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A Handy Help to find what you need

Here you will find links to other services who can support you, including mental well-being, youth services, information on substances and wider support services. Click the logos to take you to their website. For you, for youth, for all.


If you are struggling to cope and need to talk, trained Shout Volunteers are here for you, day or night. 


To help prevent suicide in young people - reach out if you need help. 

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To find support for mental health whether

you are a young person, the parent of a

young person or a professional working

with a young person who needs support

with their mental well-being. 

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Sane's services are confidential and you can discover the support and guidance for anyone affected by mental illness, as well as carers and families.

Mental health
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Solent Mind are there to make sure that anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn to for advice and support. Their mental health experts can help if you feel low, worried or anxious and need to talk.


italk is a psychological therapy service which you are able to self-refer online.


Kooth is an online mental well-being community for anonymous and safe support. 


Hampshire Youth Access (HYA) is a partnership of 11 leading agencies providing counselling, information, advice, and support to children and young people aged 5 to 17 across Hampshire.

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Families Matter's aim is to transform lives by providing practical and emotional support to families throughout the Hythe & Waterside area.

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Support for those who have been affected domestic and sexual abuse.

Wider youth support services

No Limits is a charity offering free and confidential information, advice, counselling, advocacy and support to children and young people under the age of 26 in Southampton and Hampshire. 


Breakout Youth is an independent charity based in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight offering confidential support for young people aged 11 to 25, who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning or unsure of their sexuality or gender identity.


Step by Step support young people who are going through hard times including homelessness. 


Catch22 deliver universal, targeted and specialist substance misuse services exclusively for young people up to 25-years-old.


Talk to Frank provide honest information about drugs. 

Wider support

Citizens advice support the New Forest community and can give advice on a wide range of issues including finances. 


Turn2us offer a free benefits calculator to check you are receiving all of your entitlements.


Step Change provide free, expert debt advice and here you find a link to support with making a budget.


Feed your family provide healthy meal recipes on a budget.


Support with housing and

homelessness from NFDC.

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