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On My Mind

Free digital resources for young people: On My Mind

The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families has launched On My Mind, a new website which aims to empower young people to make informed choices about the mental health support they want, the treatments they receive and the outcomes they desire.

Co-produced with young people, the site consists of various digital resources, including:

  • Youth Wellbeing Directory:  Find free mental health support from services local to you.
  • Jargon Buster: Understand what medical terms and phrases mean with definitions written by other young people
  • Receiving Support:  Videos and Q&As about what a young person can expect when working with a service
  • Understanding Referrals:  Know what a referral process is, how to get one and what to do if you’re waiting to be seen
  • Helping Someone Else: Top tips and advice from young people about how to help a friend or relative with their mental health
  • Know Your Rights:  Understand what your rights are when working with a service
  • Self-care: Discover activities which may help you manage your mental health if your’re felling low or anxious

For more information visit www.onmymind.info across your social media using #onmymind


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