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  1. Sexual Health

    Search our list of organisations which can support you with information and services regarding sexual health.  Use the filters on the left hand side to help narrow down the search to meet your needs. More information coming soon...
  2. Care and Dementia

    Find information and advice on care and support for adults on the Suffolk County Council website Search for care and dementia organisations that can help support your family. More information coming soon...
  3. OCD

    This page contains information about OCD and where to find support. Overview of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) OCD is a common mental health condition where a person has obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviour. Symptoms can be: Fear of contamination or dirt. Needing things orderly and symmetrical.…
  4. Self-harm

    This page provides information about self-harm, and where you can get advice and support. Overview of self-harm Self-harm is when you hurt yourself as a way of dealing with a build-up of difficult feelings or thoughts.  Self-harm can be in a form of scratching, cutting,…
  5. Youth Groups

    We know that the support young people receive from accessing services in local youth groups has a hugely positive impact. These groups can be based around sport, culture, developing skills, supporting mental health, they can be locality based, or they can be aimed at particular…
  6. Depression

    This page provides information about depression, and where you can get advice and support. Overview of low mood and depression Low mood and depression affects people differently. You may feel down, sad, upset or tearful, empty or num, feel anxious, hopeless or worthless, You may no longer…
  7. Stress

    This page provides information about stress, and where you can get advice and support. Overview of stress Stress is our body’s response to pressure, new situations or experiences and unexpected life events.  Stress also occurs when we feel threatened or feel like we no control…
  8. Training for adults

    In order to support those in the community who have connecting moments with young people, we have a series of training available to you.  These are accessible for any over 18s who have some contact with young people (this does not need to be in…
  9. Mentoring Young People

    Young people value mentoring for lots of reasons.  It can help them develop their self confidence, support them through life changes, provide a channel to work through mental health challenges and give them skills for developing their career path. Some of our voluntary and community…
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