Healthcare Plans

Supporting pupils with medical conditions at school – GOV.UK ( (Link to statutory government guidance)

Supporting_pupils_with_medical_conditions_-_templates.docx ( (Link to Healthcare Plan Templates)

Mental Health Resources for under 18

Sutton CAMHS offers mental health services and assessments (such as Autism and ADHD) for children and young people up to 18 years old.

Sutton Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) (

See this page on Contact for detailed FAQ about CAMHS services: Mental health services (CAMHS) | Contact

Referrals to CAMHS can be requested through your GP, school, or other professional. You can also submit a self-referral for CAMHS services. If you need support filling out a self-referral, SIASS can help!

Off the Record offers free counselling for young people aged 11-25 in Sutton: Off the Record Youth Counselling (

Kooth offers mental health support and counselling for young people 11-24: Home – Kooth Student

Young Minds offers information and support on a wide range of mental health issues for young people: YoungMinds | Mental Health Charity For Children And Young People | YoungMinds

Mental Health Resources for 18+

If you are concerned about your mental health, talk to your GP to find out what the appropriate next step would be for your situation.

Sutton Uplift offers helpful therapy for people struggling with mental health. There is a waiting list, but they do take self-referrals: A new service for people living in Sutton with emotional or psychological difficulties (

24/7 Mental Health Support Line

The Mental Health Support Line is open to anyone affected by urgent mental health issues. Adults or children may call anytime, day or night, for emotional support and mental health advice: 0800 028 8000

Where to get urgent help for mental health – NHS (

A detailed list of mental health resources for children and adults in Sutton can be found here: Local mental health services | Mental Health Support | Sutton Council

If someone has seriously injured themselves, taken an overdose, or at risk of harming themselves or others, call 999 immediately. You are not wasting anyone’s time. Mental health emergencies are EMERGENCIES.

Self-Harm Resources

Tips for coping with urges to self-harm right now | Mind, the mental health charity – help for mental health problems

Where to get help for self-harm – NHS (

What is self-harm? | Mind, the mental health charity – help for mental health problems

Physical Health Resources

To find your nearest GP, pharmacy, dentist, or other NHS service, click here: Find services near you – NHS (

For health services such as OT & SALT’s for children under 5, and a variety of others click here: Home | Sutton Health and Care