A safe space for young adults to talk openly and confidentially
A new service has opened to support 18 to 25-year-olds with their mental health and wellbeing.
The Young Adult Safe Haven offers a safe place for young adults to talk openly and confidentially about their feelings and emotions with peers and young adult support workers.
The Guildford-based service, open to anyone aged 18 to 25 who is struggling with their mental wellbeing and would like support, will initially run as a six-month trial with the potential to extend and become a permanent fixture.
Local charities Catalyst and Oakleaf are running the pilot service which is funded by University of Surrey and Community Foundation for Surrey.
How can I access the Young Adult Safe Haven?
You can drop into the Young Adult Safe Haven during its opening times of 5pm - 9pm, seven days a week - no appointment is needed.
The service is located next door to the existing Guildford Safe Haven: Oakleaf, 101 Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, Surrey GU1 4UQ. If you come into the Oakleaf car park, you will see the new signage next to the entrance and above the door.
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