Mental Health Awareness Week

We’re delighted to share our latest campaign for this year’s mental health awareness week. Launching 9th May, we’ll be sharing resources and raising awareness around the issue of loneliness.

We’d greatly appreciate it if you would be able to retweet or share these resources within your community and on your social media to help raise awareness within your network of the free support available to them.

Mental Health Awareness Week Resources
Social media poster – Mental Health Awareness Week here

Infographic – Kooth’s tips on coping with loneliness here

Brochure – Kooth’s guide to understanding and managing feelings of loneliness here

Which services are available?
Kooth is freely available across South East London for children and young people aged 10-25, for more go to

What support is available? 

The service is free, safe, and anonymous and allows instant access to the platform where young people can find:
Live chat support from mental health professionals

Moderated community support

Self help tools and resources
There is no need for a GP referral as young people can self refer at any time. Signing up only takes a few minutes.

The London and South East Team are delivering a webinar for professionals during mental health awareness week. This webinar will take professionals through all that the Kooth website has to offer young people to support their mental wellbeing, with a focus on the mental health week theme of loneliness.

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 11th May, 10-11am, and professionals can sign up via Eventbrite by following this link:

Find resources
Check out our resource hub here for digital or printable resources to help you signpost those in need to support.
If you would like physical copies of Kooth posters and pocket cards which can be handed out to young people and put on display, please email me ( your postal address and I will send these to you for free.

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