We understand that lots of care-experienced young people might be feeling anxious about coronavirus (COVID-19). Things can feel quite overwhelming, especially if you don’t have family around to talk to. At Become, we’re here for you. If you’ve got questions about the impact of coronavirus on the care you’re receiving, want some personal advice, or just need someone to talk to, you can get in touch with us on 0800 023 2033 or at email@example.com.
Rees Foundation Time to Talk
We are committed to providing support to care experienced individuals during these challenging times. We have a team of qualified support workers at the end of the phone, so don’t be alone. You can call our ‘Time To Talk’ service between 9am and 5pm on 0330 094 5645 or get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Coronavirus support for young people can be found here.
Looking after your mental health while self-isolating. Some tips that may help can be found on here.
Despite the challenging circumstances, we want our young people to know that NYAS will continue to provide our services. We’re all in this together. If you know someone in need of support, call our helpline on 0808 808 1001.
Support for mental and emotional well-being can be found here.
Part of the way we serve you is to point you to other organisations that can also provide information and support.
They have made a pledge to Care Leavers Covenant which have specific details as to their offer to ensure care leavers are supported.
RSVP is an award winning, long established and well respected specialist charity supporting children and adults of all genders following rape, sexual abuse and sexual exploitation. Please click the link below for confidential help and support.
Financial support, guidance and free legal advice.
Benefits and Employment advice.
Supporting homeless young people.
Supporting the homeless
Offering advice about homelessness and the provision of emergency housing for care leavers.
Support and advice for refugees and people seeking asylum in the UK.
Offers information, support and guidance on drugs/alcohol.
Providing support to empower all young lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people to live free from discrimination and fulfill their potential.
Free and confidential sexual health and well being advice.
Information about educational courses available nationally and support for you to apply for university.
Offering support and small grants to care leavers aged 18-29.
Offering support to young people 11-30 who are unemployed, find school difficult and are at risk of exclusion.
Offering financial support and guidance.
Offers help with grants for education for children and young people who are in need of help and support.
Charity offering advocacy and advice services across England.
A commitment from public, private and voluntary sector organisations to support people leaving care.
Offering scholarships for West Midland based CEPs.
Advice and support for the homeless.
Offering support to everyone, whatever you're going through 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Our sister charity helping care experienced individuals to transform their lives.