No Limits is proud to be part of Hampshire Youth Access (HYA), a new service increasing access to support around emotional wellbeing and mental health issues for children and young people across Hampshire. The phased roll out of HYA’s new service has begun, with face to face counselling for 5-10 year olds now being delivered across the county.

From now until September, HYA is building and training its new team, creating an online presence and resources for young people and adults, and setting up internal structures and lines of communication.

From early 2017, HYA will be accepting referrals for face to face counselling for 5 – 10 year olds and for therapeutic groups, both across Hampshire.

Online counselling and resources will be available from early 2017.

More information will be coming soon – keep an eye on our rapidly developing online channels

www.hampshireyouthacces.org.uk (not yet operational)

Twitter @hantsyouthacces

Facebook Hampshire-Youth-Access-450495581816515/

or contact ana.brankovic@nolimitshelp.org.uk for more information.

Timeline, services, eligibility and referral criteria

 

Service Age Range Delivered by Timeline
Face to Face Counselling 11 – 17 HYA partners across the county LIVE
Face to Face Counselling 5 – 10 Children’s Counsellors based in the North, South East and West of the county, employed by No Limits Referrals to be taken from the beginning of the Autumn Term – early September.
Online Counselling 14 – 17 Trained online counsellors operating from various Hampshire-wide bases Early 2017
Therapeutic Groups 11- 17 School and community groups developed by counsellors and youth workers across the county Referrals to be taken from the beginning of the Autumn Term – early September.
Online Information and resources Children, young people and adults HYA website

 

Early 2017
  • All children and young people registered with a Hampshire based GP (not including Southampton or Portsmouth) can access HYA services.
  • Anyone can make a referral including young people, families and professionals
  • HYA can support children and young people with a range of issues including:
    • Low mood
    • Anxiety
    • Low self-esteem
    • Anger issues
    • Self-harm
    • Family and relationship issues
    • Bereavement
    • Bullying