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Bristol Local SEND offer

Click here to see the wide range of activities, local youth groups, accessible activities and venues for young people with SEND

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Carers Suport Centre

Our Young Carers Service provides help and support to children aged 8-18 in South Gloucestershire and 5-18 in Bristol, their families and professionals working with young carers in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

Click here to find out more about support if you are a young carer

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Creative Youth


Alongside our youth centres and activities our youth workers can help you to find your voice and discover your talents, and will be there to support you if and when things get rough. 

Click here to find out about our youth centres, support and other career and employment support too

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Creative Youth

Dramatherapy is a unique method of psychotherapy that uses play, movement, improvisation, storytelling and dramatisation to facilitate positive change and personal growth.

It helps develop creativity and imagination and aids during times of stress, emotional instability, and uncertainty.

.Click here to find out more

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Creative Youth

At Creative Youth Network we understand how overwhelming it can feel trying to make the best choices for your future.

Knowing what steps to take to get back into employment, education or training can be difficult. That’s why we’ve created a range of FREE courses led by YOU, to help you develop the skills, confidence and knowledge to take the next step.

Our Youth Workers and Trainers will support you to find the right course or employment, work towards a qualification and learn new skills – whatever you need to find the best path towards a brighter future.

So if you’re aged between 16 and 25 and struggling with education, employment or training, click on the link below to sign up to one of our FREE courses at Hanham Youth Club, the Kingswood Estate or our central Bristol base, The Station (depending on where you live).

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Safe Link

We provide support for anyone (women, men children) who has been the victim of rape and sexual abuse, irrespective of whether they have reported to the police, across the whole of Avon and Somerset area.


Staff deliver support by

One to one support in person and by telephone

  • Peer support groups

  • Training and practical skills sessions

  • Use of email, text, skype and whatsapp.

To find out more about these services
please call 0333 323 1543,
text 07714 290 011,
or email

Find out more about our services here

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Self Injury Support

Our mission

We focus on improving support and knowledge around self-injury.

How We Do This

  • offering safe spaces where we listen and never judge, and demonstrating the impact of this support;
  • creating experience-led tools and information on topics clients tell us they want to know about;
  • promoting better models of support through training health and social care workers of the future;
  • working with researchers and policy makers to make sure what people tell us they want is put into practice

What We Do To Make This Happen

  • We run a UK-wide multi-channel support service for people affected by self-injury, trauma and abuse with protected women-only sessions
  • We run a regional peer support service for people who have been to A&E or Urgent Care for self-harm treatment
  • We develop up-to-date, reliable and free information and self help tools for anyone to use
  • We run training and consultancy to share knowledge and expertise with a wide range of staff, especially in health, social care and education
  • We partner with other organisations and researchers to find out directly from those with lived experience of self-injury find helpful in their lives 

Click here to find out more about our support and services

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Support services

We provide a range of different services for anyone who has been affected by rape and sexual abuse at any time in their life.

Helpline, e-support and live chat

Our helpline services provide support and information for people of all genders aged 13+ who have been affected by rape or sexual abuse at any time in their lives. You can also find out about our other support services through our helpline.

Our helpline, e-support and live chat services are not an emergency or crisis service. If you are in immediate danger, please phone 999 or visit your local A&E department.

Click here to find out more about our support and services

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Well Aware

We provide information on a wide range of organisations; support groups, community groups, events and activities that can help improve your health and wellbeing in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

Click here to go to our website Find out what’s happening near you with our map search and links to travel information.

If you don’t have access to the internet, just give us a call on 0808 808 5252. One of our friendly advisers will search the database and send you the information you need by email or post. This is a free phone number, including from mobiles.

Our telephone service is available Monday – Thursday, 9am-5pm and 9am-4:30pm on Fridays. Alternatively, get in touch via our contact form.

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Young Victims Service

If you, or someone you know, is between the ages of five and 18, or up to 25 if you have additional needs and has been

  • a victim of crime
  • a victim of anti-social behaviour
  • affected by domestic abuse

Please get in touch with us via phone or email.

You can also call our duty phone line if you are a parent/carer looking for information, or if you are a young person needing advice and support. 

Please click here to find out more about the services we offer