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A Guide for Young Minds

#MentalHealthWeek has finished but for us It’s not just a week. Our vital work towards good mental health for all continues year-round so that everyone can live mentally healthy lives.

In an era marked by constant change and uncertainty, the challenges faced by today’s youth can often give rise to overwhelming anxiety. But fear not, for we present a comprehensive resource aimed at equipping young people with practical strategies to conquer anxiety and cultivate resilience. Please, if you struggle with anxiety, get in touch with any of the services available down below.


SAMH www.samh.org.uk

Information line directing people to local support services across Scotland

NHS Inform www.nhsinform.scot

Online platform for a range of health problems including MH

Breathing Space   www.breathingspace.scot

Out of hours telephone support line for those with MH problems

Samaritans www.samaritans.org

Emotional support for anyone struggling to cope

No Panic www.nopanic.org.uk

Helpline and programmes to support those with anxiety disorders

Anxiety UK www.anxietyuk.org.uk

A user-led organisation, run by people with experience of living with anxiety, stress or anxiety-based depression, supported by a high-profile medical advisory panel. 

Text Service 07537416905

Daylight www.trydaylight.com

NHS approved CBT app that can be used to help with anxiety. Daylight is your expert guide through worry & anxiety. Learn proven tools and techniques to get out of your head, face difficult emotions, and be more present for the good stuff.

Living Life www.nhs24.com

A service providing phone based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) counselling

Living Life to the Full  www.llttf.com

Free web-based life skills course that helps coping with life events

Living Life Telephone Support 0800 328 9655 

free telephone support service for people with low mood and/or anxiety using workbooks 

NHS Self Help Guide – Anxiety 


NHS Self Help Guide – Health Anxiety


NHS Self Help Guide – Panic 


NHS Self Help Guide – PTSD


NHS Self Help Guide – Social Anxiety 


TOP UK  www.topuk.org

Triumph over phobia – a charity that provides support to sufferers of OCD and Phobias

Anxiety Care UK www.anxietycare.org.uk

Can help towards recovery from anxieties

Anxiety UK www.anxietyuk.org.uk

Digital online therapy service for anxiety sufferers

Side by Side  www.sidebyside.mind.org.uk

Online peer support monitored by MIND

Fearfighter www.fearfighter.com

A computer based CBT program for treating panic and phobias

⦁ No More Panic ⦁ www.nomorepanic.co.uk – provides information and support for those with panic disorders, anxiety, phobias and OCD

⦁ Joe Panic ⦁ www.joepanic.com information and advice on coping skills and provides breathing exercises and further resource links 

⦁ The Anxiety Network ⦁ www.anxietynetwork.com more in-depth knowledge related to generalised and social anxiety and panic attacks

⦁ Turning Point ⦁ www.turning-point.co.uk – offers information, support and services for people experiencing addiction and MH problems and learning disabilities

⦁ Social Anxiety UK ⦁ www.social-anxiety.org.uk – a web based organisation providing information on social anxiety

OCD UK www.ocduk.org

Provides information and support on both OCD and Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Panic attacks www.panic-attacks.co.uk

Online panic attack coursework 


Lifelink  www.lifelink.org.uk

Lifelink can offer support to anyone who is struggling to cope with everyday stress or feels anxious or depressed through counselling or courses

Caring Over People’s Emotions (COPE) www.cope-scotland.org

Provides a range of services and workshops to individuals and groups that support mental health based on a community development and regeneration approach. 

The Women’s Centre run CBT for Women www.womenscentreglasgow.org.uk

 A free 6 week course

First Step Mental Health Drop In [email protected] provides a drop-in for adults with Mental Health Problems who live in East Glasgow. The drop-in is open every Monday (except public holidays) 12.00pm – 3pm at Ruchazie Community Centre

Well-Being Services South Glasgow www.wellbeing-glasgow.org.uk

 The South Glasgow Wellbeing Services consists of psychologists, cognitive-behavioural therapists, counsellors and guided self -help workers. 

Time Out Scotland www.timeoutscotland.org.uk

A self-help support group which meets every week. They are run by people who are past and present sufferers of poor mental health. 

Queens Cross HA Mindfulness Course [email protected]  

Held at Windsor Community Hall

Common Wheel www.commonwheel.org.uk

Improving Mental Health through Meaningful Activity

The Mungo Foundation Arden Mental Health www.themungofoundation.org.uk

Support and care services for those in the Arden/Pollok/Govanhill areas of the city

Nume [email protected] health and wellbeing project in Maryhill 

Mind the Men [email protected]  

Mental Health peer support for adult men 

GAMH  www.gamh.org.uk

 Support for mental health recovery 

Youth Community Support Agency www.ycsa.org.uk