Displaying 1–40 of 40 organisations which can provide support
  • Anorexia Bulimia Care

    For over 25 years, ABC has provided personal care and support for anyone affected by anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and all types of eating distress.

    ABC’s charitable objectives:

    • For the relief of suffering for those with eating disorders
    • To encourage and assist others to care for sufferers
    • To educate, train and advise those caring for sufferers as well as carrying out preventative education
    • To promote research into eating disorders and research into treatment and/or cures and to publish the results 
  • Beat

    Beat is a national eating disorders charity, supporting anyone affected by eating disorders, difficulties with food, weight or shape. They aim to improve treatment, change public attitudes and provide support to people struggling with eating disorders. 

  • British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas)

    Bpas is the UK's leading abortion care service. They provide support and care for women seeking legal abortion and deliver contraceptive advice and care, including male and female sterilisation and emergency contraception in collaboration with existing NHS services. Bpas also informs and educates policy makers, opinion formers, the media and the public on issues relating to unwanted pregnancy.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Child Bereavement UK supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement. Their vision is for all families to have the support they need to rebuild their lives when a child grieves and when a child dies. With the right help and support, most of these children will not need professional help. What they do need is the understanding of familiar and trusted adults. Schools are well placed to provide this, and with some training, the ability to do so will be greatly enhanced.

  • ChildLine

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

  • Connecting With People

    Connecting With People delivers large-scale health and wellbeing programmes across the NHS, Third Sector and Private Sector. For more information, visit www.connectingwithpeople.org.

  • Coram Life Education

    Coram Life Education is the leading provider of health, wellbeing and drugs education to almost half a million children across the UK, delivered under the strapline ‘Helping Children Make Healthy Choices’. 

  • Daughters of Eve

    Daughters of Eve is a non-profit organisation that works to protect girls and young women at risk from female genital mutilation (FGM). Daughters of Eve raises awareness about FGM and signposts support services, aiming to help people who are affected by FGM and ultimately help bring an end to the practice.

  • Family Lives

    Family Lives is a charity that supports parents and families in England with all aspects of family life. They can be contacted via their helpline, as well as through email, Skype and live chat.

    Website:  www.familylives.org.uk              

    Freephone Helpline:  0808-800-2222

    Email Support:  parentsupport@familylives.org.uk

  • FPA

    The Family Planning Association is a sexual health charity. It gives straightforward information, advice and support on sexual health, sex and relationships to everyone in the UK.

  • Frank

    Frank offers free, confidential advice and information about drugs. Their A-Z list of substances explains the effects, risks and laws about a range of drugs. You can also call, email, text or live chat with them for advice. 

  • Freedom from Harm

    Freedom From Harm was established in 2015 in response to the growing number of people in their 20’s, 30’s and beyond looking for support around self-harm and eating disorders, in world that continues to see these struggles as teenage-only issues.

  • Gingerbread

    Gingerbread is a UK charity providing expert advice, practical support and campaigns for single parents. In addition to the resources on their website, they also offer training and a free helpline. 

  • Government Home Office

    The Home Office leads on immigration and passports, drugs policy, crime policy and counter-terrorism and works to ensure visible, responsive and accountable policing in the UK. The Home Office is a ministerial department, supported by 26 agencies and public bodies.

  • Information Commissioner’s Office

    The UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.

  • Internet Matters

    Internet Matters Limited is an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to making the internet a safer place for parents and their children. Launched in May 2014, Internet Matters provides access to advice on how parents can help keep their children safe online. The venture has three objectives: to help parents learn about e-safety, to give them information about setting and using network filters, and to encourage parents to talk to their children about internet safety.

  • Internet Watch Foundation

    The IWF provides the UK internet Hotline for the public and IT professionals to report criminal online content in a secure and confidential way.
  • London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard

    The LLGC provides free & confidential support & information to lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender communities throughout the UK.

  • Marie Stopes

    Marie Stopes International is the UK's leading provider of sexual and reproductive healthcare services.

  • NAT (National AIDS Trust)

    NAT (National AIDS Trust) is the UK's leading charity dedicated to transforming society's response to HIV. It provides fresh thinking, expertise and practical resources. It champions the rights of people living with HIV and campaigns for change.

    NAT’s vision is a world in which people living with HIV are treated as equal citizens with respect, dignity and justice, are diagnosed early and receive the highest standards of care, and in which everyone knows how and is able to protect themselves and others from HIV infection. NAT tweets @NAT_AIDS_Trust’

  • NetLingo

    The internet dictionary.


    The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children protects children across the UK.

  • Papyrus

    PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide is the national charity dedicated to reducing suicide in people under 35. The charity was founded in 1997 by parents who had lost a son or daughter to suicide. Today the charity has members and supporters across the UK. PAPYRUS offers advice and support through its literature, website and education programmes.

  • ParentPort

    ParentPort is run by the UK’s media regulators. They set and enforce standards across the media to protect children from inappropriate material.

  • Pleasure vs Profit

    Everything the porn industry doesn’t want you to know! 
    Information and resources for young people on the reality behind the porn fantasy.

  • Priory

    Priory is the leading provider of behavioural care in the UK, dedicated to helping people to improve their health and wellbeing. The Group currently treats more than 70 different conditions through a nationwide network of over 300 facilities that support service users' health, care, education and specialised needs. 

  • Priory Group

    Priory is an independent provider of behavioural care in the UK. It is organised into three divisions – healthcare, education and children’s services, and adult care services – which together support the needs of more than 30,000 people every year.



  • PSA

    PSA (the Phone-paid Services Authority, formerly known as PhonepayPlus) is the UK's independent regulator of premium rate services.


  • Respect Me

    Scotland’s anti-bullying service was launched in March 2007.  The service is fully funded by the Scottish Government and is managed by SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) in partnership with LGBT Youth Scotland.

    Respect Me works with all adults involved in the lives of children and young people to give them the practical skills and confidence to deal with children who are bullied and those who bully others. 


  • Royal College of Psychiatrists

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists is the professional body responsible for education, training and setting and raising standards in psychiatry. it produces a range of materials for mental health professionals and the public.

  • Samaritans

    Talk to them any time you like, in your own way, and off the record – about whatever’s getting to you.

  • Selfharm.co.uk

    Support for young people impacted by self-harm.

  • selfharmUK

    selfharmUK is an organisation dedicated to improving the lives of young people affected by self-harm, as well as providing training, information, resources and advice to teachers, parents, youth workers and other professionals. 

  • The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust

    The Trust was set up in 1998 in memory of Charlie Waller, a young man who took his own life whilst suffering from depression. Shortly after his death, his family founded the Trust in order to educate young people on the importance of staying mentally well and how to do so.

    The aim of the Trust is to increase awareness of the signs and the dangers of depression amongst young people and to encourage those who may be depressed to seek help. It also encourages those that are well to pick up the symptoms in others and persuade them to get help.


  • TheSite

    TheSite.org is the the previous name for The Mix, an online guide to life for 16-25 year-olds in the UK. It provides non-judgmental support and information on everything from sex and exam stress to debt and drugs.

  • True Vision

    True Vision is here to give you information about hate crime or incidents and how to report it.

  • Turn2us

    Turn2us is a national charity that helps people in financial hardship gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and support services. They do this through our website, helpline, and also by providing training workshops to our partners so they can provide face-to-face advice using our online tools. Turn2us also give direct financial support through a number of charitable funds, including the Elizabeth Finn Fund and the Edinburgh Trust. 

  • Victim Support

    Victim Support is an independent charity for people affected by crime and traumatic events in England and Wales.