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Stay Well Launch New Parent Support Service
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Stay Well Launch New Parent Support Service

Stay Well are launching a new, improved Parent Support Service on the 13th July 2020. The service will be offering advice, guidance, resources, interventions and signposting to parents and caregivers. If parents and caregivers would like the opportunity to speak to a practitioner and discuss any concerns or worries, they can call 01782 262100 and...

Friday & Saturday Speak Up Space Service Launched
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Friday & Saturday Speak Up Space Service Launched

Speak Up Space’s instant messaging service launched on a Friday and Saturday this weekend on the 3rd and 4th of July. Our team are now able to support young people 7 days per week. You can talk to us about anything that is important to you #SpeakUp

Get 1-2-1 Support 7 days per week from Speak Up Space
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Get 1-2-1 Support 7 days per week from Speak Up Space

Speak Up Space’s instant messaging service is launching on a Friday and Saturday this week meaning you can now access 1-2-1 support 7 days per week. From Friday July 3rd 2020 and Saturday July 4th 2020 you can chat to one of our team online 8pm – 11pm both nights. Just click on the speech...

Speak up Space is 1 today!
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Speak up Space is 1 today!

Today we celebrated our first birthday. It’s hard to believe its been a year since we first launched! It’s been an amazing year for Speak up Space and we have supported 1000’s of young people in many different ways. What began as 2 evenings per week with one employee has now grown to 5 evenings...

We’re launching Mondays!
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We’re launching Mondays!

We are pleased to announce that the instant messaging service on Speak Up Space will ALSO be available on a Monday from 5pm to 8pm starting on Monday 20th January 2020. Remember that you can access the instant messaging service via www.speakupspace.co.uk by clicking the speech bubble in the bottom right of the website when the service is open (Monday 5pm to 8pm Tuesday 8pm-11pm, Wednesday 5pm-8pm & Thursday 4pm to 9pm). You...

Have your say…
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Have your say…

National Mind have launched an online survey for Young People. If you’re between 13 and 24 years old it’s a safe space for you to tell Mind what you think about mental health and well-being. You can fill it in anonymously. It’ll take about 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed by laptop, tablet or smartphone. Here is the...