Covid19 Update: We are providing Health and Wellbeing drop-ins for vulnerable children and children of key workers who are in school, observing social distancing.

We are also accepting referrals from schools, professionals, parents and self-referrals for young people to access Zoom groups around specific topics which have been advertised directly with partners and via social media. Zoom topics include self-esteem, coping with loneliness and relationships and sex education.

As well as our drop in Advice Centre in Southampton, we also run weekly health and well-bring drop-in sessions at secondary schools and Further Education colleges in Southampton (during tern time only). These run in partnership with the local contraception and sexual advice service and give you the opportunity to talk to a No Limits Support Worker or Sexual Health Practitioner about anything that is bothering you. Look out for posters at your school or college.

We run drop-in sessions at secondary schools and colleges across Southampton every week of term time. These run for 30-120 minutes and are in the same place each week. Look out for the friendly No Limits staff in black t-shirts or ask your tutor where to find the sessions. We deliver health and well-being drop-in sessions in:





When we’re at your school or college you can come and see us without making an appointment. If you just want to ask us a question, you can do that there and then, or if you want to talk about something in private, we can book an appointment in a private space for another day.

Such a positive experience….

The staff were helpful giving advice. They were so kind and not judgemental about what we had to say.


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