FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who are the programmes for?
Our general programmes are designed for young people who are experiencing mental ill-health that may be resolvable, such as anxiety or depression.
Our LGBTQ+ programmes specifically support the emotional and mental wellbeing of young people who identify as LGBTQ+.
Our programmes for young people with learning disabilities specifically cater for young people with special educational needs or a learning disability, but are able to function independently.
Where do you operate?
We generally run programmes in Brighton or in Sussex.
What age group do you support?
Usually we support young people aged 16 to 25 unless it is a bespoke programme.
What safeguarding Processes do you have in Place?
Any staff or volunteers working directly with young people will be enhanced DBS (Disclosure Barring Service) checked. Any staff working directly with young people will have attended safeguarding training. At least one member of staff will be trained as a First Aider and a Mental Health First Aider. We have a safeguarding policy in place and full public liability insurance. See our Safeguarding page for further information.
How much does it cost to attend?
Our regular programmes for young people are grant funded and so will be free of charge to participants.
We do charge for bespoke programmes. All profits are used to support our young people programmes.
How do we book onto a programme?
Please complete the Booking Form or contact us by email or telephone (01273 230102) if you have any queries.
Professionals, please complete the Referral Form.
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