Getting Help

We have information here if you need to speak to someone, or think you need help for your mental health.

‘What's on your mind?’ Card

This card was designed by our young volunteers who told us that one of the big issues they face is not having the right words to use to describe how they are feeling.  The ‘What's on your mind?’ card is full of practical tips to help you think about where to go, what to say and who to talk to.

Just click on the card to download your own.

Help in an emergency

See Me is not able to provide any direct support or advice to individuals in mental distress. If you need support or advice urgently, there are a number of places you can get in touch with. If you're in need of urgent help, please use one of the links below.


Samaritans provides confidential non-judgemental emotional support for anyone, of any age, who is struggling to cope – you don’t have to be suicidal.

The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Call: 116 123
Text: 07725 90 90 90

Breathing Space

Breathing Space is a free, confidential phoneline service for any individual, of any age, who is experiencing low mood and depression, or who is unusually worried and in need of someone to talk to. 
Lines are open from 6pm – 2am Monday to Thursday and 6pm – 6am Friday to Monday AM

Call: 0800 83 85 87

NHS 24

NHS 24 is a call centre operated by the NHS to provide patients with health advice and help over the phone when your usual GP services aren’t available. Anyone, of any age can call. Referrals can also be made over the phone to crisis support and other mental health professionals outwith normal GP practice working hours.

Call: 111 or if you think you need an emergency ambulance, call 999 and speak to the operator

ChildLine Scotland

ChildLine is a counselling service for children and young people under the age of 19. You can contact ChildLine anytime and in these ways; You can phone, send an email, have a 1-2-1 chat, send a message to Ask Sam and you can post messages to the ChildLine message boards. Visit the website to find out more.

Call 0800 1111 

Young Scot

Young Scot has an info line which is a free and confidential phone service for 11-26 year olds. It has information on a range of topics including mental health.

You can ask them any question on topics, such as on relationships, health and wellbeing, school, work, etc. Their advisors can provide you with information and signposting on these topics but unfortunately can’t offer advice or support.  

Call 0808 801 0338

7 Cups of Tea

7 Cups of Tea is an online emotional health and well being service