Activities Oxfordshire lists activities, services, clubs and other things to do and places to go for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 with learning difficulties and disabilities).
Knowing how to improve your happiness and mental health will help you feel better throughout your life
Self harm: spotting the signs, identifying risks and helping someone at risk
If you are unhappy, low, or tired all of the time, then you may have depression, a treatable mental health condition
Everyone feels stressed sometimes and it can be useful and motivate your mind. But if you feel too much stress, too often, and can't calm down, then there may be a problem.
Everybody feels sad from time to time. But when feelings are getting out of control, you need to talk to someone right away.
Posters and fliers about activities and events for young people in Oxfordshire.
If you or someone you know is having difficulties with bullying, you can take action
Young carers look after someone at home who has extra needs, for example an illness, disability or addiction
Why should you take part in art?
Support yourself or someone you know who might have an eating disorder
Football is one of the most exciting sports in the world and it brings a variety of people together
Being homeless is dangerous, stressful, bad for your health and stops you getting on with your life - know how to avoid it
Mental health conditions are very common, around 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime
Information, tips and where to access support when you're feeling down.
Why you should pick up an instrument if you haven’t already!
Oxfordshire is famous for its beautiful environment, engaging wildlife and spectacular landscapes - and getting out and experiencing it is good for your health and happiness!
Find out about the School Health Nurse service and how they can help you
Stress is something that impacts everyone in different ways.
Learn all about sleep, including the benefits and top tips for getting your perfect night's sleep!
It is important to stay healthy and happy to make sure you live life to the full while you are growing up.
Swimming is a great form exercise whatever your age or ability
Everyone should be registered with a local GP (Doctor) so that they can get health support and treatment
When someone or something dies, there is no right or wrong way to feel - the experience is different for everyone
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is when a girl’s genitals (private parts) are cut. This is illegal in the UK.