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Brighton has the most searches for the term "lonely". How can parents spot the signs?

For more information and advice on loneliness and social anxiety:

YMCA – Brighton’s Youth Advice Centre is a safe space where any young person age 13-25 can talk to a worker one-to-one and receive support
Daily drop in Monday-Thurs 3-6pm and Friday 3-5.30pm, 11 St Georges Place, Brighton BN1 4GB

Albion in the Community, working to improve health and wellbeing, education and aspirations of Brighton’s community
Premier League Kicks is a project that offers free weekly football sessions to children between 7 and 18 and combines free football with workshops and lifestyle advice in subjects like domestic violence, anti-homophobia, anti-racism, substance misuse and road safety

Childline offers support and advice for young people who feel lonely or isolated
Call Childline for free on 0800 1111

Anxiety UK has information, resources and support for parents and young people suffering from social anxiety as well as an online chat service

Young Minds information and resources for young people suffering from anxiety

For England-wide mental health services and support (11-25 years), including advice on depression, relationships, bullying and anxiety, please visit:

For a list of all Brighton and Hove services (11-25 years) please search:

If you are in a crisis and looking for support, please visit:

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Mon 9 Dec 2019 20:00



  • Mon 9 Dec 2019 20:00