Door 43 offers support to 13-25 year olds on a range of emotional wellbeing issues in a young person centred environment.
The service focuses on early intervention and low level support and is not a specialist mental health service. The staff at Door43 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 can support young people in the following ways:
- Wellbeing Wednesdays – Drop-in service for young people who would like to have a private one-to-one chat with one of their workers (not suitable for young people who are in crisis and/or need medical treatment). They can provide information, guidance and low-level emotional wellbeing support, and help complete referrals to counselling and other services if we feel this will be beneficial. This runs every Wednesday from 11am-4pm, or get in touch for any additional times.
- ‘Open doors’ – sexual health information and advice.
- A weekly Wellbeing Café run every Tuesday at Star House from 5pm-7pm. This is a fun, informal and safe space for young people aged 13-25 to engage with activities to promote positive mental wellbeing.
- Social prescribing service, linking young people up with activities, services and practical support to help with issues such as loneliness and isolation, difficulty accessing education or employment, and low confidence.
- They also offer structured one-to-one support sessions with a particular worker – please get in touch for more information.
Door 43 is a Youth Information, Advice, Counselling and Support Service (YIACS) within Sheffield Futures.