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  • Youth Mental Health Service - West Sussex Mind (Southwick)

    Covid-19 statement

    Due to the Government advice, Pathfinder Worthing is now closed for all in-person support (including groups) and is offering online and phone support in its place. Please email us in the first instance and someone will get back to you. All details are here: https://www.westsussexmind.org/news/news/covid-19-corona-virus-west-sus…

     

    Support from dedicated youth workers for young people aged 16-25 who are feeling anxious or depressed, self-harming, having family problems or are struggling with friendships at college or at work because of mental health problems. Parents worried about their child can ring for advice, information and support.

    Services
    Individual support
    Information and advice
    Social drop in
    Courses
    Volunteering
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    0300 303 5652
  • Youth Mental Health Service - West Sussex Mind (Worthing)

    Covid-19 statement

    Due to the Government advice, Pathfinder Worthing is now closed for all in-person support (including groups) and is offering online and phone support in its place. Please email us in the first instance and someone will get back to you. All details are here: https://www.westsussexmind.org/news/news/covid-19-corona-virus-west-sus…

     

    Support from dedicated youth workers for young people aged 16-25 who are feeling anxious or depressed, self-harming, having family problems or are struggling with friendships at college or at work because of mental health problems. Parents worried about their child can ring for advice, information and support.

    Services
    Individual support
    Information and advice
    Social drop in
    Courses
    Volunteering
    Location
    Meetings at the above address are by appointment only. Please contact by phone/ email/ through advice and information session to arrange an appointment.
    Contact
    0300 303 5652