MeeToo: peer support app

Secondary

The MeeToo app is safe and secure forum for young people, where they can discuss any issue affecting their lives.

Through using the MeeToo app, young people can anonymously get advice from experts or other young people going through similar experiences. Topics that are discussed on the app include mental health concerns, self-harming, relationships and friendships.

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • young people aged 11 and up
  • use by individual students

Please note that because this is an app with user-generated content, it has not been fully quality-assured by our team. MeeToo is a trusted source with significant expertise in the mental health field, so we have still included it. Before recommending the resource to a student, we would recommend looking through it and assessing whether it is suitable for the students that you work with.

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