Centre 33, Someone to Talk to
Someone to Talk to supports people aged 13-25 with a range of issues, in particular with:
- Emotional health We provide a safe and confidential place to share and explore ways of overcoming worries. We can provide counselling and guided self-help support.
- Sexual health We offer support to talk about relationships, sexual health, sexuality, gender, contraception, drugs and alcohol.
- Gaining safe and secure housing We support those who are already homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, helping to identify needs and agree an action plan.
- Gaining meaningful employment/ education/training Via our New Horizons project we specialise in supporting people move nearer to education, employment or training with intensive one-to-one support.
- Finances & Budgeting We support people to access information and support around money, budgeting and priority spending in order to manage money. We also provide food bank vouchers.
“We will listen and help sort out anything that is worrying you. Our team is used to talking to young people about all sorts of things.”
Opening time notes
All year except bank holidays, and the Christmas period.
- Monday:12pm – 5pm
- Tuesday:12pm – 5pm
- Wednesday:12pm – 5pm
- Thursday:12pm – 5pm
- Friday:12pm – 5pm
- Saturday:10am – 1pm
- All Year
Someone to Talk to supports people aged 13-25.
You don't need a referral to access our service, just get in touch.
- Cost: Free
- Age range: 13 - 25
Last updated on: 20/07/2022
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