Feeling Worried?

Kent Resilience Hub

Website linked to Headstart.  A resilience hub for parents and young people age 10+. Support and help around resilience and emotional wellbeing.

A place to increase your understanding and awareness, find approaches and tools or navigate your way to appropriate support and services.​




Mood Spark

For young people only (age 10+) where they can learn to look after their emotional and mental health and find ways to help them bounce back when life gets tough.





Every Mind Matters

Mental health and wellbeing website for both adults and young people.





Young Minds

Mental health and wellbeing website for both adults and young people.




Beat Eating Disorders

Support around eating disorders in young people.​







Kooth is an online mental health support service that gives free and confidential advice for ages 10-25. There is the facility to chat with a team member and it also has an online community where you can remain anonymous but still access online support and counselling. The Kooth magazine is full of other people’s experiences, written by other young people. There are also Kooth discussion boards where you can start or join a conversation on all sorts of topics and issues. There are also tools to help you to help yourself, like keeping an online mood diary. Another feature is Kooth messenger where you can chat with others, via messages, or even contact a trained counsellor to have a conversation through text messages. Counsellors are available from 12 noon till 10pm on weekdays and 6pm-10pm on weekends every day of the year.  





Barnardos will speak to young people and children over the phone; they will help you to put a plan together to help you.





Call 0800 1111 for free to speak to a counsellor.

Or you can access online support to message a counsellor, or email them