Specialist support and resources:
If you are struggling with your own mental wellbeing and feel like you need to talk to a professional for advice, please use the information below.
Your family GP- they can offer advice, support and make referrals if necessary.
Non-judgemental listening service
Call 116 123 (24 hours a day)
Email- firstname.lastname@example.org (this will take 24 hours to respond)
"Being a parent isn't always easy. If you're struggling the NSPCC can help. Friendly advice and support is just a phone call away."
Call 0800 800 5000 (24 hours a day)
The school Educational Psychology service are offering a free support service for parents. Please read the flyer below for information on who and how to contact.
If you feel in urgent need of mental health support:
Below are the contact details of local Birmingham based adult mental health advice lines so you can speak to a professional who will be able to provide the urgent help you need.
MIND & Living Well Mental Health Support (18+) – 0121 262 3555
FTB Access Centre crisis team – 0300 300 0099
BSMHFT Adult Mental Health Safeguarding Team – 0121 303 1100
If you feel in need of food support:
Get in touch with your closest foodbank:
If you feel in need of support from domestic abuse:
Seek support online or call the number below:
Birmingham & Solihull Women's Aid – 0808 800 0028 (Open 7 days a week 9:15am - 5:15pm)
In the case of an emergency, call 999.