NHS GGC have been working with young people to create this new video highlighting the importance of having that ‘One Good Adult’ in a young persons life.
Perhaps you are that ‘One Good Adult’???
Please share with your young people, staff, parents and carers.
This toolkit contains quality assured substance misuse education resources, packs, lessons and relevant websites for both primary and secondary aged children and young people.
Aye Mind is on a mission to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young people – by making better use of the internet, social media and mobile technologies. They have worked with young people aged 13 to 21 to create and share a wide range of Resources.
There’s no manual for being a parent, but there is a club!
This site contains lots of tips and advice on how to get the information you need to give you back a little more time so you can enjoy it with the family.
Mental health is not easy to talk about, least of all for young men, so often brought up to regard emotional vulnerability as weakness.
In a special edition of BBC HARDtalk, Stephen Sackur speaks to Stephen Manderson – better known as British rapper Professor Green. In the interview he has been very honest about his own struggles with mental health and is determined to break the taboos around the subject.
Can we all learn from Professor Green?
A new awareness raising resource to support the implementation of the NHS GG&C Mental Health Improvement Frameworks.
It aims to promote basic awareness and understanding of mental health, associated topics that can impact mental health and wellbeing.
A new mental health website by NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde.
This includes information on:
- Keeping Well
- Services & Support
- Mental Health Conditions
- Real Lives – Real stories
- Urgent help
- Your rights
Last year Police Scotland delivered a CSE Child Sexual Abuse Campaign, #notmyfriend. The campaign was a huge success with a sevenfold increase in the number of individuals being directed to the Stop It Now! website page.
The key aims of the campaign are to identify and deter perpetrators or potential perpetrators who currently pose a risk to children online. Intervention will play a key part, challenging their behaviour, with clear messaging that there is no place for them to hide, building on their fear of being caught. There will be clear direction to the support that is accessible to them from our campaign partner, Stop It Now!
Although the campaign is specific on targeting perpetrators of online child grooming as well as potential perpetrators, Police Scotland continues to work with partners and stakeholders to educate children and their parents on online safety as well as encourage them to report such offences. Police Scotland is committed to using the latest tactics available to them to detect online child abuse offences.