Here’s links to several resources that will help to support your efforts to improve your health and well-being.

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US Resources

 UK Resources

Emotional Support

  • The Samaritans – 116 123 (UK + ROI) – provides confidential non-judgmental support, 24 hours a day for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide. Also a text service – 07725909090 and email: – replies within 24 hours.
  • Nightline – Student-run helpline open throughout the night, providing confidential, non-judgmental and non-advisory support. Basically like an alternative to The Samaritans, geared towards students. Has branches in most major UK universities. Also has an IM and email service.
  • B-eat – eating disorder charity with a number of helplines, including one especially for young people who need support with eating disorder related problems

Information & Advice

  • Mind – 0300 123 3393 – information about mental illness
  • Papyrus – 0800 068 4141, help and support surrounding suicide
  • Depression Alliance – general information and support on depression. Here you can share your story of mental illness, or read about others.
  • National Eating Disorders – useful information pages on eating disorders.
  • OCD UK – OCD info and support.
  • Rethink – helping people recover from mental illness.
  • SANE – mental health information and support via SANEline and SANEmail
  • The Royal College of Psychiatrists
  • Mental Health Foundation
  • Recover your life – this site offers support and advice for self-harmers. It also offers support for eating disorders and other mental health issues. As well as the main site with information about self-harm, there is also a forum and you can make your own online journal. The distractions forum has plenty of games to get you through those hard times.
  • National Self-Harm Network – this site also offers support and advice for self-harmers and their families. As well as providing information there is also a forum.
  • Victim Support – for those who have suffered abuse or rape, this site can provide support.

Self-Assessment Tools

Here’s links to several confidential self-assessment tools.

While these self-administered assessments  can help you better understand your current health status,  they are not a substitute for  testing, diagnosis, and tresstment from your healthcare provider.


Time Management


Stay Tuned, there are more resources to come!