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      One of the founding principles of the NHS “Best For You” programme is that they amplify, not replicate, high-quality tools and services young people can use to support their mental health and wellbeing.
      The NHS is actively promoting on their “Best For You” social media channels that OCD ACTION has a range of online support services for young people, including an e-helpline for ages 14+. There are also support groups (ages 16+) and a telephone helpline for adults, both of which are open to people who have OCD and those who support them.

      The NHS wants everyone to know that if you want to get support for OCD, the charity OCD Action has free helplines and support groups for young people and adults. The helplines and support groups mean you can talk about OCD with someone who understands, and who can help you understand more about OCD and the support and treatment options available. If you’re under 25, you can email instead of speaking on the phone.

      The groups and helplines do not offer urgent support. If you need urgent support, visit the get help now page.

      For more details, read: Get support for OCD online through OCD Action

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