I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water to create many ripples.


Emotional health is about the way we think and feel, and the ability to manage our feelings and deal with difficulties. Having good emotional health is not the same thing as being happy all the time.

Everyone experiences difficult feelings from time to time, and often we don’t know what to do to help us get back on track.



There are lots of places you can turn to for help and advice with issues in your life. There is ALWAYS somebody you can talk to at school – just let us know. There are also lots of other options:


Young Minds 

A brilliant service just for you, whose mission is to make sure all young people can get the mental health support they need, when they need it, no matter what. Includes help for young carers.


No Wrong Door 

No Wrong Door is a one stop shop for young people aged 11-25 to access the support they need around any issue. You can email NWD@hvoss.org.uk or call 01432 227562


Wish Herefordshire

Lots of Wellbeing Information and details of other support services available in Herefordshire



A service dedicated to young people – whatever you might be going through. Online, On the Phone, Anytime: 0800 1111



For help with Emotional Health. Anyone can contact Samaritans, no matter how old you are. You can call for free on: 116 123


Talk to Frank - Drug Awareness

“Honest Information About Drugs” and lots of help and advice of what to do in an emergency or if you’re worried about yourself or a friend or family member.


Drink Aware – Alcohol Awareness

This service can help you learn about the impact of alcohol on you, your family or friends, with plenty of advice and information you might need.