There are LOTS of places where you can go and lots of people you can speak who really want to help you with lots of advice and support. Here’s a brief list of really useful websites and links and below that there’s a list of services in Hull & East Yorkshire.
A brilliant website for support in Hull & East Yorkshire and beyond;
Tons of really useful support and info for young people;
Lots of support with problems young people are facing;
Amazing advice about things like body image, stress, relationships and mental health;
Excellent resource on children and young people’s mental health for adults and families;
The Samaritans offer support anybody of any age.
Lots of support and information about eating disorders;
A dedicated forum on self-harm;
Advice and support to anyone affected by bullying. Also has online chat and a helpline 08088 002 222
The Warren Youth Project
Three Minute Heroes is run by The Warren Youth Project. The Warren is a project devised BY young people FOR young people. It’s a place where young people can just be themselves and – if they like – they can use The Warren’s Counselling Service, or take up one of our hundreds of creative learning courses, or use our music recording and rehearsal space, or get employment and skills support through our Achieve Project. We also run projects such as the LGBT support group Shout; the Young Carers Project and our Pathway Plus Group for young people with Aspergers and Autism. Mostly we work with Young People aged 14-25 who are facing a range of challenges in their lives that can impact on their emotional health and wellbeing. The Warren also provides counselling to young people aged 10+ through the Headstart Programme in schools throughout Hull.
Young people can access all of these services by emailing, phoning or just dropping into the building. Although, if you’d prefer your parent/carer, GP, school or another professional can refer you into our counseling service.
There may be occasions the ‘drop in’ for counselling is not available as counsellors will be on visits with other young people, however this does not happen often.
For Counselling please call: 01482 221416 or email email@example.com
For employment & skills support call: 01482 218357
For information on all other services, please call: 01482 218115
Address: The Warren of Hull,
47-49 Queens Dock Avenue,
Hull HU1 3DR
We look forward to seeing you!
TURN 2 US
TURN 2 Us is delivered by the Youth Development Service.
Turn 2 Us offers a time for you to chat with a youth worker if you are feeling anxious, stressed out worried, fed up or just want someone to talk to. They are there to listen and offer individual and group support.
Schools: Turn 2 Us is delivered as a lunch time drop in within every Secondary school in Hull (11-16 yrs).
Community: Turn 2 Us is also delivered within Astra, Kingston, Route One and Andrew Marvell Youth Centres during the school holiday periods (11-16yrs).
If you’re in secondary school Turn 2 Us will be in your school at lunch time on the following dates:
Winifred Holtby – Monday and Wednesday
Kingswood – Monday and Thursday
Newland – Tuesday
Sirius North – Wednesday and Friday
Trinity House – Tuesday
Kelvin Hall – Wednesday
Sirius West – Monday
Archbishop Sentamu – Monday
Malet Lambert -Tuesday
If you are aged 11-16 you can access community youth groups at Astra , Kingston, Route One, Andrew Marvell Youth Centres by ringing 01482 331238.
Kingston Youth Centre
Telephone: 01482 331238
Children & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
CAMHS helps young people up to the age of 18 years old, who are struggling with their emotions, relationships, personal development or their behaviour.
If you are aged 16 and above, you can refer yourself to this service by calling the phone number.
If you are under 16, your parents or carers can refer you using the phone number or by asking a professional such as your GP to refer you.
CAMHS Crisis Team
The CAMHS Crisis Team work across both Hull and the East Riding. The team are available to support children, young people and families in crisis presentations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You can access this service by calling the Team on the out of hours number 335600 or call 303688 in normal working hours.
01482 335600 – the service is accessible in this way out of office hours and on a weekend.
School nurses can support you in all types of situations from bullying, relationship worries to some health concerns. If you’re feeling worried, stressed or down, your school nurse may be your first point of call. They will help to support you, although there may be times when they will need to refer you to a different service that is more able to support you – they will always talk to you and tell you beforehand.
School nurses work with children and young people to promote good health, prevent ill health and encourage healthy behaviour to enable them to reach their full potential.
School nurses can advise and support you with any worries and health concerns. School nurses work with many other professionals and services and will make sure you are seen by the most suitable service.
Your school will have a weekly pop-in where you can see your school nurse or you can call to make an appointment.
Telephone: 01482 344301 / 336634
Cornerhouse offers information and support on all aspects of sexual health, relationships and sexuality (LGBT) aged 10-25.
You can access this service by calling the telephone number or dropping in.
Contact Telephone Number: 01482 327044
Address: Cornerhouse, 29 Percy Street, Hull, HU2 8HL
Cornerhouse Boys and Young Men’s Project
Cornerhouse works with boys and young men up to the age of 19 providing 1-1 on a range of issues.
You can contact Rob for more information on the phone number or email address.
Telephone – 01482 327044
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Cornerhouse Young People’s Drop-In
Providing free a walk in sexual health service for young people aged 13-19. Offering free condoms, pregnancy testing, chlamydia screening, information and signposting.
You can access this service if you are aged 13-19
Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturday – 12pm – 4.30pm
Telephone – 01482 336322
Address: 1 Ferensway, Hull, HU2 8NW
There are a variety of ways that young people can access free help in a non- judgemental and supportive environment: Counselling – trained counsellors can help you to develop coping strategies and help to address emotional issues that negatively impact on your day to day life.
Groups with other young people and volunteers who may be suffering with similar problems.
Work with a mentor. Our volunteer mentors are also young people and understand the struggles.
You can call the number, email or pop in to the office. Mind also have a dedicated information worker you can call on 01482 240133 or email iservice@HEYMind.org.uk, who is additionally available for 1-2-1 appointments and can support you to refer in.
Tel: 01482 240200 Email: email@example.com
Address: Hull & East Yorkshire Mind
108 Beverley Road
Hull, HU3 1XA
Young Carers & Sibling Support
This is a free service is available to support children and young people aged between 5-18 years who help to care for someone in their family who has an illness, disability, mental health condition or drug/alcohol dependency.
This service can also support you if you have a brother or sister who has a disability.
You can access this support by emailing or calling the number. However, if you are under 16, Barnados will need consent from your parents/carers.