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Women's Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre – Dundee & Angus

Support and information for women, young women, girls and boys who have been raped or sexually abused at any time in their lives. Telephone support for the friends and families of survivors. Public awareness raising and prevention work with young people. Support for workers in the community who are working with survivors. Training for agencies on sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation issues

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Face to Face Counselling Service

Counselling by appointment for people aged 18 and over who are on low/no incomes. One-to-one counselling and group therapy, £5-£10 per session. One-to-one counselling for children and young people aged 9-17, £5-£10 per session. Cover a range of issues including bereavement and loss, abuse, self harm, relationship difficulties. Dates of appointments have to be individually arranged with clients.

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Colchester Youth Enquiry Service (YES)

Advice, casework, information, support, mediation and counselling for young people aged 11-25. Cover a range of subjects, including housing, welfare benefits, drugs, abuse, sexual health, pregnancy. Counselling around abuse, depression, low self esteem, self harm, relationships, bereavement. General information on young people's issues for parents.

What? Centre

Advice and information for young people aged 13-25 on housing, employment, education and training, benefits, consumer rights and health. Counselling service on issues including abuse, eating disorders, relationships, self harm and bereavement. Provide leaflets on a range of subjects and services.

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Young Person's Advisory Service

Information, advice, guidance, counselling and therapy for children aged 5-15 and young people aged 10-25 in Liverpool. Support for a range of issues, including welfare benefits, housing, alcohol, drugs, sexual health, sexuality and gender identity, bullying, self harm and self injury, eating disorders, anxiety.

Mind - North Staffs

Range of services for people with mental health needs. Individual counselling. Counselling for anyone experiencing mental distress, including those who self harm as a result of their distress. Befriending scheme. Clubs offering support and social interaction. Drop-ins for social activities. Supported housing.

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Abingdon Bridge

offering information, support and counselling for young people aged 13-25. Subjects covered include housing, benefits, drugs and alcohol, education, sexual health, self harm. Free condoms, pregnancy testing for girls aged 16+. Computer club and internet access. CLAIT courses. Young parents service. Support around bullying and domestic violence.

Signpost - Youth Counselling (Watford)

Counselling, information and advice for young people, which can range from one-off sessions to long term support and therapy. Issues covered include relationships, exclusion, bullying, abuse, self harm, violence, homelessness, unemployment and financial problems.

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The Market Place

Information, support & counselling for young people. Drop-in sessions for support & information on a range of issues concerning young people, including sexual health, training, housing, benefits. Free condom service, chlamydia & pregnancy testing. Appointment system for counselling, individual support & personal development plan, covering range of issues including anxiety, self harm, depression.

ARC Youth Counselling and Information Service

Free and confidential youth counselling service, in many secondary schools, 5 GP surgeries and the Oakwood Centre Woodley. Also a low cost adult counselling service at Wokingham site.