Asking for help is not a sign of weakness. Your mental and emotional health should always be a priority. If you are a child and you are struggling, your parents will always be the best point of call for help.

 

Our coaching and safeguarding team will always be there as a first point of call to listen, and to direct you to the right channels for support. 

 

For gymnasts, coaches, parents, friends and family, the following resources are available to support you when you or your loved ones don’t feel ok. 

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NHS Scotland 

In a medical emergency always call 999

The NHS 111 service provides urgent mental health assessment and support 24/7. Call 111 in Scotland for support. Information, help, and advice can be found on the website below.

 

NHS 24 Mental Health Hub

Childline

A service for young people under 19 struggling with mental health issues, or any other problem. Phone: 0800 1111

https://www.childline.org.uk/get-support/1-2-1-counsellor-chat/

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Young Minds Crisis Messenger 

If you are a young person experiencing a mental health crisis, you can text the YoungMinds Crisis Messenger for free, 24/7 support.  Text YM to 85258

https://youngminds.org.uk

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Mikeysline Crisis Support

Mikeysline in Inverness offer a peer support text service, and are also trialling a pilot scheme to support teenagers who are struggling with their mental health.

https://www.mikeysline.co.uk

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Breathing Space

Breathing Space ​offers a free, confidential service for anyone in Scotland experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety. Phone: 0800 83 85 87 (not 24/7).

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