About Mind You

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About Mind You 2018-02-21T15:33:50+00:00

Mind You is a South Gloucestershire based website for young people, their families and the professionals who support them. We’re here to help you explore emotional wellbeing and mental health issues and offer information about where support is available.

Please note, the website is not designed to diagnose emotional problems or mental health conditions and we cannot respond to enquiries from individuals relating to their health. To speak to someone urgently, please call ChildLine free on 0800 11 11

Working with young people

Children and young people in South Gloucestershire have helped create and develop the Mind You site. They have given us feedback and suggestions around what they do and don’t want to see on the site. Their help has been invaluable. For the consultation, a big thanks to Digitech, the South Gloucestershire Youth Board, Children in Care Council, HYPE, Brimsham Green Digital Champions, sixth formers at Yate Academy and students at Charborough Road Primary School and Callicroft Primary school. Thanks also to the South Gloucestershire Parents and Carers CIC.

All photos and videos on the site are with local young people. thanks to our wonderful models from Digitech, OTR peer navigators, Leigh and Daniel, and children from Abbotswood primary school.


If you are interested in being involved with creating content for Mind You (including sharing stories and videos) please contact us on mentalhealth@southglos.gov.uk

Working with parents and carers

We also consulted with parents and carers. Thank you for your time and input South Gloucestershire Parents and Carers CIC. If you are a parent and want to get more involved please mentalhealth@southglos.gov.uk We’d love to hear from you.

Working with professionals

We’ve created this website alongside professionals including help from AWP, CAMHS, Off the Record, Barnardo’s and the Public Health and Wellbeing team at South Gloucestershire Council.


Also a huge thank you to our amazing photographers, Amanda Harman and Jon Bewley.