These useful websites are for everyone, but not all the resources will work for you. Have a look, try some out, and see if there’s something here that helps you. 

Access Therapies Fife -  self-help and online resources

Aye Mind - a wide range of digital resources to support mental health issues in young people 

CAMHS Resources - resources for children and young people's mental health and emotional wellbeing 

ChildLine - tools to help find ways to cope or get creative and let your feelings out 

HandsOn – help and practical advice to boost wellbeing and support for a range of difficulties including anxiety, gratitude, low mood, mindfulness, relaxation and self-harm 

Help for children and young people: Emotional wellbeing - information from Fife Council

KIDS - information and advice to help children and young people to live meaningful, healthy, independent lives 

Moodcafe - resources and information on mental health topics from NHS Fife

NHS Inform - advice on dealing with mental health issues and where you can get help 

On My Mind - information, advice and resources to help young people support their own mental health, from Anna Freud Centre 

Parenting across Scotland - support and information for families 

Parentline Scotland - helpline for anyone caring for or concerned about a child 

Samaritans - app to keep track of how you're feeling, and get recommendations for things you can do to help yourself cope, feel better and stay safe in a crisis 

School Nursing text messaging service - health and wellbeing advice for young people aged 12-19 years

See Me - national campaign to end stigma and discrimination of mental ill-health 

Stem4 - leaflets, information, resources and apps: Calm Harm, Clear Fear, Move Mood, Combined Minds, Worth Warrior

WeHeartCBT - resources aimed at helping children and young people who are struggling with symptoms of anxiety and/or low mood 

Young Scot - information and resources aimed at young people aged 11-26 

YoungMinds - resources and information on the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people 

If you need more help, please go to: Choosing the right support