Pages from this Mindworks Surrey website include:


Covid-19 Resource Pack for Parents and Carers - contains information and resources to support your family through the transition back to school.

Building Resilience

Neurodevelopmental Service


24/7 crisis line for children, young people and parents/carers


Hope-run fortnightly parent and carers group covering a wide range of subjects. 

Below are third party websites which also contain much helpful information for parents and carers. Please note we are not responsible for the content of external websites.

Self-care tips and videos for young people - Every Mind Matters NHS

This website has lots of excllent advice on mental health and self-care for young people, and a range of helpful self-care videos to help you take good care of yourself.

Healthy Surrey

Healthy Surrey provides support for your family's emotional wellbeing and mental health needs with self-help resources, online help and details on where to get more help if you need it. Subjects covered include:

  • What to look out for if you're worried about your child's mental wellbing
  • Self help - strategies for children and young people's mental wellbeing
  • Support in Surrey - local services to help support your mental health and wellbeing
  • Crisis - mental wellbeing support for children and young people when you feel you are in a crisis
  • Information for parents/carers 
  • SEND support - services providing support specifically for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities
  • Domestic Abuse Hotline – Help and support for anyone experiencing domestic abuse in Surrey, 01483 776822, 9am to 9pm, 7 days a week, provided by yourSanctuary.
  • Family Voice Surrey - Surrey's parent carer forum for families of children and young people with additional needs.
  • Homestart Surrey - Being a parent has never been easy. It can be lonely, frustrating, heart breaking and over-whelming. Life-changing events can happen to anyone. That is why Home-Start is ready to support families through their toughest times. Every Home-Start volunteer - Trained to help work alongside you to overcome the challenges you are facing. Working with you to build on your strengths and give you the support that you need.
  • Surrey Minority Ethnic Forum - represents the needs and aspirations of a growing ethnic minority population in Surrey.

You can contact Surrey Local Offer, the online hub for 0 to 25 year olds (and their families) with special educational needs or a disability.

You can also contact Family Voice Surrey, a local charity which speaks up for the families of children and young people with additional needs in Surrey. They give Surrey parents a strong collective voice, a forum to share knowledge and empowerment to improve opportunities for our children.

A helpful guide from the Royal College of Psychiatrists for parents and carers of children and young people who have anxiety.

Information from YoungMinds for parents or carers of young people with various emotional and wellbeing challenges, including self-harm.