Mental health services available to young people up to 25 in Gloucestershire

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  • Get 24/7 support after sexual assault from Hope House (free)

    If you’ve been sexually assaulted or raped, Hope House can help you with medical care, emotional and psychological support, and practical help. Email them, or call 0300 421 8400 at any time of day or night.

  • Talk to HOPELINEUK about suicidal thoughts (free)

    If you're having suicidal thoughts and feelings, HOPELINEUK is there to listen. They can give you confidential support and practical advice. For ages 35 and under. You can email them, or: - call 0800 068 4141 - text 07860 039 967 They're open everyday, from 9am to 12am.

  • Join a local eating disorder support group

    Meet others who can relate to what you're going through. Beat's friendly local eating disorder support group meets at Coates Village Hall, on the first Wednesday of every month. Call the group organiser on 01285 770 385

  • Book a weekly check-in call with a Link Chat youth worker (free)

    Chat to a youth worker by phone or video each week. They'll offer advice, guidance and a friendly ear, and it's completely confidential. For ages 16 to 25. Link Chat calls can be organised from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

  • Call, email or chat online with the Respect men's advice line

    If you're feeling controlled, scared or threatened by a partner or family member, the Respect men's advice line is there to help you. For men of all ages. Call 0808 801 0327. The phone line is open from Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm.

  • Find ways to cope with anxiety with the MindShift CBT app (free)

    Mindshift uses cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) tools to help you learn more useful ways of thinking, and gives you steps to follow to help you get your anxiety under control.

  • Call the Muslim Youth Helpline (free)

    If you're in the Muslim community and need confidential support, speak to the Muslim Youth helpline. They take every issue seriously, they won't judge you, and you'll never be turned away. Call 0808 808 2008 The helpline is open from Monday to Sunday, 4pm to 10pm.

  • Get support from the National Deaf Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (NDCAMHS) (free)

    NDCAMHS specialises in supporting Deaf children and young people with their mental health. You can ask any professional working with you to refer you. For example, a teacher or your GP. For ages 18 and under.

  • Call the No Panic youth helpline (free)

    Do you need to talk to someone who understands how you feel? No Panic can listen and help you if you're struggling with anxiety or panic attacks. For ages 13 and over. Call 0330 606 1174 everyday, from 10am to 10pm.

  • Join Anxiety UK to get therapy at a lower cost (paid)

    Get access to discounted therapy services from Anxiety UK's approved therapists with an Anxiety UK membership. This includes counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), hypnotherapy and others.