Useful Websites



 This area contains information, links to resources and useful websites for anyone interested in finding out more about mental health, mental ill health and maintaining positive wellbeing


CALM-logo-only-Black-300x243Campaign Against Living Miserably
(CALM) : a service for young men CALM, the campaign
against living miserably, exists to prevent male suicide in the UK.


logo-ChildLineChildline: is a private and confidential service
for children and young people up to the age of nineteen.


iucsIf U Care Share: North East based organisation which
promotes emotional wellbeing in young people and supports families affected by


logo mhfMental Health Forum: committed to reducing the suffering caused by mental ill health and to help everyone lead mentally healthier lives.


MHM-logo-30Mental Health Matters: Mental Health Matters (MHM) was
established 30 years ago by families and carers in the North East to provide
support and care for people they loved with mental health problems.



mind logoMIND: Provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.


scieSCIE: The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) improves the lives of people who use care services by sharing knowledge about what works


saneSANE: is a leading UK mental health charity. We work
to improve quality of life for anyone affected by mental illness.


logo time to change

Time to Change: is England's biggest programme to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination.


Simple Home Fixes to Ease Parenting with Disabilities

The Survival Guide for Kids with Physical Disabilities & Challenges

Note: This is quite long, but it’s a fantastic booklet with activity sheets that children and their parents can use together. It’s really well-made!

Parenting with Disabilities: A Guide to Necessary Home Modifications

How Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities Works

The Guide To Keeping Your Home Through Debilitating Disease

Long-term Disability vs. Short-term Disability Explained