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Guidance for professionals in Gloucestershire working with young people with mental health or emotional wellbeing concerns

Local Mental Health Services and Links 



The children and young people’s mental health service in Gloucestershire is delivered by 2gether NHS Foundation Trust.

Visit the website here


To download as a PDF, click here. 


On Your Mind Gloucestershire 

On Your Mind Glos (OYMG) is a mental health support finder for young people in Gloucestershire. The website includes a support finder, a directory of trusted local mental health services, self-help resources, and self-referral access to many NHS services in the county.

The way that this service looks, feels and works been informed by extensive research and testing with children and young people. This is an innovative and exciting step for children and young people’s mental health services in Gloucestershire.

Key messages:

  • OYMG can be accessed by anyone living in Gloucestershire, up to the age of 25

  • There are two ways to access OYMG – via the website or via by texting 07984 404388

  • The support on the website is confidential

  • We will not ask for any personal information, unless you need to make a self-referral

  • Information shared via the self-referral will not be shared, other than with the service



TIC+ (Teens in Crisis) provides free face-to-face and online counselling services across Gloucestershire for young people aged 9-21 and their families.

TIC+Chat - an anonymous, safe, confidential, 1-2-1, support service for young people aged 9-21 living in Gloucestershire. 


Other Useful Services

School Nurses

School nurses are offering a confidential drop-in service for young people in secondary school and at college. They can give advice on all kinds of issues to do with mental health, wellbeing and friendship. They can be contacted by telephone or email.


Activity on Referral

Activity on referral within schools is a supportive programme that links young people to local, community-based activities that we know will support their mental health. It is aimed at students experiencing mild to moderate mental health issues in school, where being active would greatly support their wellbeing.

Active Gloucestershire offer a variety of activities, run by trusted providers who will support a young person to take part in an activity. These sessions are part of regular clubs and activity programmes with trained coaches delivering fun and inclusive sessions, encouraging friendship and helping promote a positive frame of mind. Our ethos is that exercise should be fun and a choice, not a chore.

Sessions are free for the first 12 weeks but following this the young person can choose to stay with the activity provider and sign up to become a paying member.

To find out more click here or contact us via the email addresses below:

Lisa -

Nicky -


Community Wellbeing Service

The Community Wellbeing Service supports people with non-medical need by offering different levels of support including signposting to local community groups and on-to-one support:

  • In times of change e.g. redundancy, longer term health issues or retirement
  • In times of emotional hardship e.g. after a bereavement
  • Who are socially isolated and /or lonely
  • Who are worried about debt and financial issues
  • Who don’t know whether else to turn for support

The service is open to anyone who is over 16 years old and living in Gloucestershire or who is registered with a Gloucestershire GP.

Please see contact details for your local Community Wellbeing Service:



Telephone number

Email address


Gloucester City

0300 131 0024

Cheltenham & Tewkesbury

0300 365 6463

Stroud & Berkeley Vale

0345 863 8323

The Cotswolds

07738 106384 

Forest of Dean, Newent & Staunton

01594 812447


Gloucestershire Mentoring Programme

Gloucestershire Mentoring Programme is a free early intervention support service for vulnerable girls and young women in Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire. It’s distinctive because it’s for 11-25 year-olds considered at risk of being linked to criminal activity.

GMP offer trauma-informed, person-centered mentoring opportunities. Specifically, the chance to form a trusted adult relationship with a trained volunteer mentor – one that’s long-lasting, helps them build resilience and grow in confidence, and empowers them to have a positive future.

Visit the GMP website to make a referral 

Download the 'Making a Referral' poster

View the 'Volunteer Mentor' poster




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