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Support for young people

There is a growing collection of websites, support services and apps that have been recommended to us from young people in Coventry and Warwickshire. Some are national services, others are more locally based. Although Coventry and Warwickshire Mind is unable to endorse external organisations we are happy to pass on any recommendations. If you want to recommend any more local or National services we would love to hear about them.

Coronavirus and your well-being – for young people

Information for young people who are worried about coronavirus and want to know how to cope with changes to their lives.

Click to see the full survival kit

There are more external resources for parents/ carers and adolescents here.

Please also check out the downloadable resources and information from National Mind

For downloadable resources to work through on your own or with and a parent or carer check out the Information Centre.

For online mental health support and a wellbeing community that is free, safe and anonymous support, check out Kooth.


I need help now

Below are a number of national support/ crisis organisations.

If you are extremely worried about your health and well being, contact your GP, call 999 for emergency services, or call the Samaritans on 116 123. Also see National Mind for further information on crisis management.

If you are aged 18 + and live in Coventry you can access the mhm Safe Haven walk in centres for support and signposting

What can I get involved in?

Below is a growing list of organisations in Coventry and Warwickshire to help young people get together, have fun, learn new skills and prevent social isolation. If you want to recommend any more, just let us know by ringing the Junction at Far Gosford Street, Coventry.