Beaconsfield Medical Practice

175 Preston Road, Brighton, BN1 6AG

Telephone: 01273 552212

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List of helpful organisations

If the interview has raised any concerns about your current or future health and social care needs and/or  prompted any upsetting thoughts or memories, please see the list of organisations below that may be able to help you.

Most of the organisations has been taken from the Brighton and Hove Council website and includes  organisations that have adapted how they work in light of Covid-19 and the need for us to keep our social distance.

  • Wheretogofor

Support Services for Young People in Brighton & Hove. If you’re aged 12–25, you can search for different services that Brighton & Hove has to offer from local activities and clubs to health, wellbeing and advice.

  • Active for Life

Active for Life is a project run by Brighton & Hove City Council to support people in the city to lead active lifestyles. For more information on the Active for Life Project please contact the Healthy Lifestyles Team by phoning 01273 294 589 or sending an email to

Follow on Twitter: @BHhealthylife, or visit  Active for Life Facebook page.

  • Allsorts

Allsorts Youth Project listens to, supports & connects children & young people under 26 who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or unsure (LGBTU) of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.

  • Amaze

Amaze is a charity that gives information, advice and support to families of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Brighton & Hove and Sussex. We also support young people with SEND up to 25.     helpline 01273 772289

  • Black and Minority Ethnic Young People’s Project (BMEYPP)

The BMEYPP offers regular text messages to all members, 1-2-1 support through phone calls, emails and messages, and text messages to members, group meetings with some invited young people and young volunteers, online social groups – in development

To get in touch, you can send an email to You can also send a message to 07918 621423, or get in touch through the BMEYPP Facebook page or the BMEYPP Instagram.

  • Brighton and Hove Foyer

Located in Brighton city centre, at Brighton and Hove Foyer, we provide support for 50 young people aged 16 to 25, encouraging them to develop their skills and live as independently as possible.

Telephone: 01273 242700

  • MIND Brighton and Hove

The Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service for Children and Young People (age 4-25) offers support to young people who are experiencing mild depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and relationship issue

  • Samaritans

If you are having a difficult time or worried about someone, the Samaritans provide a confidential listening ear. They’re available  24 hours a day, 365  days a year.  Call free on 116 123

For further information on the services they provide:

  • Survivors Network

Independent Sexual Violence Advisor Service: 1-2-1 support provided over text, WhatsApp, Skype, Zoom, phone. Young person’s therapy: 1-2-1 sessions over Zoom, Skype, phone and some text

Make a self-referral through the Survivors’ Network website

  • The Trust for Developing Communities

Offers online group hangout spaces, social media challenges, fun, games and activities, wellbeing sessions, 1-2-1 phone call check-ins, 1-2-1 health and wellbeing youth work, 1-2-1 youth coaching, Youth Worker available to chat on Instagram and Facebook, weekdays midday to 8pm

Trust for Developing Communities on Instagram, on Twitter @trustdevcom, or on Facebook.

  • Touchbase Centre

TouchBase offers support to people aged between 5 and 25 years old. They support people recovering from abuse, neglect and other adverse childhood experiences and their carers, adoptive parents and the education and social care professionals around them.

  • YMCA Positive Placements

YMCA Positive Placements recruits adult volunteers to be trained as mentors in order to support young people towards a positive future. Offers mentoring – getting support to set and work on goals to do with general wellbeing, mental health, education, employment or training. Communicating with a mentor over the phone, by email, or video chat for roughly an hour a week

Send an email to

  • YMCA Youth Advice Centre (YAC)

Is running all 4 of its services remotely. No face-to-face appointments. It is continuing to accept new referrals.

To get in touch, phone 01273 624 432 and you’ll be connected to right team. Or you can email teams directly:

Find YMCA YAC on:

Instagram @yac_brighton         Facebook @yacbrighton

  • Young People’s Centre

The Young People’s Centre (YPC) is a safe and social space with a café located in the centre of Brighton where young people aged 13-25 can access free advice, support and counselling, as well as affordable food, activities and free access to computers and the internet.

They will respond to new enquiries through email: or through telephone enquiries to 07928 808825. Neither provide ’emergency’ support but they will follow up with 48 hours.

  • Young People’s Support Network

Counselling and life coaching online on the Young People’s Support Network website.

To get in touch, send an email to