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Emotional health and wellbeing

Poor mental health, low self-esteem and bullying can negatively impact on young people’s health and educational attainment.

A negative body image, poor diet, substance misuse and relationship difficulties are major risk factors for ill-health. Our service wants every child and young person to have access to early help in supporting their emotional wellbeing and mental health needs. Parents and young people can access our service through Family Clinics, Young People’s Confidential Health Drop In Services and directly by contacting 0114 3053224. In an emergency please contact 111, your GP, or access your local accident and emergency department or Walk In Centre

Useful websites and signposting:

Sheffield’s Let’s Talk Directory

Epic Friends Website

Mood Juice

Eating Disorders

Sheffield Futures: Door 43


Our Confidentiality Statement

We understand confidentiality is important to you.

All our notes are recorded safely and securely.

All information will be held in confidence unless there are concerns regarding your safety or

the safety of others. There may be occasions where we need to share information with other


We will discuss this with you.

Young people’s sexual health drop in services

Young people can access our service to support healthy sexual relationships. We work with Sexual Health Sheffield and Sheffield Futures services to provide ‘Open Doors’, A Confidential Young People’s Sexual Health Service.

We offer:

  • Relationship Advice
  • Sexual Health Screening
  • Contraception advice and Free Condoms
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Pregnancy support
  • LGBT+ support

Services are open to all young people under the age of 25, Thursday evenings  3:30pm to 5pm

393 youth provision, 393 Langsett Road S6 2LJ                       The 1st Thursday in the month

Palgrave Children’s Centre, 71 Palgrave Road S5 8GS          The 2nd Thursday in the month

Wybourn Children’s Centre, Manor Oaks Road  S2 5EE        The 3rd Thursday in the month

Signpost to:

Let’s Talk Directory



Children and young people who have difficulties with sleep become sleep deprived. Sleep deprivation has wide implications for the child’s emotions, behaviour, physical health and learning.

Our service has teamed up with The Children’s Sleep Charity to support families and young people to get a good night’s sleep.

We work in partnership with the local Multi Agency Support teams to offer parent workshops and clinics across the city, as well as offering advice during routine home visits.

To access your local sleep workshop or clinic contact your health visitor or school nurse contact signposting.

Alternatively help can be accessed through the early help gateway. Contact your local Multi Agency Support Team

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