Wellbeing Resource Hub

At Depop, we really value the well-being of our community. If you or someone you know is having a tough time, there is help available.

We have outlined some wellbeing resources in the UK, the US, Australia and the rest of the world below, with support options for:

  • General wellbeing support
  • Eating disorder support
  • Body positivity support
  • Suicide prevention support
  • Anxiety disorder support
  • Cyberbullying/cyberstalking support
  • Abuse and sexual harassment support
  • Financial help and hardship support
  • Fraud and phishing support
  • Hate crime support

 

General Wellbeing Support (UK):

  • Side By Side from Mind is an online community designed to support people with heir mental health.
  • The Mix offers support for those under 25 for a variation of mental health concerns.
  • Samaritans offer 24 hour phone support (call 116 123) to speak to someone in confidence.
  • Young Minds offer support and resources to support people young people with their mental health.

 

General Wellbeing Support (US):

  • Mental Health Forum has multiple forums for different mental health concerns, helping people with similar experiences to connect.
  • NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is a free, nationwide peer-support service providing information, resource referrals and support to people living with a mental health condition.

 

General Wellbeing Support (Australia):

  • Sane offers peer support spaces, counselling and resources for those experiencing mental health concerns.
  • KidsHelpLine focuses their support on those aged 5-25, in addition to resources for parents/carers who are concerned about a young person.

 

General Wellbeing Support (Rest of world):

  • Befrienders Worldwide can offer confidential support for those in need, with a wealth of contact information based on different locations.

 

Eating Disorder Support (UK):

  • Beat provides online support services through web-chat, email and peer support groups.
  • NHS provides guidance on how to support those with an eating disorder.

 

Eating Disorder Support (US):

  • NEDA (National Eating Disorders Association) provides online support services through web-chat, email, text and online forums.

 

Eating Disorder Support (Australia):

 

Eating Disorder Support (Rest of world):

  • Eating Disorder Hope offers resources and information, as well as specific support based on location.

 

Body Positivity Support (UK):

  • Be Real Campaign is a national movement made up of individuals, schools, businesses, charities and public bodies, all determined to change attitudes towards body image.
  • Mind also offers support in relation to BDD (Body Dysmorphic Disorder), as well as advice for parents/friends of those experiencing this.

 

Body Positivity Support (US):

  • TheBodyPositive offers resources for people experiencing poor body image, particularly teens and young adults.

 

Body Positivity Support (Australia):

 

Body Positivity Support (Rest of world):

  • Cybersmile offers information and links to organisations who can help with issues relating to body image.

 

Suicide Prevention Support (UK):

  • Papyrus (Prevention of Young Suicide) offers support to young people experiencing thoughts of suicide, as well as guidance for parents/carers/friends.
  • The Calm Zone offers resources and livechat for those experiencing thoughts of suicide, as well as guidance for parents/carers/friends.

 

Suicide Prevention Support (US):

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offer support around the clock. You can also contact them on 1-800-273-8255.
  • The Trevor Project is an online community for those aged between 13-24 and identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community. They have resources on suicide, with support for individuals and those supporting loved ones.

 

Suicide Prevention Support (Australia):

  • Lifeline provides 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. You can also call on 13 11 14.

 

Suicide prevention support (Rest of world):

 

Anxiety Disorder Support (UK):

  • Mind offers resources and support contacts for those dealing with anxiety and panic attacks. Includes tips for individuals, as well as guidance for friends and family.

 

Anxiety Disorder Support (US):

  • ADAA (Anxiety & Depression Association of America) offers treatment help, resources and tips for helping friends and relatives with anxiety disorders, depression and other related disorders.

 

Anxiety Disorder Support (Australia):

  • ARCvic (Anxiety Recovery Centre Victoria) provides support, recovery and educational services to people and families living with anxiety disorders.

 

Cyber-Bullying/Cyber-Stalking Support (UK):

  • Family Lives provides information for parents/carers on how to recognise cyber- bullying, as well as how to tackle it
  • Young Minds offers information for young people on bullying and cyber-bullying, with links to further support and resources.
  • GOV.UK has links to the national stalking hotline, with tips on how to report an incident.

 

Cyber-Bullying/Cyber-Stalking Support (US):

  • StopBullying provides information for parents/carers on how to recognise cyber- bullying, as well as how to tackle it.
  • Good Therapy offers therapy to those who have experienced bullying, as well as those who have been the bully themselves.
  • Victim Connect offers information and contact details for those looking to receive support.

 

Cyber-Bullying/Cyber-Stalking Support (Australia):

  • Heathdirect gives an overview on cyberbullying and how to tackle it, as well as ways to get further support.
  • Australia Government page offers information and support details for different types of online abuse, including cyber-stalking.

 

Cyber-Bullying and Cyber-Stalking Support (Rest of world):

  • Unicef offers information and tips for staying safe online, as well as links to support for different locations.

 

Abuse and Sexual Harassment Support (UK):

  • Victim Support offers free and confidential help for those who have experienced sexual harassment.
  • Victims Choice offers support for multiple types of online abuse, such as revenge-porn and cyber-stalking.
  • Respond offers support for those with learning difficulties who have experienced abuse or trauma.
  • Mind provides a guide for support options for those who have suffered abuse.

 

Abuse and Sexual Harassment Support (US):

  • RAINN (National Sexual Assault Hotline) has a livechat feature for those in need of support.

 

Abuse and Sexual Harassment Support (Australia):

  • 1800respect offers information, chat services and counselling for those who have experienced sexual violence.

 

Abuse and Sexual Harassment Support (Rest of world):

 

Financial Help/Hardship Organisations (UK):

  • GOV.UK has a guide for applying for a payment from the Hardship Fund. The fund helps low paid workers who are victims of crime.
  • Money Advice provides details on how to contact a financial advisor. Also covers how to manage money more effectively.
  • Citizens Advice has links to support with the cost of living, help with paying bills and checking what benefits people are entitled to.

 

Financial Help/Hardship Organisations (US):

  • Cesi provides a range of services from non profit credit counselling to debt consolidation options.

 

Financial Help/Hardship Organisations (Australia):

  • Money Smart (gov) provides resources and information for handling finances, as well as support for the emotional aspect.

 

Fraud and Phishing Support (UK):

  • Action Fraud provides advice on what to do if you have experienced fraud, in addition to how to report it.
  • Citizens Advice offers information and details on how to report a scam.
  • NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) offers information and details on how to report a phishing scam.

 

Fraud and Phishing Support (US):

  • USA.gov offers information and details on how to report a scam.

 

Fraud and Phishing Support (Australia):

 

Hate Crime Support (UK):

  • Stop Hate UK has resources and support for many different types of hate crimes, including those against the LGBTQIA+ community, racially motivated crimes, and targeted towards disability.
  • AKT has a ‘Stop Asian Hate’ page, with information around the recent increase, as well as how to safely report an incident.
  • TellMAMA offers confidential support for those who face anti-Muslim hatred and prejudice.
  • SARI (Stand Against Racism & Inequality) provides free and confidential support for anyone who is a victim of a hate crime.
  • Stonewall (UK) is a global movement and community for those who identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as their friends, families and allies. They have a link to information and resources with different support options for those in need.

 

Hate Crime Support (US):

  • The Trevor Project is an online community for those aged between 13-24 and identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community. They have a crisis counsellor to contact anytime, via phone or online.
  • Justice.gov provides information on how to report hate crimes.

 

Hate Crime Support (Australia):

  • Australia Government site has a page on how to report a racially targeted hate crime, as well as links to wellbeing support.
  • Hate Crime provides information on how to report and receive support for hate crimes.



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