We empower young people aged 13-25 in Kensington and Chelsea with information, advice and support to manage and improve their health and wellbeing.
Young people are facing an array of physical and mental health-related challenges growing up in today’s society including; obesity, exam pressures, peer pressures, sex and relationships, sexuality and substance misuse.
If you are worried about your physical or mental health the right support and information can transform your life. We provide a range of services to help you take control and understand the choices available to you.
Our services include confidential 1:1 services where you can speak to a health professional about things that may be worrying you, or you can take part in health-related workshops and activities in a group setting with other young people. Click on the links below to find out more about our specific programmes and services.”If you would like to speak to one of our health workers directly please contact Ryan Price for general Health and Wellbeing queries on [email protected] or Sion Davies for LGBT related advice and guidance on [email protected].
Strong Young Minds provides a one to one outreach service that is led by the child or young person and set-up to help them access the support they want. The service aims to help children and young people increase their resilience, reduce social isolation and build on their coping skills to develop strong young minds.Read more
A confidential space for 13-19 year olds to talk about and get help on any health issues they may be currently experiencing, including sex, relationships, wellbeing, diet & exercise.Read more
The Relationships and Sex Education programme is a series of fun and engaging workshops for young people that will give them the skills to make positive and informed choices when it comes to their emotional wellbeing and sexual health.Read more
Our Hidden Harm project provides support to children & young people between the ages of 5 - 18 who have been affected by familial alcohol and/or substance misuse.Read more
If you are aged 13 - 19 (up to 25 for young people with a disability) and identify as LGBTQ, our Umbrella project provides a safe group setting to make friends, discuss hot topics and be yourself without fear of judgement.Read more