Family Health & Support

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The Community Access Project is about meeting mental health needs in the community. The project can help you if you live in Aldershot, Farnborough or Fleet and are aged between 18 and 65; are experiencing mental distress, including depression, anxiety, stress, loneliness or schizophrenia; and you do not already receive one to one community support or have input from statutory services.

The project provides support to individuals who are struggling to get the most out of life and offers friendly, impartial advice on coping with a wide range of daily activities. They can also help if you would like to return to education or access other support services. For more information please contact The Service Manager who is based at Farnborough Community Centre. Their opening hours are Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.00pm.

The Family Fund logo

The Family Fund are the UK’s largest provider of grants to low-income families raising disabled and seriously ill children and young people.

The Mix logo

A website for 16-25 year olds, providing factsheets and articles on issues that young people want to know more about, including sex and relationships, drink and drugs, school, housing, legal and money issues, and health.

The Source Young People's Charity logo

The Source is a youth charity aimed at building relationships with young people, and providing them with support, volunteering opportunities and a safe place to ‘be, belong and become’. They have contact with around 1,500 young people each year aged between 10 to 25 in Aldershot, North East Hampshire and the Surrey borders. Their projects include a team of detached youth workers; youth work training for young volunteers, aged 16 – 25, to work in the Ketchup club; a mentoring programme to give one to one support to 10 – 18 year olds struggling with life; a training programme for mentors; a teenage parent mentoring service; an anger management programme for those whose aggression is seriously affecting their life; anger management training for adult professionals or volunteers working with young people; and a youth cafe.

For more details of all their activities please visit the website.

Thinkuknow logo

Find the latest information on the websites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology. Find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it. Thinkuknow has resources for children, parents, carers and teachers, with advice on how to talk to your children about what they might find online as well as tips on how to protect them.

Tourettes Action logo

They offer information and support to people with Tourettes and those living with people with TS.

Treloar’s logo

Treloar’s, based in Alton, is a centre of excellence in the education of students with special needs. They provide specialist training opportunities, and professional expertise and knowledge to those who work with, or care for, children and young people with additional needs. The professionals delivering the training work with the students at Treloar’s, as well as supporting young people at other organisations. They have a wealth of knowledge and understanding of the difficulties faced not only by the young people themselves, but also the health and social care team supporting them.

New courses are added to the course calendar as they become available.

Unique - Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group logo

Unique is a rare chromosome disorder support group offering a range of support tools such as a helpline, an informative website and newsletters. Unique is run by parents of young people affected by chromosome disorders and the group have published guides on all chromosome disorders and they also have case studies which may relate to your child. To find out more about becoming a member please call or email.

United Savings & Loans (Hampshire Credit Union) logo

United Savings & Loans supports the whole community - providing affordable loans and savings for all, choice for the ethically minded investor and help for those having difficulty in accessing mainstream banking. For further information, dates and times please call or email.

This drop-in session is open to any veteran (ex-Services) or family member and takes place on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 10.30am to 2.30pm at HOMER Drug and Alcohol Service. General advice or specific help is available for ex-Service personnel or you can just go along to meet other veterans.

Agencies in attendance include The Royal British Legion, Combat Stress, Mike Jackson House, The Services Personnel and Veterans Agency, Ghurkha Welfare Advice Centre, HOMER Operational Model for Effective Recovery, The CAB, TalkPlus and SSAFA.

Victim Support logo

The national charity giving free and confidential help to victims of crime, witnesses, their family, friends and anyone else affected across England and Wales. They also speak out as a national voice for victims and witnesses and campaign for change.

WAY Foundation logo

Finding a way forward for the widowed and young

Women's Aid is the key national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children. They support a network of over 500 domestic and sexual violence services across the UK.

YoungMinds logo

YoungMinds is a national charity committed to improving the mental health of all children and young people under 25. It provides advice, publications and other resources for young people, parents and professionals and is home of the Parents Information Service - a helpline for parents and adults concerned about the mental health and emotional well-being of children in their care.

Youth 2 Youth logo

The UK's first National Young Person's helpline, run by young people, for young people.

Youth Access logo

A directory of youth advice, information and counselling services for young people across the UK

Youth AIMS (Advice, Information and Mediation Service) logo

Youth AIMS offers free information, advice and guidance to 11 to 19 years old on pregnancy, contraception and sexual health; emotional health and wellbeing; abuse and exploitation; family and relationships; and more.

For more help or information please visit the website or call. The website also has information about where and when their confidential health and wellbeing drop in sessions are held.


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