Volunteer Resources

Resources to help you in your role

Below you will find a selection of links to external resources, as well as our relevant policies and training presentations.  Please do suggest others that may be useful for us to include here for others to refer to.

Other helplines it may be appropriate to refer children/young people or parents/carers to are Childline (0800 1111) and the Teens in Crisis Parent Helpline (0800 6525675 open in office hours)

General useful websites are

Tips for Supporting Young People

This guidance from the Universities of Reading and Oxford gives some useful tips on how to respond to children and young people’s worries about Coronavirus. There are two pdf documents you can download that give more detail for different ages.

Teens in Crisis Wellbeing Packs

There are four wellbeing packs available to download from the Teens in Crisis website. They cover areas such as anxiety, coping with change, worry, low mood, isolation and self harm.

Download here for:


Public Health Guidance for Supporting Young People

This guidance from Public Health England gives advice on how to support children and young people’s mental health during the Coronavirus pandemic.



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