Young People’s Services

What do we do?

We offer accessible, confidential support and advice to young people who need help with drug or alcohol problems.

We will give you honest information about how they work, what the risks are, and how you can reduce those risks.

You do not have to want to stop using to start working with us.

We can help if you are worried about a friend or family member and their drink or drug use. We have helped lots of people and we can help you too.

Our service is free and confidential and includes:

      • Advice and information
      • One-to-one support
      • Group work support
      • Telephone support
      • Virtual support
      • Family support
      • NEET Support (for those not in education, employment or training)
      • Diversionary activities for example – Gym memberships, walk and talk sessions, visits to places of interest, health and well being session

    What can we do for you?

    Our services help young people in who are worried about their use of alcohol or drugs, or concerned about how substance abuse is affecting another young person. All our young people services are trauma informed. A young person has a choice on:

    • Where they are seen
    • Being seen on their own or with some one you trust
    • Choice of a male or female worker
    • A volunteer to buddy up with.

    Our services are strictly confidential. We will only talk with other agencies if we are worried about your safety. If we do this, we will always tell you why.

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    A different approach to support

    When people engage well and make positive changes with us, for example :

    • We work will work with local gyms to support free gym membership to those aged over 16
    • Hold walk and talk sessions
    • Arrange fund days out
    • Set up peer mentoring schemes


    Partnership working

    We work in partnership with a variety services such as the Youth Offending Teams, Local youth services, Children Mental Health services , sexual health Teams, Local school, and social care.

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