TALK TO FRANK
Are you aware of the available resources and guidance for parents in relation to children and drug abuse?
If not, to access resources go to the Talk to Frank website by clicking on the following link:Talk to Frank
A movement committed to eradicating rape culture.
Dedicated NSPCC helpline 0800 136 663
The new helpline will provide both children and adults who are potential victims of sexual abuse in schools or colleges with the appropriate support and advice. This includes how to contact the police and report crimes if they wish. The helpline will also provide support to parents and professionals too.
https://www.everyonesinvited.uk/ for more information and further support and advice on sexual abuse.
STUDENTS AGAINST DEPRESSION
Read about the five ways to well-being!
Lots of news and resources can be found via their website with lots of help and support to improve your mental health and well-being
BEAT - EATING DISORDERS.
Are you or have you been affected by an eating disorder or maybe you are concerned about someone having an eating disorder that you know of and want to help them.
Take a look at the BEAT website https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/ to find out about the support offered and provided by this fantastic support network.
Are you feeling low, suffer from anxiety or struggling with your mental health – Togetherall are here 7days a week 24hrs a day for advice and support.
More information is available from the link below or contact: Debbie Hill – Deputy Safeguarding on 07931 360807 or e-mail email@example.com to talk about the benefits of this platform.
Please note – you must choose the ‘I am from a College or University’ option and register with your College e-mail address.
SE'XED DIARIES - BROOK UK
FREE & Confidential Sexual Health & Well Being Experts
More information for your free and confidential sexual health information and support from Brook’s well-being experts can be found in the link below
The Truth Project offers victims and survivors of child sexual abuse the chance to share their experiences and be heard with respect.
Don’t forget we can also make referrals to external counselling services after a student has had a 1:1 assessment or chat with a member of the Welfare team (WARMS) who will offer face to face sessions in the College setting (although remote sessions currently due to COVID restrictions) – If you want further information on this, please speak to a member of the WARMS team, based in G11.