providing free, confidential support to people experiencing issues with drugs, alcohol or mental health. Learn more here.

Provide confidential support and advice to young people struggling with thoughts of suicide, and anyone worried about a young person.

Learn more here or call 0800 068 4141

YES Project, offering information & advice to the most vulnerable young people within the community (aged 16-25) on issues such as debt management, housing & homelessness.

Learn more here.

BullyBusters can help and support children, young people, parents or professionals who are having difficulties dealing with bullying. Confidential free phone helpline 0800 169 6928 can be the start to stopping Bullying.

Learn more here or call 0800 169 6928.

A mental health foundation created by young people who lost their friend Lee Thornley, to suicide. They are passionate about making a change to the mental health sector and providing support to those who need it.


Learn more here or email TheLeeCooperFoundation@gmail.com

Liverpool partnership of providers specialising in children & young people’s mental health. The Liverpool CAMHS offer aims to promote the mental health, emotional and wellbeing of all children, young people and their families/carers.

Learn more here.

National charity championing children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing across the UK.

Learn more here or call 0800 802 5544.

A digital platform that offers a place to go to for those who are struggling, and makes it easy to find routes to help, by using your phone’s location to locate the nearest service available to you, as well as national organisations.

Learn more here.

Supports anyone who has been sexually abused or raped, or who has been affected by sexual violence at any time in their lives. Offering emotional support, counselling, advocacy and other services to help survivors.

Learn more here or call the helpline on 0151 666 1392.

YPAS provides a wide range of support and therapeutic services that include: Counselling, Psychotherapy, Information/ Advice/ Guidance, Family work, Parent/ carer support, Group work programmes, drop-ins (general/ LGBTQ+/ transgender).

Learn more here or call 0151 707 1025

THE PROUD TRUST – The Proud Trust supports LGBT+ young people and LGBT+ youth organisations across the UK.

Learn more here.

Help, support and advice to children in care and young care leavers so that they can unleash their potential and take control of their lives.

Learn more here or call 0800 023 2033.

Information, support and signposting service for young people under 25 on sexual health.

Learn more here.

Emotional support for children and young people on issues relating to child abuse, bullying etc.

Learn more here or call 0800 1111

Provides information, advice, advocacy and legal representation to young people up to 25 through a network of advocates through England and Wales.
Learn more here, email help@nyas.net or call 0808 808 1001

They are here if you are thinking about running away, if you have already run away, or if you have been away and come back. You can also contact the Helpline if you are worried that someone else is going to run away or if they are being treated badly or abused. You can call or text for free, 24 hours a day. It is all confidential.
Learn more here, call 116 000 or email 116000@runawayhelpline.org.uk

24-hour service offering emotional support.
Contact – Helpline: 116 123 or visit their site here or email jo@samaritans.org

Offers confidential emotional support to children, young adults and adults by telephone, email and post.  They keep details of counsellors, agencies and support groups throughout the UK.
Learn more here or call 01708 765 200