CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

Giving children and young people safe places where they can get the support they need to thrive, gain skills, meet others, have some fun and positively move on in their lives.

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

Giving children and young people safe places where they can get the support they need to thrive, gain skills, meet others, have some fun and positively move on in their lives.

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

Giving children and young people safe places where they can get the support they need to thrive, gain skills, meet others, have some fun and positively move on in their lives.

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

Giving children and young people safe places where they can get the support they need to thrive, gain skills, meet others, have some fun and positively move on in their lives.

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

Giving children and young people safe places where they can get the support they need to thrive, gain skills, meet others, have some fun and positively move on in their lives.

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

Giving children and young people safe places where they can get the support they need to thrive, gain skills, meet others, have some fun and positively move on in their lives.

The YPC is the city-centre space in Brighton and Hove for anyone aged 13 to 25 needing support. Drop-in sessions offer someone to talk to, affordable meals, activities, counselling, peer support, sexual health advice.

Telephone: 01273 887886

Stopover provides a home for young women who have nowhere else to live. Most have no family support or positive adult role models, and have never had a place to live where they feel safe.

Telephone: 01273 603775

WASP is where children who live complex and often difficult lives go to have a great time; it’s a place to forget their worries, to laugh, be loud, and have fun – alongside learning skills essential to ensuring a positive future.

Telephone: 07919 442633

“Here I know I can come and talk to somebody, let go of stuff and reset”

Sarah, YPC Service User

“Being here has taught me it’s alright to cry, be angry and sometimes want to be by myself.”

Aisha, Stopover resident

“When you know it is a WASP day you know it is going to be a good day, an awesome day.”

Tyler, WASP service user

“Since having my baby I have had to grow up quickly Stopover have helped me learn I need to put someone else first but I have to look after myself too.”

Stopover resident

Each year, we help over 6,000 people across Sussex. By donating today, you enable us to help even more. Thank you.