• Local help

    • If you want to talk, text or drop in to a centre, there are lots of ways to get help with your feelings and mental health.

      Chat Health

      Is a Messaging Service run by the School Health Service which gives students access to confidential health advice via text message.

      Text Chat Health on 07507332473 for advice on anything to do with your health and wellbeing.

      Education Mental Health Practitioners (EMHPs)

      Supporting Children and Young People

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      E-motion is free and confidential counselling by email, live messaging or phone.  It is for 12 to 18 year olds in East Sussex.

      YMCA England

      E-wellbeing is a digital wellbeing service. It offers young people (aged 13– 25) the opportunity to access support for mental health concerns and provides information around emotional health and wellbeing. It is run by YMCA DownsLink Group.

      Your school or college

      Talk to your teacher or student support person. They can put you in touch with someone who will help. 

      Discovery College

      Discovery College runs activities for 5 to 20 year olds. It gives new experiences and help you learn more about emotional well-being and mental health.

      i-Rock Eastbourne, Hastings and Newhaven 

      The i-Rock drop in service supports young people aged 14 to 25 on issues related to emotional and mental wellbeing, jobs, education and housing. PLEASE CLICK BELOW IMAGE TO SEE IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.

      Find Get Give  

      You can find help on Mental health and wellbeing information, advice and services for young people & parents and carers on the Find Get Give website.

      Your Doctor

      Your GP can help you with mental health and emotional wellbeing problems. They can refer you for more helps  to services like  the NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)  if you need it.,

      Use Doc Ready to get ready for your appointment.