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If you want informal support, somewhere you can drop in to for a chat with friendly people who are there to help you, there are many different places you can contact or go to. Please look at these pages for more information.
Time Out (Healthy Minds) will help you ‘find your thing’, through activities such as arts, crafts, sports, singing and drama. Time Out is a self referral scheme to help you feel good, make friends and support you to relax, socialise and do something for yourself. Phone: 01422 345154 or 07388 990 229.
Youth Works is a safe space for you to come along, ‘chill out’, have a chat, listen to music and access the internet. The drop-in is open weekdays at the Orangebox in Halifax from 3.30pm to 5.45pm. Phone:01422 320 033.
1325 is a project for girls and young women between the ages of 13 and 25. We work across both Calderdale and Kirklees and our aim is to work alongside girls and young women in our community to support and empower them to reach their full potential. 1325 provides both emotional and practical support around a wide range of issues which is provided in a safe space. They offer 1:1 support in a variety of settings and group work to raise self esteem, confidence and resilience. Phone: 07841 199669.
Safespace offers emotional support for people in distress during evenings and weekends. It’s open from 6pm on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays – with the latest available appointments at 10pm.
Individuals who are struggling can have up to an hour with a worker to talk through what’s happening and agree next steps. After one-to-one support, individuals are able to stay for a while until they feel ready to go home.
Lots of students get support from their school/college/university when they’re going through a tough time. You can speak to anyone working in your establishment about anything that’s bothering you, whether its education related or something different. In Calderdale, there are a range of services including peer support, family support and counselling that can help you.