No Limits No Limits Quick service links: Young carers Safe Haven mental health support Drop-in centre Contact details FAQs Covid-19: No Limits’ service update No Limits continue to provide advice and support via phone, email, web chat and Zoom support sessions - their Advice Centre is now open for appointments only. Children and young people can access support during normal Advice Centre opening hours (see www.nolimitshelp.org.uk for details): Advice centre and webchat via website By telephone on 023 8022 4224 By email on [email protected] Through the live Webchat facility available via the website www.nolimitshelp.org.uk Read some common FAQs here Free information, advice, counselling, advocacy and support for young people under 26 living in Southampton and Hampshire. No matter what is worrying you, they are there to help. All their staff are friendly and won’t judge you. They won’t tell you what to do; instead they will help you make the choices that are right for you. All of their services are free to young people. They won’t tell anyone what you have told them, unless you or another person are at risk of harm. Drop-in Centre and webchat option Advice Centre at 13 High Street, Southampton, SO14 2DF Advice Centre and Advice & Support Line opening times: Monday: 10am – 5pmTuesday: 10am – 5pmWednesday: 1:30pm – 8pmThursday: 10am – 8pmFriday: 10am – 5pmSaturday: 10am – 1:30pm Web chat operating times: Monday-Friday 2pm-4pm Drop-in sessions also in schools and colleges. Website: http://www.nolimitshelp.org.uk/drop-in-centre Phone: 023 8022 4224Email: [email protected] Young Carers Young Carers in Southampton is a project for children and young people aged 8-18 years old whose lives are affected by caring for an unwell or disabled family member. Phone: 023 8022 4224 Email: [email protected] Website page: https://nolimitshelp.org.uk/get-help/family-care/young-carers-in-southampton/ Young Carers in Southampton is a project in partnership with Southampton Mencap. Safe Haven Mental Health Support Support for children and young people in Southampton up to the age of 25 who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and who need access toinstant emotional and practical support Specialist servicesReferrals for all our specialist services are through the contact details above, unless stated otherwise.Breakout Youth service: LGBTQ+ support groups and 1:1 support. All groups meeting through Zoom.Bright Beginnings: Support for young parents. Referral into this service via telephone, email or our website. Currently a combination of remote and face to face support depending on need.Community Support: For help with issues around tenancies or housing, income, benefits, bills, debts and budgeting, as well as education, training, work and life skills. Referral into this service via telephone, email our website. Currently a combination of remote and face to face support.