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Apps and Resources to Support Children, Young People and Adults

Safeguarding: Children, Young People and Adults

The NHS have produced a new mobile app, as a resource for healthcare professionals to increase their awareness and understanding of safeguarding requirements. The app is available for PC, Apple iOS (via the App Store) and Android (via Google Play). 

Download from the link(s) below:


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Children and Young People

MOMO – Mind of My Own | Making it easier for children and young people to communicate.

“At Mind of My Own we believe that every child should be able to give their voice to their lived experience – and be heard. We create full accessible apps that provide a unique digital solution to advancing universal children’s rights’ as such we are the only digital tool that comprehensively supports Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).”

Available here: https://mindofmyown.org.uk/

Healthcare Apps to Manage Mental and Physical Wellbeing: Humber and North Yorkshire Health Care Partnership. 

Your local health app finder contains independently reviewed health apps, to help find the best quality-checked apps for you, your friends and family. 

Available here: https://hny.orcha.co.uk/

Bright Sky

Bright Sky is a free to download mobile app providing support and information for anyone who may be in an abusive relationship or those concerned about someone they know.

The app is also available to use in Polish, Punjabi and Urdu.

For more information, please see details and advice about using the app in your app store:

Modern Slavery: Unseen UK

The Unseen app makes reporting to the modern slavery and exploitation helpline even easier.

The app provides a simple guide to recognising the signs of modern slavery and reporting concerns in confidence.

Download from the link(s) below:


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Mini Marketplace – The Go-To

The Mini Marketplace is the go-to for social and emotional mental health support for children and young people which can be used by young people, parents and professionals.

Available here: https://thegoto.org.uk

Quell (Craven area only for adults aged 19+)

This easy to use platform at www.qwell.io is for all adults over the age of 19 and anyone using the site can access free anonymous emotional and mental health support, in a safe and confidential space. Commissioned by NHS Bradford District and Craven Clinical Commissioning Group, in partnership with Bradford Metropolitan District Council, the Qwell service is provided by Kooth.com, for people who are based in Craven, which is accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Online chat sessions are also available with experienced counsellors where people can drop in or alternatively, book a one-to-one session. The counselling sessions are available from 12-noon until 10pm on weekdays and from 6pm until 10pm on weekends, 365 days a year.


Online mental wellbeing community, providing free safe and anonymous support for young people. Offering helpful articles and tips, discussion boards, live chat facility with a member of the team, write a daily journal to track feelings and reflect on how you are doing.

Available here: https://kooth.com

West Yorkshire and Harrogate Healthy Hearts

The aim of the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Healthy Hearts is to reduce the impact of cardiovascular disease and help prevent heart-related illnesses, including heart attacks and strokes across the region. There is a range of apps and online tools to help manage your health and wellbeing.

Available here: https://westyorkshireandharrogatehealthyhearts.co.uk

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