Well-being at Clifton Hall

The well-being group, led by pupils themselves, have worked very hard to create some helpful information for young people to signpost where to go if they feel that they need support.

Support Poster [PDF file]

There are adults in school who can help, but if you would like to try to support yourself in the first instance, then these organisations may be able to help.  Always remember that no issue is too small and if you are worrying about something then seek support!

SamaritansCall free on 116 123 (UK) Email: jo@samaritans.orgConfidential support service open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Childline0800 1111: www.chidline.org.ukAccess support for a wide range of issues, talk to a counsellor online
Breathing SpaceCall for free on 0800 83 85 87 www.breathingspace.scotAdvice and support if you need someone to talk to. Their phone line is open from 6pm-2am Monday to Thursday and 6pm-6am Friday to Monday
BeatThe Beat Youthline is open to anyone under 25. Youthline: 0345 634 7650



Uk’s leading charity supporting anyone affected by eating disorders, anorexia, bulimia, EDNOS or any other difficulties with food, weight and shape
Aye Mindwww.ayemind.com


Creating a digital toolkit to support those working with Young People to boost ability to promote youth well-being
Young ScotCall 0808 801 0338 www.youngscot.orgInformation on a range of topics including mental health
7 Cups of Teawww.7cupsoftea.comAn online emotional health and well-being service
LGBT Youth ScotlandCall us: 0131 555 3940 Text: 07786 202 370 https://www.lgbtyouth.org.uk


Here to help support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people


This is the Scottish Association for Mental Health. SAMH believe that there is no health without mental health. Here to provide help, information and support
See Mewww.seemescotland.orgSee Me is Scotland’s programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination
TESS: Text and Email support serviceText: 0780 047 2908 www.selfinjurysupport.org.uk

follow links to email

For girls and young women affected by self-injury
We have also highlighted some organisations that parents and carers can access if they feel that they need support for themselves or to assist in supporting their own children.
SamaritansCall free on 116 123 (UK) Email: jo@samaritans.orgConfidential support service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Young MindsParent helpline: 0808 802 5544 www.youngminds.org.ukFree, confidential online and telephone service providing information and support
Parent Line ScotlandCall: 08000 28 22 33 Email: parentlinescotland@children1st.org.ukScotland’s free helpline, email and web-chat service for anyone caring for or concerned about a child – open 9am-9pm Mon- Fri
GPContact your GP at your local surgerySpeak to your GP if you are worried about your or our child’s mental health
NHS Choiceshttps://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/mental-health-helplines/


Whether you are concerned about yourself or a loved one, the helplines listed can offer expert advice

Who to contact in case of an emergency


Police – 101 or in emergency 999
Ambulance 999
Social work –Edinburgh – 01312002327
East Lothian – 01620827827
Midlothian – 01312707500
West Lothian –Bathgate – 01506776700
Broxburn – 01506775666
Livingston – 01506282252
Social care emergency team – 01506281028
Falkirk – emergency duty team – 01786470500