The Source Emotional Wellbeing Directory for Young People in Suffolk
The Source website provides information, advice and guidance to young people in Suffolk, aged 11-18 (and up to 25 for those with additional needs) on issues they face in their everyday lives.
The website has a 'Your Mind' section for young people to explore a wide range of information and advice about various emotional health and wellbeing topics, such as: anxiety, stress, loneliness, low mood, self-harm, suicidal feelings and more.
The website also has an Emotional Wellbeing Directory of helplines and support services that young people can contact to find the right support.
The Source website also has other useful information about learning, career options (including apprenticeships and a CV Builder), relationships and sex, keeping safe, inclusion, and housing and money.
The site is aimed at young people but is also a valuable resource to parents and carers looking for local information to help support their child or young person.
Who to contact
- Children and Young People's Services (the Engagement Hub)
- Suffolk County Council
The Source Emotional Wellbeing Directory
- Social Media
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- IP1 2BX
Monday to Friday - office hours only
Where to go
- The Source is for young people
See main contact details below.
- Area served
- All Suffolk
Days & Times
- Online suuport
- Cost Details
- Referral required?
- Age Groups
- 16-25 years, Adults, Young people
- Service users involved in planning
Information on The Source website is co-produced with young people.
- Experience of including people with special educational needs and disabilities
The Source website offers information for young people with SEND and additional needs.
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