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Useful Sheffield Groups

Manor Organisations

Manor and Castle development trust:

http://www.manorandcastle.org.uk

Manor training and advice centre:

http://www.matrec.org.uk/

Manor Children’s Centre:

https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/education/information-for-parentscarers/care-support/earlyyearsandchildcare/childrens-centres/manor.html

Mental Health Support

IAPT info

http://www.sheffieldiapt.shsc.nhs.uk/how-can-we-help-you/computerised-cbt

Children’s hospital mental health website:

http://www.epicfriends.co.uk/

Y talk counselling for young people

http://interchangesheffield.org.uk/y-talk-counselling#

MIND – anger management

http://www.sheffieldmind.co.uk

Postnatal depression support group:

http://www.sheffieldlight.co.uk/

No Panic Sheffield

http://www.nopanicsheffield.org.uk/

Sheffield help yourself website

http://www.sheffieldhelpyourself.org.uk/default.asp

Other Support Organisations

SEAP leaflet (alcohol)

http://www.sheffield.nhs.uk/alcohol/resources/seapleaflet.pdf

Obesity in young people

http://www.shine4u.org/index.php

Sheffield ME group

http://www.sheffieldmegroup.co.uk/events.htm

Learning disability info

https://www.signpostsheffield.org.uk/

Physio exercises and advice

www.sheffieldachesandpains.com

Sheffield community youth teams

http://www.sheffield-yos.org.uk/community-youth-teams/community-youth-teams

Other teenage mental health resources:

www.studentdepression.org – online CBT for 16+ years, peer bloggers with mental health problems, ‘if you feel desperate’ safety plan for self-harming

www.youngminds.org.uk – podcasts by young people on different mental health conditions, links/resources for young people, parents and professionals

www.gotateenager.org.uk – resource for parents with teenage children, advice forums, info on local services, ‘jargon buster’!

www.childline.org.uk / 0800 1111 – not just for safeguarding / abuse – they want to engage young people so they will access the service in future, available to chat by phone/email/online messaging



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