Worries about world events

The world can feel pretty heavy right now. If you are worrying about what you are seeing happen in Gaza and across the world, or you know young people who are, remember that you are not alone.

Share Your Feelings

If you’re worried or upset about what’s going on, talk to someone you trust. Share your thoughts, and remember that your feelings are valid.

Take News Social Media Breaks

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the information on social media. Take breaks to protect your mental health. Not everything you see is true or helpful, so give yourself permission to step back.

Connect with Friends and Family

Spend time with people who lift you up. Sometimes connecting with those who can support you and who share your feelings can help you to not feel alone.

Find your voice

At times when we feel disempowered, it is important that finding ways to have your voice can help you feel a sense of empowerment and community. If there is something you feel passionately about, you could find safe ways to get involved in community events / have your voice heard.

What we can provide

We provide safe and relaxed spaces for you to drop in and have a chat, no appointment needed. Our hubs and other drop-in sessions are not only a supportive environment, but also a great place to learn about mental health and self-care.

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