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Further support-General Mental Health & Wellbeing

                                   General Mental Health & Wellbeing


At Littlebourne we recognise the challenges that life can bring and how important it is to be able to get advice and support when it is required.


We aim to support parents and carers to access help when their child/children require it.


If your child is struggling with their wellbeing or mental health please speak to a member of staff in term time.


Alternatively, please explore some of the links below for further support for yourself, your child or anyone else you know.


General Mental Health & Wellbeing Support


Young Minds Provides expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through the Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications. Hours: Monday – Friday: 9.30am – 4pm Helpline: 0808 802 5544 

                                                                          (Freephone from landlines and most mobiles)

                    Website:                      Email:


Childline– Childline is a private and confidential service for children and young people up to the age of nineteen.

You can contact a Childline counsellor

about anything – no problem is too big or

too small. Call them free on 0800 1111,

have a 1- 2-1 chat online or send an email.



The Childline Calm Zone is particularly useful




Place2Be Parenting Smart offers mini bites of

information on a variety of difficulties all parents might face from sleeping and eating difficulties to developing gender identity.


Kent and Medway Integrated Care System- Health and Wellbeing links for supporting children and adults with wellbeing.



Kent Resilience Hub

Kent and Medway KCC & NHS Support Services





MindEd for Families




Additional Mind resources...


A-Z of mental health


Types of Mental Health Difficulties


NHS Kent Community Health

NHS Kent School Health







Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families






Charlie Waller Trust-




Samaritans – if you are under 18, you can still talk confidentially to the Samaritans. They won’t tell you what to do, they will listen and try to understand what you’re going through.

Their number is 116 123 (UK) or look at their site for other ways to contact them.