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Do you want to find groups and support in the community that might help you improve your health and wellbeing? You can find lots of local support from charities to social groups in the Arc Bucks PCN Directory.
At Chiltern we can provide Music Therapy, Neurologic Music Therapy and Community Music services both digitally and in person across England.
We work with people of all ages and needs. We work with people in acute, targeted, rehabilitative and continuing and preventative care. We have outlined below some of the different areas that we support but we are not limited by this, so please do get in touch to see how we can support you. Click on the boxes to find out more.
Currently there is a regular group session in High Wycombe.
Find Childcare, Childminders, Family Centres, and Family Activities in Buckinghamshire and access free, impartial information covering a range of topics relating to family life including support for Learning Disabilities.
Offering a range of different courses from painting, sewing, mediation, mindfulness and much more – Please visit the website for more information on dates and times and venues – and a full range of courses offered. Funding is targeted to support people who otherwise might not be able to afford to attend adult learning courses, including those on low incomes, jobseeker and others referred by community partner organisations.
2 Year Funding is a government scheme designed to provide up to 15 hours of funded childcare each week to low-income families (earn less than £15,400/year after tax), who have a child who is 2 years old, for children who after Looked After or adopted and those in receipt of Disability Living Allowance or an Education, Health & Care Plan.
One You is a website full of useful information to help young people maintain a healthy mind and body
Papyrus (Prevention of Young Suicide) gives advice and support for young people who feel like they want to take their own life, and all their advice is confidential.
Online tool to help prepare for a doctor’s appointment to talk about mental health.
Like adults, young people (aged 16 or 17) are presumed to have sufficient capacity to decide on their own medical treatment, unless there’s significant evidence to suggest otherwise.
The Mix is a free confidential service for those aged 13- 25 years of age who may have issues they don’t want to discuss with someone they know. some of the topics they can help with range from homelessness to finding a job, from money to mental health, from break-ups to drugs.
Bitesize is a site created by the BBC for young people to help with everyday challenges wether is it starting a new school, feeling exam stress or relationship advice, those that have been through it, share their wisdom.
Kooth, is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people, accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop. Users can go online and access effective therapies strategies to manage their own mental health in a safe and confidential
We are the UK’s leading mental health charity for young people. We exist so that young people have the strongest possible voice in improving their mental health.
Childline is here to help anyone under 19 in the UK with any issue they’re going through. Services are free, confidential and provided by trained Counsellers
Mermaids is one of the UK’s leading charities to support the younger generation of the LGBTQ+ community. It helps reduce isolation and has secure online communities, helpline, and internet resources.
Voluntary organisation that works with young people in Bucks communities to build strong sustainable networks through challenges and activities.
Free and confidential service for young people aged 13-25. They offer a drop in service to talk about anything that is concerning a young person. They also offer sexual health advice and counselling.
High Wycombe Hostel offers housing for men and women over 18. They are self-referring, and offer emergency provision for 28 nights.