How we help:
Operate a free confidential supported listening helpline for people facing all sorts of worries and concerns; 0808 number open Monday-Friday 9-5. Staffed by trained volunteers, using reflective listening techniques and quality standards. Member of The Helplines Association and The Helplines Partnership.
Help people with emotional support to deal with a wide range of issues: family problems, children’s behaviour, teenagers, depression & anxiety, stress & isolation, education, school problems, bullying, step-parenting, grandchildren, separation/divorce. Non-judgemental, non-critical listening. Repeat calls encouraged until matter resolved.
Promote a Youth Access programme, through our `I Need Help` initiative; have a part-time outreach Youth Ambassador who visits schools and colleges to raise awareness.
Confidential email service also available.
We can direct callers to sources of help from an extensive database of 700+ organisations.
Address: P O Box 402, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 2GH
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