Everyday life can be challenging, causing an estimated 1 in 10 young people to have a diagnosable mental health condition such as anxiety disorder, depression, self-harm, eating disorder or OCD; that's around 3 young people in every classroom.
FSN is helping to make a difference to children and young people affected by emotional difficulties by offering a FREE Drop-In service in St Leonards on Sea to help young people:
- Increase awareness of mental health
- Improve self-esteem and confidence
- Build positive relationships
- Learn coping strategies for dealing with challenging situations
- Boost overall wellbeing
Who is it for?
For young people aged 15 - 19 years in secondary education, sixth form or college
What does Time to Be do
Offers a Drop-In group on Fridays between 5-6.30pm at the Robsack Centre. Supporting young people with their emotional well-being focussing on:
Transitions between education establishments/in to work
Exam and study skills support
Choices in relation to education and health
Families, friendships and relationships
Referrals for the service can be made by professionals or families, or young people can self-refer.
To make a referral please complete a referral form [referral form link] or for more information contact a member of the team on 01424 855222 ext 207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org