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General sites for young people

Sexual Health

www.ruthinking.co.uk and www.lovelife.uk.com
are both specifically for young people and give loads of free information about sex, relationships, contraception and sexual health.


www.thesite.org.uk
is a magazine site that has loads of information and articles on issues that can affect young people, such as drugs, relationships, sex and health.
thesite.org aims to offer the best guide to life
for young adults, aged 16-25.


www.brook.org.uk
is the website of Brook, an organisation that provides free, confidential sex advice and contraception to all young people.


www.llgs.org.uk
London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard
If you're not sure... ask! Calm words 24 hours a day about love,
life, safer sex and practically everything else.


www.likeitis.org.uk
A fun site that's bright, funky and easy to use,
with lots of easy to understand information about sex,
peer pressure, puberty, pregnancy and more. Includes a quiz and a glossary of words.

 

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Mental Health

www.at-ease.nsf.org.uk
Talking about mental health can be really hard, especially if you're young. Website-based @ease is a new mental health resource for young people under any life related stress or worried about their thoughts and feelings.


www.youngminds.org.uk
Info on how to cope at school, depression, sexual abuse and mental health for young people,
teachers and parents


www.antibullying.net
Offers advice for anyone who is affected by bullying,
to themselves or others


www.kidscape.org.uk
Kidscape is the registered charity committed to keeping
children safe from harm or abuse. Their website offers
excellent information about bullying and how to stop it.

www.bullying.co.uk
Life can be a misery when you're being bullied at school
and if you feel you don't have any friends.
This site has help and advice if you're having a hard time.
There's also information on how to stay safe.


www.bubblycrew.org.uk
This site can help young people who have become
carers for others in their family and would like to get in contact with other people that do the same. This site is run by young people in that position.

 

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Health

www.teenagehealthfreak.org
is the home page of Pete Payne, the teenage
health freak (of the books by Dr's Aidan Macfarlane
and Ann McPherson) and it has a link to
Dr Ann's Virtual Surgery at

www.doctorann.org
where you can ask questions about
health-related issues.


www.lifebytes.gov.uk
Health info.


www.childline.org.uk
ChildLine is the UK's free, 24-hour helpline for children and young people in trouble or danger. If you want to talk to someone, call ChildLine free on
0800 1111
. The lines can be busy so please keep trying. The website has lots of useful information and fact sheets on issues such as bullying, coping with exam stress and bereavement.

 

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Local organisations

www.exposure.org.uk
Website of Haringey's award-winning magazine produced for and by young people.


www.outzone.org

Home page of Outzone - for young (25 and under) lesbian, gay and bisexual people in
Enfield and Haringey.
There are three sites within this website:

· OutZone, for young gay and bisexual men;
· Girl Diva, for young lesbians and bisexual women; and
· OneUP for gay, lesbian and bisexual young people under 18


www.enfield.gov.uk/youth.htm
Contact details for Enfield Youth Service


www.surestartedmonton.org.uk
Website for Sure Start Emonton, which aims to improve
the health and well-being of families with children
under 4 years.

 

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General

www.mindbodysoul.gov.uk
Mind, Body & Soul is a new website which aims to give young people aged 14-16 the lowdown on health in a fun and interesting way. It's not designed to tell you how to live your life, but will give you accurate and up-to-date information about health so that you can make your own choices. It also contains material that you will help with your school work.

www.hexnet.co.uk/alanon/alateen.html


www.youthinformation.com
is the website of the National Youth Agency. This website
has all sorts of useful information, including information
for young carers and information on benefits and the law.


www.staysafeuk.co.uk
A site to help vunerable children suffering from any
kind of issues and need support


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