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The Foodbank is a straightforward system of collection, collation and distribution of basic food items which have been donated to support people in times of crisis.
They are a voluntary charitable organisation representing the Christian Churches on the Waterside. Their aim is to serve and meet the needs of the whole of the Waterside community from Eling to Calshot, Beaulieu and East Boldre.
The Foodbank offers three days of food to people facing a crisis, whilst signposting to the extrahelp.
FareShare is the UK’s biggest charity fighting hunger and food waste. They redistribute good food, which would otherwise go to waste, to frontline charities and community groups that
support people in need
Young people in our community face many challenges and need our support. Some are vulnerable and disadvantaged. Others struggle with everyday scenarios. The Handy Trust are there for all, offering support and guidance to help them lead healthy, happy and fulfilling lives.
A local Charity providing support to individuals living in the Parishes of Hythe, Dibden, Fawley and Marchwood, in the County of Hampshire, who find themselves in need, hardship and distress and to Organisations with similar values working in the area.
Their aim is to transform lives by providing practical and emotional support to families throughout the Hythe & Waterside area.
Yellow Door is a registered charity working to support individuals and communities across Southampton and western Hampshire. We offer a range of free services
dedicated to supporting those who have experienced - or are at risk of - abuse, as well as delivering preventative workshops and outreach across the region.
CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. CAMHS are the NHS services that assesses and treat young people with emotional, behavioural, or mental health difficulties.
CAMHS support covers depression, problems with food, self-harm, abuse, violence, or anger, bipolar, schizophrenia and anxiety, to name a few.
There are local NHS CAMHS services around the UK, with teams made up of nurses, therapists, psychologists, support workers and social workers, as well as other professionals.
A game designed to help you find wisdom and build strength
to help you cope with the death of a loved one
A 24/7 free, private and confidential service online or over
the phone for young people with worries or in need of help.