Youth Emotional Support Service (YES)
Contact number: 0330 222 6711
Email: emotionalwellbeing.yps@westsussex.gov.uk
 
You can self refer by walking in to your local FinditOut Centre YES is a free service for young people in West Sussex aged 11-18 who have issues affecting their emotional wellbeing including, self harm, low mood and mild depression, anxiety and low self esteem. The service provides information, one to one and on line counselling, group work and one to one intensive support.

Coastal West Sussex Mind - Be OK, Young People's Mental Health Service

Contact details:

Worthing, Adur and Chanctonbury 
Tel: 01903 268107
Email: worthinghub@coastalwestsussexmind.org

Littlehampton and Bognor 
Tel: 01903 721893
Email: littlehamptonhub@coastalwestsussexmind.org

Chichester and Midhurst
Tel: 07946 988212
Email: midhursthub@coastalwestsussexmind.org

www.coastalwestsussexmind.org

Youth Workers provide support for young people 16 to 25 who are worried about their mental health. They may be feeling anxious or depressed, self-harming, have problems with family, friends at school, college or work because of their mental health and are looking for support. Young people can access one to one support, group and peer support, as well as regular social activities.

 

Mind in Brighton and Hove

West Sussex Children and Young Peoples Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Advocacy Service

Contact details:

Tel: 01273 66 69 50
Email:
info@mindcharity.co.uk

www.mindcharity.co.uk

Free, independent, confidential support for young people aged 11 to 18 experiencing mental health issues who need help to make their views and wishes heard. An advocate might: help you to access information; support you in meetings; write letters on your behalf; or speak in situations where you feel unable to speak for yourself.

 

Sussex Oakleaf Young Peoples Service – Be OK

Contact details:

Crawley / Horsham
Tel: 01293 534782

Email:
 Pathfinder.Crawley@sussexoakleaf.org.uk

Mid Sussex
Tel: 01444 416391

Email: Pathfinder.Mid-sussex@sussexoakleaf.org.uk

Flexible mental health support for young people aged 16 to 25 who are worried about their mental health, have a mental health diagnosis and need support, or are at college struggling with their mental health. Support includes: one to one recovery and wellbeing goal setting, peer support, signposting, advice and information and social and psychoeducational  groups