Young People

Dudley, Here4YOUth

Dudley Here4YOUth offers a safe space for young people to talk about how they feel. The service empowers young people to make positive changes, to improve their wellbeing and reach their potential.

About Dudley Here4YOUth

Dudley Here4YOUth is a service designed to support, encourage and empower young people in the Dudley area. The service can help with anything from improving mental health, advice and information on drugs and alcohol, goal setting and signposting and referral.

When you work alongside Here4YOUth, you will have access to the following:

  • Advice and information about drugs and alcohol
  • Support to make changes with drugs and alcohol
  • Help to stop smoking (16-18 year olds)
  • Manage anxiety, stress or worry
  • Impulse control programme
  • Goal setting
  • Helping to feel more confident
  • Making links with community groups/activities
  • Condoms, chlamydia and pregnancy testing
  • Signposting and referral
  • Volunteering opportunities including joining our co-production group

You’re welcome to come along during our open access times, where you can meet our friendly team. You can also get in touch via our online referral system, or if you would feel more comfortable to meet a member of our team in an environment you are more familiar with, please do not hesitate to ask.

We are focused on you, improving your wellbeing and keeping you healthy, happy and safe.

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Dudley Here4YOUth

Dudley Here4YOUth

1 Castle Street
Dudley DY1 1LA

Open: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (7pm Mon & Wed; 4.30pm Fri). Closed Bank Holidays.

01384 241 440

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