Need to talk? Free and confidential counselling services are available to Hull and Goole College students who need to talk about mental health, stress or other issues affecting them.
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a decrease in people accessing NHS services for a range of conditions that are not related to coronavirus. This appears to be impacting adults and children attending at A&E departments for urgent and emergency medical issues, including serious conditions such as stroke and heart attacks; cancer patients attending their ongoing treatments; and expectant mothers attending for regular scans.
The NHS ‘Open for business’ campaign has been created to help address this issue by giving people permission to access NHS services and reassuring them that they won’t be a burden on the NHS.
To find out more about the NHS campaign please click on the link - https://bit.ly/3bN2TxZ
Local Well-Being Services Update for Learners
If it is an emergency or an immediate threat to life call 999
Children and Families Services
Children & Families. Via Early Help & Safeguarding Hub on 01482 448 879 during normal office hours
Adults at Risk. Via Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub Tel 01482 616092
After 5pm Emergency Duty Team on 01482 300 304 out of normal office hours
Children & Families. Via Early Help & Safeguarding Hub 01482 395500
Adults at Risk Telephone: (01482) 396940
After 5pm Emergency Duty Team on 01377 241273 out of normal office hours
The College Counselling service will be closed due to the Corona virus outbreak from Friday 20th March 2:30pm until the college opens again on 20th April. Please continue to follow government advice during the days/weeks ahead. And please find ways of staying in touch with your friends and family, even if you are required to self-isolate. Further details about counselling services can be found below.
(East resident) Domestic Violence & Abuse Partnership 01482 396330
To report a non-emergency incident contact Humberside Police on 101.
Kooth is an free, anonymous and safe counselling and support service available to all young people ages 11-25 years across East Riding of Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire and Hull. Fully trained and qualified counsellors and emotional wellbeing practitioners are available until 10pm each night, 365 days a year.
Visit Kooth.com to get in touch.
Family Action is a charity that works with families to work through stress, disruption and general trouble and strife. They provide counselling sessions over the phone, email or text. They are still open during the Covid19 lockdown. Contact Family Action on:
0808 802 6666
Text: 07537 404 282
Mon-Fri, 9am to 9pm
OUT OF HOURS TEXT: FAMILYACTION to 85258
Targeted Youth Support (TYS) (Hull)
The Targeted Youth Support Team offer support, information and advice to young people aged 16 -21. The following groups are eligible for the service:
- young people aged 16 or 17, Child in need, UASC, Looked After Children.
- young people 18+ young people open to the TYS service (allocated or duty).
- care leavers aged 16 -25 (eligibility for those over 21 will require an open allocation to leaving care).
- out of town care leavers16 -21. Advice and information only can be provided.
- homeless prevention and relief.
Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5pm
Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm
By telephone - 01482 615602
By email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth and Family Support (East Riding)
Support for young people and their families, including:
- emotional health
- mental health
- behaviour and aggression
- drugs or alcohol
- family relationships
- school attendance
- bereavement and separation
- youth counselling
CAMHs Contact Point (mental health)
Contact Point provides a single point of contact to CAMHs services. It is staffed by clinicians and has been designed to make it easier for young people and their families to access our services.
Contact Point role, is a single point of access telephone triage service, for young people and children under the age of 18. We offer advice and signposting to young people and professionals working with 5-17 year olds. Self-referrals can be made by the young person themselves, as well as by parents/carers or anyone who has concerns about an individual within this age range, with whom they have contact.
Contact Point is available from 9am until 5pm, Monday to Friday
Hull – 01482 303688
East Riding – 01482 303810
Already have a CAMHs worker
The numbers to call are:
Rivendell: 01377 208280
Westend: 01482 303680
The Warren Youth Project
Because of the Coronavirus (COVID 19),the Warren is only open to young people on an appointment basis. But any young person can have an appointment - whether it be for counselling, employment support, music, spoken word, advice, general support, a food parcel or just a chat. They will also be operating a food parcel delivery service very soon to young people in Hull. Please message them your contact number and address if you would like to be added to their delivery list.
Tel: 01482 218115
Hull and East Riding Mind
Hull and East Yorkshire Mind have extended the hours of their information and advice line to 24 hours a day to support local people during the current Covid-19 crisis. The information line is available for everyone in the Hull and East Yorkshire area.
The service, which originally ran from 9am-5pm Monday-Friday has now been extended as part of a joint partnership between Hull and East Yorkshire Mind and Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust.
Alternatively, you can visit www.heymind.org.uk/coronavirus for more information on managing your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak.
MIND can offer counselling as well as help and support around:
· mental health problems
· where to get help near you
· treatment options
· advocacy services.
Tel: 01482 240200 - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Info Line: 01482 24013
Lets’ Talk (Adults)
Lets Talk offers mental health support to Hull (adult) residents:
Tel: 01482 247111
Local NHS support:
If you are worried about a young person and think they would benefit from talking to someone about their mental health, contact CAMHs on 01482 303688 (Hull) and 01482 303810 (East Riding) to find out more information.
Out of office hours call: 01482 301701 (option 1 adults, option 2 U18's).
If you need mental health support and are over 18 please call Single Point of Access: 01482 301701
SEED – Eating Disorder Support Service
The Resource Room, SEED, Wilberforce Health Centre, 6 – 10 Story Street, Hull
Tel Advice Line: 01482 718130
Papyrus will also offer support and guidance for anyone worried about a young person who is feeling suicidal.
0808 800 5000 or email email@example.com
Confidential support for anyone affected by alcohol or drugs in Hull.
Trafalgar House, 43-45 Beverley Road, Hull
Tel: 01482 620013
Young People’s Substance Misuse Service.
ReFresh works with young people up to the age of 19 who live in Hull, who need support to make safer choices about drugs, solvents or alcohol. Also give advice to parents, carers, professionals or family members.
Kenworthy House, 98-104 George Street, Hull
Tel: 01482 331059
East Riding Community Drug and Alcohol Team
The Community Drug and Alcohol Team provides an overarching case management service for people requiring medium to long term support. This includes; prescribing and psychological interventions alongside a short term intensive programme (ART) and Aftercare. It has permanent bases in Goole, Bridlington and Hull and works in Primary Care. It also offers satellite clinics in other areas to ensure that those who need the service are able to access it.
82 Spring Bank Hull HU3 1AB
Tel: 01482 320 606
- Information, advice and guidance on sexual and reproductive health
- Healthy Relationships
- Condom distribution
- STI and pregnancy testing
15 Freetown Way, Hull HU2 8JQ
Tel: 01482 291190
The Wilson Centre (Adults)
· Customer service centre
· Citizens Advice
· Housing queries
· Council Tax
· Housing benefits
· Housing repairs
The Wilson Centre - Alfred Gelder Street Hull
Tel: 01482 300 300
Hull College Counselling Service provides a confidential and professional counselling service for students of Hull and Goole Colleges. Students can refer themselves and can come for counselling around any issue, whether it is personal or related to college.
If you would like to request counselling please fill out the form below and either email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it in our letterbox outside room QG702 or post to us at;
Hull College Counselling Service
702 Queens Gardens
If you have any queries regarding the service or a referral please call 01482 598736 or 313447.