MAP provides counselling and mental health support for young people age 11-25 from our centres in Norwich and Great Yarmouth and in schools and community bases around Norfolk. All of our services are free, confidential and carried out by professionals trained in youth counselling and youth mental health.
Our counsellors and youth mental health workers can help if you:
- are anxious, depressed or angry
- want to improve your relationships with others
- worrying about self-harm, sexuality or gender issues, eating disorders, drug or alcohol addiction
- need help making important life decisions
- feel that you are in a crisis
Where and when?
If you’re under 18, MAP is a part of Point 1, the NHS service for children and young people 0-17 with problems that are negatively affecting their mental health. We deliver the part of the service for young people aged 11-17.
If you are 14 or over you can refer yourself for counselling via the Point 1 Single Point of Contact: Here
Or you can call them on: 0800 977 4077
If you are age 11-13:
- your parents or carers can make a Point 1 referral for you
- or this can be done via your GP or school, in which case your parents/carers need to be aware of this and give their permission.
You can find more information about Point 1 Here or call Point 1 on 0800 977 4077.
Please note that we have waiting lists for most of our counselling services and, at times, with the exception of the Point 1 NHS service, these may be closed.
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