Further Help & Support

If you would like to find out more, or need further help and support, there are a number of charities and organisations available to help - we have listed some of them below.

Shout Crisis Text line


Shout Crisis is a text based charity that offers support with any personal crisis 24/7 - it's free and confidential - just text 'SHOUT' to 85258

For more information on their website click here.


BeeU is run by Shropshire Council and offers a range of services including drop in counselling sessions in local areas for families. The service is a partnership between providers that ensure that children, young people and their families get timely and appropriate support for emotional health and wellbeing support.

For young people aged 11 and above - the Kooth site offers confidential advice and support and an app that can be downloaded that has lots of help and support - visit Kooth.  


For more information on the BeeU website click here

The Samaritans


A nationwide charity that offers online support and a 24/7 phone line - call 116 123 to speak to a Samaritan. It's free and confidential.

For more information on their website click here



Mind is a mental health charity that provides support and advice on mental health issues and campaigns to raise awareness, improve understanding and improve services for people with mental health issues.

You can call them 9am - 6pm on their InfoLine: 0300 123 3393 or text: 86463

For more information on their website click here.



YoungMinds is a charity specifically for young people, offering support and advice on their website for all mental health issues from bullying to exam stress, body image to eating disorders, loneliness to grief. 

If you are in need of urgent help, you can text the YoungMinds Crisis Centre for free 24/7 by texting 'YM' to 85258.

For more information on their website click here.



The NSPCC offers young people free and confidential advice and support on whatever your worry and whenever - 24/7. You can call ChildLine for free and anonymously on: 0800 1111

For more information on their website click here