Some of these services are only available in different local areas or may not offer their services to every young person because they only work with specific groups.
This website has some audio resources – like podcasts, which can help you with your mental health. They’re also translated into a few languages. You can listen to these if you feel overwhelmed or need help getting to sleep.
- Relaxing (English: Relaxation Exercise in Relaxation Exercises (soundcloud.com)
- Anxiety (https://soundcloud.com/talkotr/sets/anxiety)
- Sleeping well (English: Ideas For Good Sleep in Ideas for Good Sleep (soundcloud.com
This helpline offers culturally sensitive and faith support via phone, live chat, WhatsApp or email. They can help signpost you on to other resources.
You can call 7 days a week between 4pm-10pm on 0808 808 2008.
This is an app that you can download onto your phone. The app will show you any support services or charities working in your area.
You can speak with your social worker, or someone at your supported accommodation about making a referral for you for these services.
There are also other charities across the UK offering:
You can find these charities online with the help of your social worker, or someone at your supported accommodation. A good place to start looking for this support in your area is on your council’s website. This should have a dedicated section for asylum/refugee support.