We’re still here if you need us

24th March 2020

No Limits are following government guidelines and have made the decision to suspend face-to-face services, however we are still here to provide advice and support to children and young people. If you are a child or young person in need of support from a Youth Worker, you can:

 

Phone

If you would like to speak to a Youth Worker on the phone, you can phone 02380 224 224 during our normal Advice Centre opening times.

 

Email

You can email [email protected] to speak to a Youth Worker for advice and support. Our emails will be monitored during our normal Advice Centre opening times.

 

Web Chat

We have launched a web chat service on our website so you can speak to a member of our team. To access our web chat, visit www.nolimitshelp.org.uk. Our web chat service will be available during our normal Advice Centre opening hours.

 

 

Details of the updates to our services are:

 

Advice Centre

The No Limits Advice Centre is closed, however you can access the same advice and support from one of our friendly Youth Workers by phone, email or webchat.

 

Groups

All our groups have been suspended until the end of April, however we are working hard to setup video chat so we can create virtual groups for our existing support groups.

 

Counselling

All face-to-face counselling is moving to telephone counselling until the end of April.

 

Schools and Colleges Drop-ins

Due to school closures, we are not currently providing this service, however if you need support from a member the team, please phone, email or start a web chat with us.

 

Emergency Department

Our work support young people in crisis in the Emergency Department at the University Hospital Southampton is continuing as usual. Our Youth Workers will be on-hand to speak to children and young people at peak times throughout the week.

 

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