Online resources

The following websites and online tools may help you to understand and manage your mental health problems. These links are provided for information only and WLMHT is not responsible for the content of any external site.

www.childline.org

You can speak anonymously to someone 24 hours a day instantly. You can have a messaging conversation online. You can talk confidentially to someone about things that are important to you.


www.samaritans

You can talk to someone 24 hours a day. They will listen to you if you feel like you need to reach out to someone or get something off your chest.


www.studentsagainstdepression.org

Information and resources validated by health professionals alongside tips and advice from students who have experienced it all themselves.


www.lgbt.foundation

There are LGBTQ+ people there you can talk things through with. They help you make sense of things, answer any questions you have and help you understand things better.


www.genderedintelligence.co.uk

A youth group for young people aged between 11 and 25 who are trans. The website contains some useful resources and some useful Terrance Higgins Trust booklets about what being trans is.


www.gires.org.uk

GIRES is a charity to support and improve the lives of trans and gender non-conforming people, including those who are non-binary and non-gender.


www.pronouns.failedslacker.com

The pronoun wardrobe. You can try on pronouns you are considering using by substituting pronouns you are choosing for yourself in stories to help you to see how they are used and fit together. This can be useful in helping you decide if you’d like to use them.


www.lgbthistorymonth.org.uk/tranzwiki

Transwiki is an online directory of the groups campaigning for, supporting or assisting transgender people and their families across the UK.

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