- Youth Support - Websites
Youth Support - Websites
The Acne Resource Center provides free information on every aspect of this very treatable acne.
Online information and support for young people in care or leaving care including rights and entitlements and the Care Act
Got mads? Get 'em out! Constructive anger management techniques for children, parents, couples, adults and teachers.
Site aimed at children and young people with advice on staying safe online, online games, chatrooms, email and mobile phones
If you have concerns and fears relating to your parents divorce click on 'Child Aid' button at top of home page and then go to the Child or Teenager section as appropriate.
An interactive site with resources for young people with depression using self help ideas and relaxation techniques
It's Not Your Fault gives practical info for children, young people and parents
going through a family break-up .
Has a teens section dealing with issues like body image, sexual health, drugs, alcohol etc
Site giving young people information and advice on personal and internet safety, domestic violence etc
RU-OK is a website about you helping yourself - coping with common, and sometimes serious problems, as well as using your strengths.
This site offers UK students comprehensive information, discussion and help for anyone feeling depressed.
ChildLine is the free confidential helpline for children and young people in the UK Championing children for more than 18 years olds.
TheSite.org aims to be the first place all young adults turn to when they need support and guidance through life.
The Who Cares? Trust is a voice for children in care and is designed to improve the day to day experience of children and young people in care - and their future lives.
Website run by the Princess Royal Trust for Carers - online support for young carers, chatroom, discussion boards
Online information on local youth information, advice, counseling and support services
Collection of interviews with young people about their experience of health or illness. You can watch videos, listen to audio or read interviews
Information for young people on crime, law, justice, family, relationships, health, housing etc