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Tagged with 'Children and Young People'

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Six considerations if you’re going to deliver online support, advice and information services

Chlöe Morton, Director of Services at The Mix, was one of our panel of expert speakers at this year’s Annual Conference. Chlöe shared how The Mix approach engaging with their audience through digital channels. The Mix’s audience The Mix is the UK’s leading support service for young people. As an… Read More

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Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service

Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service (LSLCS) is a mental health charity based in Leeds. They provide out-of-hours support to people in acute mental health crisis with the aim of reducing hospital admissions, A&E visits, and use of statutory crisis services. One of the ways they do this is through their… Read More

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The power of listening

In a powerful and very personal TED Talk, our Chair and the CEO of The Silver Line, Sophie Andrews shares how a helpline became her lifeline. In the short video, Sophie talks about how as a young girl, being sexually abused by her father and his friends, she made a… Read More

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Sky Badger tells us what it means to be a digital charity

I spoke to Naomi from Sky Badger, one of our members, to find out more about how they run their service entirely over the web and their band of virtual volunteers. Helplines rock. It’s quite that simple. For Sky Badger, helplines are a vital part of making sure we can find… Read More

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Children’s and young people’s mental health in the spotlight

Mental health and in-particular young people’s mental health has recently been in the political and media spotlight. One of our members, YoungMinds, tells us about their Parents Helpline and the events they have planned to raise funds and awareness.   YoungMinds, is the UK’s leading charity championing the well-being and mental… Read More