Help & Support
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A trusted adult, teacher or parent
Thank you for visiting this page but before you look at the information below please consider speaking to a trusted adult in your life. Whether that is a parent, teacher, guardian, family member or someone in your community.
You are not alone and there is support out there. Even in your school there maybe services and help that you are not aware of. Please ask.
Please note: Empathy Week and our staff are only able to signpost organisations and services and cannot respond personally to individual requests.
Grief and Suicide
Have you been triggered or affected by Pete's story? Here's a list of organisations, helplines and information pages where you can get support.
Supporting children and young people after the death of a parent or sibling.
Supporting bereaved children and young people.
We want to see a world where no young person feels alone with their mental health, and all young people get the mental health support they need, when they need it, no matter what.
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide. Every week 125 people in the UK take their own lives. And 75% of all UK suicides are male.
CALM exists to change this offering frontline services (including free and confidential helpline and webchat), community services, and awareness campaigns.
Race on the Agenda (ROTA) works closely with communities impacted by systemic racism, prioritising mental health, education and criminal justice.
Have you been triggered or affected by Hussein's story?
Here's a list of organisations, helplines and information pages where you can get support. If you know of any we haven't listed please do let us know and we'll add them here for others!
Stand against Racism and Inequality Charity (SARI) provides support for victims for any type of hate crimes, including racist, faith-based, disablist, homophobic, transphobic, age-based or gender-based.
Black Minds Matter connects Black individuals and families with free mental health services, removing the stigma and remodelling the services to be relevant for the Black community. Every penny donated goes towards connecting Black families and individuals with Black therapists to provide free sessions.
Can't find help in your country?
Child Helpline International is a collective impact organisation with 167 members from 140 countries and territories around the world.
Use this service to help find a local organisation near you that may be able to help!
Get involved in Empathy Week 2022
We hope you've loved being part of the Empatico x Empathy Week film club! Don't forget that Empathy Week 2022 is coming up soon! Watch and share our trailer below and click register to be involved in February 2022 - together, we are building the #EmpathyGeneration.