Self-help Resources

3rd September 2020

Our Youth Workers have created a selection of self-help resources, as well as some links to recommended self-help websites and apps, to help you look after yourself. You can also speak to a trained No Limits Youth Worker by phoning 02380 224 224, emailing [email protected] or by starting a web chat on our website.

Self-help resources:

101 Positive Affirmations Worksheet

Action For Happiness Calendar

Alcohol Awareness Week 2020

Anti Bullying Week 2020

Anti-Slavery Day 2020

Back to school – Top Tips for Young People

Black History Month Oct 2020

Coping with Loneliness

Dry January 2021

Eating Disorders Awareness Week 1-7 March 2021

Festival of Learning – Have a Go Month 2020

Five Top Tips to BOOST your Mental Health

Five Top Tips to help OTHERS Mental Health

Friendship – Good friends are good for your health

Future Learn – Mental health course

Gender Based Violence


Health Lifestyle: Better health through better living

How to be true to you

How to sleep

International Day of Peace 2020

How to make a gratitude jar

Jump Back July Resilience Calendar

LGBTQI History Month

Looking after your self-esteem

Loneliness Awareness Week: ‘one less lonely voice’

Mental Health Week 2021

PRIDE Month 2020

Safer Internet Day 2021

Sexual Health Week 2020

Stoptober 2020

Stress Awareness Day 2020

Sugar Awareness

Sun and Cancer Awareness

Testicular Cancer Awareness

World Cancer Day 2021

World Suicide Prevention Day

World Youth Skills Day

Young Carer’s Awareness Week 2021


Self-help websites and apps:

Calm Harm – an award winning app that provides tasks to help you resist or manage the urge to self-harm.

Catch It – an app that helps you to better understand your moods through using an ongoing diary.

distrACT – an app that gives you quick, easy and discreet access to information and advice about self-harm and suicidal thoughts.

MyPossibleSelf – an app that lets you take control of your thoughts, feelings and behaviour through simple learning modules that help you to manage fear, anxiety and stress.

WellMind – an app designed to help you with stress, anxiety and depression. The app includes advice, tips and tools to improve your mental health and boost your wellbeing.


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