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  1. Carers

    Many people do not think of themselves as carers. If you spend time looking after a relative, child, partner or friend who is frail or has a physical or learning disability or mental health problem, then you are a carer. There is lots of help…
  2. Contact Customer First (Social Services)

    Last updated: 10/02/2022 Customer First is the first point of contact for social services in Suffolk. We deal with enquiries and referrals about adults, children and mental health assessments. If you are unsure if your enquiry is about social care, contact us. We will be happy…
  3. Carrying out any caring responsibilities for a child

      Do you have any children that are dependent on you? If yes, do you need help with your parenting/caring responsibilities? Follow the links on this page to find out about: Childminders, children's centers, holiday schemes and other child care options Support for children with…
  4. Raising low self-esteem

    We all have times when we lack confidence and don't feel good about ourselves. But when low self-esteem becomes a long-term problem, it can have a harmful effect on our mental health and our lives. What is self-esteem? Self-esteem is the opinion we have of…
  5. I'm worried about my child's mental health

        Does your child need urgent help? If it's an emergency call 999. If it's not life threatening. Call NHS 111 and press option 2 for 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Support. The video below titled 'Mental Health Myths (Mind your Language)' expains about common misunderstandings…
  6. Depression in children and young people

    What is the difference between low mood and depression in children and young people? Low mood may come and go, whereas depression is when a child or young person is  struggling with feelings of sadness over a long period of time that won't go away.…
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