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Services that might be
able to help you
There are lots of services available for young people and you can choose which one is right for you.
The most important thing is for you to get some support if life is feeling bad and you're feeling hopeless.
Perhaps you could get in touch with some of the organisations listed below and ask them what they could do for you? Most of them will be able to offer you a confidential service.
ReRun 07958 475075 (text or phone) can provide help and advice on most things that affect young people or they can put you in touch with someone locally in Dorset if they can't help or you want specialist advice, eg. health matters, school, bullying, drugs, alcohol, sex, relationship problems, abuse, self harm, benefits, housing, employment etc.
The following web sites may be of interest:
www.ruthinking.co.uk (sex, relationships, contraception)
www.b-eat.co.uk/YoungPeople/Home (eating disorders)
www.thesite.org.uk (general info) - for 16-25 year olds only
www.ndh.org.uk (drugs info from FRANK)
www.missingpeople.org.uk/runaways/ (help for young runaways)
www.direct.gov.uk/en/YoungPeople/Money (benefits advice, tax etc)
www.wrecked.org.uk (young people driving)
www.playingsafely.co.uk (sexual health)
www.patient.co.uk (general health)
www.evelinakids.nhs.uk/teens/index.html (health for teenagers)
www.youth2youth.co.uk (helpline for young people run by young people)
www.thesite.org.uk/healthandwellbeing/mentalhealth/selfharm (self harm)
www.britkid.org (race, racism and life)
www.youthcomm.org.uk (homework to homelessness)
Please note: ReRun is not responsible for the content of external websites. Links are provided for information purposes only - this does not imply an endorsement of the linked site or its contents.
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