Build Sound Minds Derby and Derbyshire is a new service. We provide specialist support for children and young people aged 0-17 who are likely to present emotional and mental difficulties but do not meet the thresholds for more specialist services. Through early intervention we are able to build resilience and reduce the development of more serious emotional and mental health issues, better preparing children and young people for the challenges of life.
Our Derby Family Health team has launched a new text messaging service, so that both young people and parents and carers living in Derby city can get confidential health advice and support.
Young people and their parents can text for advice on issues such as sexual health, relationships, drug and alcohol use and physical health.
The team is made up of qualified school nurses, health visitors, community staff nurses and support workers, and can advise and support young people on a range of issues such as sexual health, relationships, drug and alcohol use and physical health.
Parents and carers of young children can get advice on issues such as bedwetting, feeding problems, behaviour and speech concerns.
Offering a free, private and confidential service information and advice to children and young people. Online chat and phone line to offer support. Can support child to fill in referral forms over the phone
Group and 1-1 focussed work with vulnerable young people. Aged between 11 ? 17 years
Mentoring programme to refocus the minds of young people caught up in gang cultures or lifestyle or those involved in anti-social behaviour.
Work with ex-offenders or young people wanting to turn their lives around and achieve sustainable employment.
We provide fun and safe environments that bring young people and their community together through youth clubs, themed workshops, drop-in sessions, residential weekends, volunteering opportunities and holiday schemes.
Young disabled adults can join our small groups or do things on a one to one basis in the community. This means young people can take up volunteering opportunities; social events; courses to gain qualifications or for a hobby; support to follow employment; sports activities or just have fun!
We believe in the worth, talent and God-given potential of all young people. No matter what challenges a young person has faced or is still facing, we know that with the right help, they can develop the confidence, personal resources and skills to move forward in their education and find sustainable employment.
We offer this help through a range of effective programmes in our award-winning Lifeskills centres based in Derby. Each centre is a true learning community and a supportive ?can do? environment where students come together with teachers, counsellors, mentors and local business volunteers, all ably committed to their progress.
Young carers are most likely to provide care for a parent, grandparent, brother or sister, because that person has an illness or disability, mental health problem, or problems with addiction to alcohol or drugs. This project is for young carers who are under the age of 18. If you’re under 18 and a young carer and would like the chance to get together, have fun and access some support then contact us.?
UK leading charity championing the wellbeing and mental health of young people. Website offering advice and information for young people with mental health issues. Free helpline for the parents of young people to discuss worries about their child. Various projects.
We provide confidential support and advice to young people struggling with thoughts of suicide, and anyone worried about a young person through our helpline, HOPELINEUK.
We engage communities and volunteers in suicide prevention projects and deliver training programmes to individuals and groups. This includes equipping local councils, healthcare professionals and school staff with suicide prevention skills.
We press for change in many places using hard-hitting and dynamic campaigns as well as presenting evidence to those in power so that lessons can be learned and learning implemented to help save young lives.
How to access
Self referral, Professional referral
Lineva House, 28-32 Milner Street,
Mon-Fri 9:00 am to 10:00 pm
Weekends 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Bank Holidays 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm
T: 01332 643900
The Space@Connexions work with young people who have left school but are under 19 years old, to help them find employment, education or training. We also work with young people aged 19 to 25 and for whom an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan is maintained.
Reach’s vision is simple: we want to be Disciples who Go, Plant and Build God’s church and Kingdom throughout Derby, the UK and the World. We share in that vision as young people too. We’re looking to raise up youth that are wanting to Go, and that know what to Plant and are able to Build when they get there – wherever “there” may be!
In order to see our vision become a reality, we run quite a varied programme. We balance our time between focusing upwards on God, focusing inwards on each other, and focusing outwards towards our friends and the world we live in. We spend time being all gathered together for things like our residential and youth nights, as well as a monthly worship night called Awakening.
How to access
The Riverside Centre
To help those in need and crisis across Derby and to help access services.
Stuart House Green Lane
St Peters Quarter