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Where to get support if you feel overwhelmed, anxious or depressed

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Little Lullaby

Many people suffer from mental health problems. From time to time you may feel overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed.

If you’re struggling with your mental wellbeing, or you’re concerned about the mental health of someone you love, there are plenty of helplines and websites you can turn to for help.

Samaritans

One of the most well-known helplines. The Samaritans provide 24/7 help and are available to talk to you about any difficult issues you are facing in  your life, not just mental health problems.

Call: 116 123

Find out more: samaritans.org

PAPYRUS

The Prevention of Young Suicide helpline offers hope to young people who are thinking of taking their own lives.

Call: 0800 068 41 41

Find out more: papyrus-uk.org

Mind

Mind is a mental health charity that aims to give all people with mental health problems access to support and respect.

Call: 0300 123 3393

Find out more: mind.org.uk

CALM

Campaign Against Living Miserably is dedicated to stopping young male suicides in the UK.

Call: 0800 58 58 58

Find out more: thecalmzone.net

Talk to other young parents in our community

If you ever want to talk to other young parents about your problems in a safe and non-judgemental space, join the Little Lullaby community today.

For more useful helplines, visit the NHS website.