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Mental Health Support and Mentoring in Amersham

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Young People

Through youth work, mentoring and helplines we can help give young people the support they need to be able to recognise when they need help and then seek it.



Next is to find young people who are struggling with their mental health and assist them in finding appropriate support and professional help.



Finally we are mentoring young people we deem at risk of developing mental health conditions and helping them stay mentally healthy.

Three Times You May Need Our Help

The problem is mental health has a stigma attached to it. We look at mental health as a spectrum; some have good mental health, others bad, most of us in the middle somewhere!

But when may you need to chat to us?


I'm Struggling With My Mental Health At The Moment

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You’re absolutely not alone. In 2 ways; 1 in 5 young people are struggling with their mental health right now, and because we’re there for you.

I Live / Work / Study With Someone Who Is Struggling

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If you are close to or supporting someone who is struggling with their mental health, don’t underestimate the impact it can have on you. We’re here to chat to you too, even if it’s just a casual coffee.

I Feel Fine But Would Like To Learn More For The Future

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We have links with organisations who offer formal training, regular talks and training sessions going on. We are only a small team so the more people we empower, the more people we help.

Some Facts About Mental Health


of young people have a diagnosable mental health condition at any given time *


of mental health problems are established by the age of 14 **


of young people have self harmed by the age of 15 ***

*            Caring for children and adolescents with mental disorders: setting WHO directions. Geneva, World Health Organization, 2003.
**          Lifetime prevalence and age-of-onset distributions of DSM-IV disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication, 2002.
***        Deliberate self harm in adolescents: self report survey in schools in England, 2005.

We Can’t Solve Your Problems, But We Can Help You Through Them.


Don’t Filter Feelings

I think we'd all be lying if we said we've never filtered our feelings. I tend to have certain friends for telling certain feelings to. For example, my best friend I will call when I'm down, other friends I won't tell because I know that they see me as an "always...

Always Be Kind About Others

This is very similar to yesterday's challenge, and actually something I've been trying to change about myself quite a lot. Have you ever heard someone describe somebody else and say "they haven't got a bad word to say about anybody"? My dad described one of his...

Always Be Kind to Others

This sounds obvious, right? But I'm a big believer that what we sow is what we reap. In other words, if we are kind to others, others will be kind to us. It doesn't necessarily mean that if you're kind to every person you meet, every person you meet will be kind to...

Set An Alarm in the Morning

Sure, every so often a lie in is nice, but actually doing it regularly (which is all too easy in the current climate) can be bad for your mental health. Keeping a routine is important. What time would you normally wake up if you had school or work today? Set an alarm...

Eat Breakfast Every Day

Ugh, that horrible thing. We've all done it I'm sure where you skip breakfast; either because you're too busy, think you're too fat or just can't be bothered. But have you thought about how it could be affecting you mentally? The fact is, eating breakfast kick starts...

Make Your Bed and Open Your Curtains

Sounds easy right? Yep. And this isn't going to solve all your problems but it will almost certainly help. At the time of writing this I've been doing this for about 5 weeks and yesterday was the first day I needed it. The fact is, when I go to bed at the end of the...