Wokingham Here4YOUth is a young person’s alcohol and drug service for anyone up to the age of 18 living in Wokingham.
About Wokingham Here4YOUth
The service offers advice, support and guidance to young people on drug and alcohol use, and signposts young people to other support services they may need. The service works with you, and you can meet our team members at school, at home, at college or in any environment that you feel comfortable in. Wokingham Here4YOUth also offers advice, support and guidance for children, young people and family members of any age to cope with someone else’s drug or alcohol misuse.
Although this service is for young people under 18 years old, Cranstoun Wokingham also offers alcohol and drug recovery support to adults. Find out more information on this.
When you work alongside Here4YOUth, you can access the following:
- Someone to talk to who can listen and understand
- One-to-one support with your own key worker
- A safe environment
- Help with improving your skills and ability to cope
- Job and career support
- Links to sexual health support
- Lifestyle advice
- Signposting to other services
- Involve other services as agreed
We are focused on you, improving your wellbeing and keeping you healthy, happy and safe.
38 Station Road
Wokingham RG40 2AE
Open: 8.30am to 6pm Mondays to Fridays (to 4.30pm Fridays). Closed Bank Holidays.
0118 977 2022
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