Our question and answer service is made possible due to the time and effort of a collection of well known information providers and trained advisors. Here you can find out more about them.
Addaction is a charity that provides treatment, help and advice about drugs and alcohol for young people and adults. We have services all over the UK, including several specially for young people - youngaddaction.
Brook provides free, confidential sexual health services for young people under 25 via a national network of Centres and the 'Ask Brook' service, which comprises a freephone Helpline (0808 802 1234), confidential on-line enquiry service and text messaging service.
bss answers well over a million e-mail, phone and web chat enquiries a year about health, education, careers, and social well-being.
Citizens Advice Bureaux (CAB) are independent registered charities providing free, independent, impartial and confidential advice to anyone who needs it, on a whole range of issues.
SANE is a national mental health charity which aims to raise awareness of mental illness and campaign to improve services and initiate and fund research into the causes of serious mental illness through its research centre. Information and emotional support is also provided to anyone affected by mental illness via the helpline, SANEline and by email, via SANEmail.
Bad housing wrecks lives.
Shelter believes everyone should have a home. They help 100,000 people a year fight for their rights, get back on their feet, and find and keep a home. Shelter also tackles the root causes of Britain's housing crisis by campaigning for new laws, policies, and solutions.
Founded in 1980, 42nd Street works with young people 11-25 who are under stress or experiencing mental health problems.
Hilary Freeman is an experienced agony aunt, freelance journalist and novelist, as well as a frequent contributor to radio and TV programmes, and is the current agony aunt on Sky.
Melissa is a ChildLine-trained counsellor and Certified Life Coach who has been advising young people on their problems for more than 15 years.
Andrea is a UKCP registered Psychotherapist, trainer and media advisor with 10 years specialist expertise in helping young people and adults who struggle with eating disorders, self-harm and other self-destructive problems.
Christine Webber is a psychotherapist, health writer and agony aunt. She appears regularly on various radio programmes and also on Channel 5's The Wright Stuff. She is a columnist for Woman magazine. And - along with her husband - writes all the sex and relationships content for the Netdoctor website.
Matt Whyman has been an agony uncle since the mid-Nineties, writing for Bliss, 19, B and AOL UK.