Brook – Sexual health and wellbeing for under 25s
Brook charity has been helping towards sexual health for young people for the last 50 years. This charity guides people towards the life choices that are right for them and make young people aware of the issues their choices can make. They encourage healthy lifestyles for the young people they help. As well as providing help with contraception and pregnancy, they are involved with abuse and violence within relationships.
Website: www.brook.org.uk Website provides the nearest SH service
Telephone: NHS 111 for urgent calls
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Advice will not be provided over email
Social Media: Facebook: @BrookCharityYP / Twitter: @BrookCharity
Beat is an eating disorder charity aiming to de-stigmatise eating disorders and help those that either have them or dealing with somebody with one. Beat aim to have people treated quickly so that they can have a better life past the disorder. They provide information in layman’s terms, allowing anyone to be able to get help, which can be found both on the site and locally at different centres they run to help those suffering.
Telephone: 0808 801 0711 (Young People), 0808 801 0677 (Adults), 0808 801 0811 (Students)
Address: Beat, Unit 1 Chalk Hill House, 19 Rosary Road, Norwich, Norfolk NR1 1SZ
Email: email@example.com (adults), firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Media: Facebook: @beat.eating.disorders / Twitter: @beatED
Rainbow trust is a charity that provides support to those with life changing illnesses helping them get all of the treatments, funding and help needed to get through life. They help young people from 0-18 years. Rainbow trust support those whose family can cope independently and not currently in crisis, but still require some areas of support. They mainly deal with palliative care to those children who do not have long left in life and to ensure that everything is comfortable and the way the family and child would like it to be before they die. They deal with all areas from diagnosis to death. This charity help the siblings too, providing trips and surprises to make things slightly easier for them.
Telephone: National 01372 363 438, Lancaster – 01372 220 095
Social Media: Facebook: @RainbowTrust / Twitter: @RainbowTrustCC
Unique Kidz and Co.
Unique Kidz and Co aims to improve the social and play opportunities of disabled children and young people, and their siblings through specialist childcare services. The services offered include after school and holiday clubs for disabled children aged 5 to 19, a daytime support service for disabled children to meet friends and have new experiences, Stay and Play sessions for disabled children and their siblings aged 0 to 5, and a Siblings Group where young people who have disabled siblings can talk to peers and staff who relate to their experiences.
Social Media: Facebook @UniqueKidzandCoCharity / Twitter @UniqueKidzandCo / Instagram @uniquekidzandco