Our aim is that when you leave us, you will be equipped with the life skills you need to lead a fully independent life. Your Support Worker will help you with developing these. In the meantime, check out some of these useful links:

Healthy eating

This link will take you to some useful tips and advice on how to eat healthily, including a meal planner that makes it easy for you to get your 5-a-day, a BMI healthy weight calculator and many more useful tools. Click here to read more.

Healthy living

Do you think you are fit? Are you a smoker who wants to give up? Or are you concerned that you might drink more than you should? Visit these links to find out more. 

Mental health

1 in 4 people in the UK will have a mental health problem at some point in their lives. For support and advice on mental health, visit the young minds, youth2youth or 'the site' websites.

Sexual health

From contraception to advice on sexual health issues, these websites have it all! Follow the link for the NHS tools website and the Brooks website.

Other specialist support, such as counselling services

For government advice for young people, visit the direct.gov website here.

The Samaritans provide emotional support.

The Independence Trust is a Gloucestershire charity supporting anyone with concerns about mental health, drugs or alcohol.

Gloucestershire Cruse has a branch called RD4U that helps young people coping with bereavement.

GINI is the young persons substance misuse advice service.

For support on bullying and cyber bullying, visit the Gloucestershire Safeguarding Children Board.

Life Coach Directory enables visitors to find the most suitable qualifies coach for their needs.