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At Newport Mind we have a range of different services to support the mental health and wellbeing of young people ages 0 – 25 and their families.

To access these services please complete the referral form below and email it to CYPF@newportmind.org.

Whole School Approach to Mental Health Project
A project providing a range of school-wide and focused mental health interventions to the students, staff, parents and carers of the primary, secondary and alternative school communities in Newport.
Whole School Approach to Mental Health Project
A project providing a range of school-wide and focused mental health interventions to the students, staff, parents and carers of the primary, secondary and alternative school communities in Newport.
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Piece By Piece Project
Mental health support for young people aged 11-25 and their families who have recently experienced a trauma. Offering 1:1, group and community based support
Piece By Piece Project
Mental health support for young people aged 11-25 and their families who have recently experienced a trauma. Offering 1:1, group and community based support
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Family Wellbeing and Resilience Service
Mental health and resilience support for 0-18 year olds and their families. Providing 10-12 weeks of individual and group work for families in Newport.
Family Wellbeing and Resilience Service
Mental health and resilience support for 0-18 year olds and their families. Providing 10-12 weeks of individual and group work for families in Newport.
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Together Encouraging Change
A project offering young men and young people from LGBTQ+, BAME and deprived backgrounds opportunities to volunteer in local community groups, to help promote conversations about mental health with young people through activities and signposting.
Together Encouraging Change
A project offering young men and young people from LGBTQ+, BAME and deprived backgrounds opportunities to volunteer in local community groups, to help promote conversations about mental health with young people through activities and signposting.
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Wellbeing Ambassadors Volunteering Project
If you are aged 14-25 and feel passionately about making sure young people are supported with their mental health then you are welcome to apply to become a Wellbeing Ambassador.
Wellbeing Ambassadors Volunteering Project
If you are aged 14-25 and feel passionately about making sure young people are supported with their mental health then you are welcome to apply to become a Wellbeing Ambassador.
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CYPF Crisis & Safety Information 

If you or someone you know are in crisis and need someone to talk to here are some services that can help: 

Samaritans – call 116 123 (available 24/7)  

SHOUT – text ‘SHOUT’ to 85258 (available 24/7)  

ChildLine (under 18’s) – call 0800 11 11 or visit childline.org.uk (see website for availability)  

Meic Cymru – call 080880 23456, text 84011 or visit meiccymru.org (available 8am-midnight) 

 

If you feel like harming yourself or other people, or you are with someone who feels this way: 

  • Access your GP/Out of hours service  

Or 

  • Go to your nearest Accident and emergency department (A&E). If you cannot safely get to an A&E department, call 999 or 112 

Please be aware of your GP details and local hospital services should you have any health concerns, including NHS Direct Wales (call 111, available 24/7). You can search for your local department at www.nhs.uk