Young Minds

This is the Uk's leading charity committed to improving the emotional well-being and mental health of children and young people.



A counselling service for children and young people up to their 19th birthday in the UK provided by the NSPCC



Beat is a website dedicated to Eating Disorders


Heads Together

A campaign to tackle stigma and change the conversation on mental health



An online learning and advice resource for anyone interested in, or concerned about, the mental health of children and teenagers



Provides facts, support and advice on drugs and alcohol 


Rethink Mental Illness 

Help and support for people affected by mental illness 


Head Meds

Provides information on mental health medications 


Child Bereavement 

Providing information and support to families when a child is bereaved


Time to Change 

A mental Health campaign with the objective of reducing mental-health related stigma and discrimination. 


National Autistic Society 

The Leading UK charity for autistic people and their families



A registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress or struggling to cope


Mood Juice 

Offers information, advice to those experiencing troublesome thoughts, feelings and actions


National Self-Harm Network 

Offers support forums, in a safe environment, that can help people understand and manage self-harm


Support and information for those suffering Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder


Offers support and information for young people experiencing bullying

Care For The Family 

National charity which aims to promote strong family life and help those who face difficulties

Anna Freud Centre 

A children's charity dedicated to providing training and support for child mental health services

Youth in Romsey

A support centre that offers a confidential advice, support and information service for young people from the ages of 6-25 years. 



Aims to support those most in need with significantly rising living costs, particularly families with children and pensioners who would otherwise struggle with energy, food and water bills.


Toolkit with videos and lesson plans for adults helping young people aged 10-13 with the online aspects of moving to secondary school.


 Mesothelioma Hope

Are committed to providing hopeful information and resources on top mesothelioma treatments, specialists, financial options, and more.

Eastleigh Young Carers Project

Offers flexible support for any young person 8 -18 years old within the Eastleigh Borough whose life is significantly affected by caring for a family member, like a parent or a sibling, who has an illness, disability, mental health or substance misuse problem. The project gives young carers the opportunity to meet others in a similar situation, take some well-deserved time off, and have lots of fun.


 Home Start

Being a parent has never been easy. It can be lonely, frustrating, heart breaking and over-whelming. All parents struggle at one time or another. You are not alone.

Home-Start’s expert staff and trained volunteers work alongside families just like yours to give non-judgmental, compassionate and confidential support. They help you regain confidence and be the parent you want to be. 

Gingerbread charity

Is a charity supporting single parents. They have a wealth of information including  bereavement support, wellbeing support for parents/ children and workbooks to support children whose parents are separating.


The Friday Night Project 

Community Hub Centre for Young People

The Friday Night Project is a Youth Group for children and young people aged 11 to 21 years with * additional needs (* mild to moderate ASDs and physical disabilities.)


Hampshire Safeguarding children partnership

Hampshire Safeguarding Children Partnership (HSCP) is a statutory body that leads on keeping children safe and ensuring their wellbeing in the local authority (LA) area of Hampshire. The Partnership includes local agencies who work together to make sure that child protection services in Hampshire are effective and keep our children safe.


 No Limits Safe Havens 

Safe Havens offer crisis support services for young people who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and who need access to out of hours emotional and practical support. 

The Mix

What we do: The Mix is here to take on the embarrassing problems, weird questions, and please-don’t-make-me-say-it-out-loud thoughts that people under 25 have in order to give them the best support through our digital and phone services.




The Diana Award Advice Messenger provides free*, 24/7 text support across the UK. If you are a young person under 25 who needs support, you can text DA to 85258.
Trained volunteers will give you the space to share how you’re feeling via text and help you think through the next step towards feeling better.

*Texts are free from EE, O2, Vodafone, 3, Virgin Mobile, BT Mobile, GiffGaff, Tesco Mobile and Telecom Plus.

This service is powered by our trusted partner, Crisis Text Line.

The Diana Award - External Support Services

Mind Solent - Self Harm Hub

Self-injury and self-harm are both coping mechanisms used by an individual to deal with difficult feelings, emotional pain and situations that can feel overwhelming.