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FOR PARENTS
FREE Early Mental Health Support for your Child, and Advice and Workshops for Parents and Carers

If your child is struggling, we offer free early mental health support for 0-25* year olds.

We can help you too with individual advice and workshops on how to support your child’s confidence, self-esteem and resilience.

*18-25 for those with SEND

Signs Your Child May Need Help

Some changes in your child’s mood or behaviour, can mean they are struggling with their mental health:

  • Your child isn’t enjoying the things that they used to, like hobbies, seeing friends, etc.
  • Your child seems more worried than usual
  • Your child is finding difficult to cope with thoughts and feelings, which are impacting their daily life
  • Your child is sleeping either more or less than usual
  • Your child is eating either more or less than usual
  • Your child isn’t doing well at school, college or university
  • Your child is finding it difficult to cope with life changes, like moving house or changing schools
  • Your child’s mood has worsened, and they seem withdrawn, anxious or angry
  • You have noticed physical symptoms such as your child having headaches, stomach aches, or feeling sick.

If your child is experiencing any of these, please don’t delay asking for help.

We have lots of support options available for children and young people, as well as for their parents and carers.

Call Us

One of our friendly team would love to speak with you and answer any questions

Referral

Parents and Professionals can make a referral directly, and if you are 12+ you can self-refer by completing our referral form.

Online Support

Digital hub with mental health online resources, gaming LiveStreams, and LiveChat to help you find the right support.

Where to Find Us

Office: BeU Swindon, Swindon, SW1

Parking: You can find parking on site or there is a nearby pay and display.

Accessibility: Easy access for all at the main reception. 

If you think someone is at immediate risk of harm or is not safe, please contact urgent help services as soon as possible.