See, Hear, Respond Scotland is here to help children, young people and families cope with the Covid-19 crisis.

In response to COVID-19, we have a number of ways to offer you support if you live in Scotland:

  • Confidential online referral
  • A free helpline (0800 157 7015)
  • A support hub of advice and information

Tell us a bit about yourself

Our online referral forms below are made for you to talk about a number of things:

  • anxieties (or other feelings) about living with COVID restrictions and lockdown
  • being in school
  • help with isolation
  • help with particular things such as those with health vulnerabilities or disabilities
  • relationships with parents and family  
  • stress or money problems
  • keeping safe and well during covid
  • using online methods of communication and media safely

Professionals can also submit a referral through our secure, professional form below.

Support hub

Our support hub is a space for parents, carers and young people to access a range of materials, resources and much more to help deal with some of the challenges the pandemic has presented. 

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    Emotional wellbeing

    The Mental Health Sub-Hub features lots of useful resources to help you prioritise yours and your children’s mental health.

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    Supporting families

    In the Supporting Families Sub-Hub you will find a range of resources, tools, videos and more focused on supporting your family during the pandemic.

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    Online life

    We know that helping children navigate the internet can be a real concern for many parents and carers. The Online Life Sub-Hub features guides and resources to help you talk to your child.

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    Back to school

    In the back to school sub hub you will find a range of resources, tools, videos and more to help you support your child’s journey going back to school.

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    Special Educational Needs & Disability

    The SEND Sub-Hub features information and resources for children with complex needs, such as children and young people with special educational needs and disability (SEND).

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    Young carers

    The Young Carers Sub-Hub is where you will find a range of resources, tools, videos to support you as a young carer dealing with increased pressure during the pandemic.

What sorts of resources will I find here?

You will be able to find lots of helpful resources, from articles to toolkits, podcasts to animations, and much more.

I am a professional, can I access the resources?

Yes, the See, Hear, Respond Hub is an interactive space where you will find a range of materials to signpost service users to.

Other useful Scotland links

https://www.celcis.org/knowledge-bank/spotlight/covid19info/

https://scvo.org.uk/support/coronavirus

https://young.scot/campaigns/national/coronavirus

There’s also Scotland NHS:

https://www.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/

https://publichealthscotland.scot/

Remember: in an emergency, always contact 999 and in non-emergencies, contact 101

Your data, Your rights

For information on what data this service collects about you and how we will handle it please see our Your Data, Your Rights leaflet.