ChatHealth is a school nursing text service for young people.
As a young person, you may be worried about your health and wellbeing and be unsure about how to get the help you need.
The ChatHealth text service is an easy way for young people to confidentially ask for help about a range of issues. They can also find out how to access other local services including emotional support or sexual health services.
The texting service, available to young people across all of Nottinghamshire, aims to offer a relevant, accessible method of contact and a flexible way to provide support.
Young people aged 11-19 can receive confidential advice on a wide range of issues such as bullying, emotional health and wellbeing, sexual health as well as illnesses. The service will allow young people in the area to send messages to a dedicated number which will be delivered to a secure website. Once there, texts will be responded to by the Healthy Family Teams within one working day.
The above link will open your deafult text app if clicked on a smart phone.
The service is available on Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm, excluding bank holidays. Out of hours, anyone who texts the service will receive an automated message with advice on where to get help if their question is urgent.