- In person & remote
- Adults (over 18)
- Children and Younger People (under 18)
Door 43 offers support to 13-25 year olds on a range of emotional wellbeing issues. The service focuses on early intervention and low level support and is not a specialist mental health service. Their staff are not able to conduct mental health assessments or provide intensive one-to-one sessions or clinical treatment, but they will refer young people to appropriate services if required.
Door 43 offers a number of services including: a drop in, one to one support, wellbeing cafes and social prescribing spaces and can support young people with lots of different things they may need advice on or are struggling with.
Door 43 is a Youth Information, Advice, Counselling and Support Service (YIACS) within Sheffield Futures.
You can follow them on Instagram for their wellbeing content – @door43_
Drop in service
On Wednesdays, you can access one-to-one emotional support over the phone, text or video call. On a Wednesday morning, just call 0114 201 2800 or email them on firstname.lastname@example.org to book a slot. We will then call you back for a 30 minute chat between 11am–4pm.
Every Tuesday they run 2 Wellbeing Cafes. You can join them for music, art, refreshments, socialising and a space to chat about your wellbeing. There are separate Wellbeing Cafes that run at the same time – one for 13-18 year olds and one for 18-25 year olds. They meet every Tuesday 5pm – 6.30pm at Sheffield Futures, Star House, 43 Division Street, Sheffield, S1 4GE get in touch with Door 43 to find out more E: email@example.com
One-to-one support and counselling
If you are in need of talking regularly about something you’re experiencing, Door 43 offer a couple of options:
- Their Health and Wellbeing service can offer up to 8 one-to-one structured support sessions where counselling isn’t the best option for someone.
- They also provide counselling service. Counselling is a type of talking therapy. It helps you understand your thoughts and feelings, and to get through challenging times. They will offer up to 12 sessions.
These sessions are for people between 13-25 years old and can be over the phone, text or video call. Use the form on their website to self refer.
Domestic Abuse Counselling
If you or someone you know has lived with, or experienced domestic abuse, their Domestic Abuse counselling can help. Their counsellors, who are trained in EDMR, are offering specialist counselling to young people aged 11-18 years old.
They provide a confidential safe place to be heard and someone to listen, in a range of venues including schools, refuges, our city centre location or remotely. For this counselling, they are only able to accept referrals from professionals.
Further information and referral details for the domestic abuse counselling can be found on their website.
- Sheffield Futures, Star House, 43 Division Street, Sheffield, S1 4GE