The Valley Trust believes that the benefit of one to one Counselling by experienced and trained therapists is often the best way of reaching out and supporting vulnerable children. However there are many funded organisations who offer lots of different types of assistance to children and young adults.
For your information, we have listed a few of them below.
Barnardo’s moving forward project: firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting young people aged 13-18 with life skills and days out.
Drugs and alcohol often play a significant role in the lives of young people, whether that be curiosity, experimentation, recreational or problematic use and very infrequently, dependent use. Change Grow Live offers a range of services nationally for young people and young adults up to the age of 25.
The CYP Haven is a safe place for children and young people aged 10-18 where you can talk about worries and mental health in a confidential, friendly and supportive environment.
Kooth is a free online counselling and emotional well-being support service for children and young people. As an early intervention solution, Kooth helps to reduce waiting times for young people seeking help while removing the stigma associated with accessing mental health support.
Stem4 provides information on identification, intervention and effective management of commonly occurring teenage mental health issues. This information is shared via their website. They also have a Calm Halm app which was developed to help young people manage the urge to self-harm.
The NHS Mindful Service- West service is for young people aged 16–25 with emerging-to-moderate mental health difficulties.
The service provides signposting, consultation, assessment and intervention. It particularly targets young people who are ‘hard to reach’, such as those who have been looked after, are not in education, employment or training and may have difficulty in accessing traditional mental health services.
Surrey Heath Waverley
|Surrey Care Trust|
Surrey Care Trust provides learning, training and mentoring to support young people and adults in improving their chances in life. Their mission is to tackle disadvantaged, social exclusion and hardship in local communities. To reach out to people to equip them with the skills to improve their economic situation, to reduce their social isolation and to convince them that they have a valuable contribution to make to society. The service is aimed at 16-25 year olds.
Supporting young carers aged under 18.