For young people

If you are a young person aged between 12-25 and need information relating to general mental health, physical health, work & study and alcohol and other drugs, this section is designed for you.


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Life issues
Health & wellbeing
Mental health
Alcohol & other drugs
Work & study

eating for a healthy headspace

Eating well gives you more energy, helps you sleep better, improves your concentration and, you guessed it, keep a healthy headspace.

connecting with others for a healthy headspace

Putting time into your relationships can help you feel connected, boost your energy and, ultimately, help you keep a healthy headspace.

get in to life to keep your headspace healthy

Achieving small tasks and doing things you enjoy can boost your confidence and lift your mood – helping you keep a healthy headspace.

tips to keep good mental health

Good mental health and wellbeing allows you to live your life in a positive and meaningful way and cope with life’s changes and challenges.

how headspace can help

When things get tough, it can help to access the right support and talk to someone who understands what young people go through

what are mental health difficulties and when to seek help

You hear the phrase “mental health difficulties” used all the time. But what does it actually mean?

what is healthy electronic gaming?

Healthy gaming can help us to have structure and routine in our lives and provides some beneficial downtime, relaxation and fun.
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Reaching out to friends and offering support

When you see a friend having a tough time, it’s a good idea to reach out and offer support. It can be as simple as checking in, letting them know that you care and that you’re there to help them. Finding the words to start a conversation isn’t always easy, especially when you don’t know what kind of help you can offer.