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    Papyrus

    We exist to reduce the number of young people who take their own lives by shattering the stigma around suicide and equipping young people and their communitites with the skills to recognise and respond to suicidal behaviour.  
    Telephone:
    0800 068 4141 helpline
    07786 209 697 SMS

    Pill Library and Children's Centre

    As a member of Pill Library you can use over 150 libraries in the LibrariesWest network and can locate an item, reserve or renew at the library or online.  You will find a range of fiction and non fiction books on various subjects, computers offering free internet access…
    Telephone:
    01934 426 070

    Portishead Children's Centre

    Our Family Wellbeing team are currently planning our face-to-face activities on a phased return to our children centres. We will be providing a reduced offer of face-to-face activities with much smaller numbers in order to ensure safety measures are in place. These activities will be…
    Telephone:
    01275 884 001

    The Rainbow Centre

    The Rainbow Centre provides free and professional support to children and their families affected by bereavement, life threatening illness and cancer.  We offer art, play and music therapy, counselling, homoeopathy and massage therapy. Therapies include: Art therapy Play therapy Music therapy Counselling Homoeopathy Massage therapy
    Telephone:
    0117 985 3343

    Reframe Counselling Service (Wanted Not Wasted, WOW)

    Coronavirus service update WOW is continuing their counselling and mentoring services where staff are available, and children have requested it. They are also providing support at the WOW Shop and in the community for the most vulnerable children who are not in school due to…
    Telephone:
    07588 512 621

    Rhyme Time

    Fridays 9.30am - 9.55am (term-time only)
    Come along to fun, free sessions sharing nursery rhymes, action rhymes and musical instruments.  For children aged 0-4 and their parents or carers.
    Telephone:
    01934 426 070

    The Samaritans of Weston-super-Mare & North Somerset

    Coronavirus service update For the moment, unfortunately, we are unable to receive face to face visitors in the centre, which is closed to the public. This is true of all Samaritan branches. Confidential support service for all. We know a lot about what can help…
    Telephone:
    01934 632 555 (local call charges apply)
    116 123 (this number is free to call)

    SARSAS Somerset & Avon rape and sexual abuse support

    Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support is a charity providing free, confidential support services to survivors of any kind of sexual violence. It offers a helpline, counselling, one to one support and e-support. There are two helplines: 0808 801 0456 for women and…
    Telephone:
    0808 801 0456 women and girls' helpline
    0808 801 0464 men and boys' helpline

    Self-Injury Support - support for women and girls

    Phone, text, email and webchat support for women and girls around self-injury. Online information, personal and professional resources, interactive self-help materials and training and consultancy for anyone affected by self-injury, self-harm, emotional distress, trauma, sexual violence and mental illness.
    Telephone:
    0117 927 9600

    Somerset and Wessex Eating Disorders Association (SWEDA)

    The Somerset and Wessex Eating Disorders Association (SWEDA) provides support and services for those with an eating disorders, and for those who care for and about them.  Amongst other things SWEDA provides frontline and information services, support groups and counselling.
    Telephone:
    01749 343 344
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