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Mental Health & Wellbeing

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Mental Health & Wellbeing

Mental health affects everyone. You need to look after it like you’d look after your physical health. At No Limits, we can help you in a number of ways, whether you want to drop in and speak to a youth worker when you need, book counselling, join one of our groups detailed below, see us out-of-hours, or help yourself. No problem is too small or big for you to talk to us about it.

Our youth workers and counsellors are trained, friendly and willl never judge you or your problems. They are there to listen, give advice and support you with anything you’re facing.

Our mental health groups

Emotional Resilience

This nine week long group covers understanding and identifying emotions, the responses to stress and physical effects of emotions, negative thinking, triggers, self-esteem, and self-compassion. This is a safe place to meet people with similar feelings and experiences. The programme is flexible to ensure that we can meet the support needs of those attending and go at their pace.

Who is this group for?
Anyone aged 11-25 who has lived experiences of mental health.

When and where is the group?
11-16 year olds: Tuesday 4:30 – 6:00pm
16-25 year olds: Tuesday 6:30 – 8:30pm
Groups take place at the Advice Centre.

How do I join the group?
Fill out a referral form here, or phone 02380 224 224.

Safe House

A weekly peer support group for young people who have lived experienced of mental health. Support is shared and received among the group, allowing peers to benefit from it whether they are giving or receiving support.

Young people attending Safe House benefit from a range of sessions and activities, including educational sessions around mental health and life skills. There are also lots of opportunities to build friendships.

Through joining the group you will be offered the opportunity to become a peer mentor and participate in our peer mentor training. However, if you just want to join the group to get support and meet like-minded young people, this is the group for you.

Who is this group for?
Anyone aged 18-25 who is experiencing mental health difficulties.

When and where is the group?
Tuesday 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Safe House takes place at the Advice Centre.

How long does the Safe House group last?
The group runs on a programme cycle of 24 weekly sessions.

How do I join the group?
Fill out a referral form here, or phone 02380 224 224.

Teen Safe House

For teenagers struggling with mental health difficulties. This can be anything from feeling different, invisible, misunderstood, hearing voices, depressed, struggling to cope, lonely, wanting to hurt yourself, stressed or anxious.

Young people attending Teen Safe House benefit from a range of sessions and activities, including educational sessions around mental health and life skills. There are also lots of opportunities to build friendships.

Who is this group for?
Anyone aged 13-17 who is experiencing mental health difficulties.

When and where is the group?
Monday 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Teen Safe House takes place at the Advice Centre.

How long does the Teen Safe House group last?
The group runs on a programme cycle of 24 weekly sessions.

How do I join the group?
Fill out a referral form here, or phone 02380 224 224.

Support in Emergency Departments and Social Prescribing

Our youth workers are embedded in five emergency departments across the county:

– University Hospital, Southampton
– Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth
– Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester
– Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital
– St Mary’s Hospital, Newport, Isle of Wight

Youth workers support all young people aged 11-25 who present at the emergency department due to mental health problems or violence, as well as working with young people admitted onto wards. They provide crisis support and can offer ongoing social prescribing.

We also work in partnership with the NHS 111 Mental Health team to support 11–25 year olds across Hampshire who are accessing 111 for advice and support with their mental health and wellbeing by offering social prescribing.

Social prescribing aims to connect children and young people to community groups, education and employment opportunities, and statutory services for practical and emotional support. Our social prescribers offer one-to-one support, linking young people to, and supporting them to engage with both internal No Limits services and external local services, which help to improve the young person’s mental health and wellbeing.

Southampton support for parents/carers

If you are a parent/carer of a young person aged 16-25 who needs support in Southampton, please visit the Re:minds website, or email kerstin@reminds.org.uk. Re:Minds are part of the 16-25 Mental Health Transitions service alongside No Limits, offering support to parents.

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We offer services to young people who live in Southampton, Hampshire, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. For information about similar services local to you, please visit Find help | Youth Access. Youth Access is the umbrella body for organisations like No Limits and you can search here for a local organisation that can help you.

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