We are still here and as busy as always supporting young people who need our help. We are now delivering some face to face learning and mental health support sessions in the centre and in school. Our young parents’ groups are getting back to normal (with some restrictions on numbers) and we continue to be available by phone, email, Zoom and other online systems for those we can’t meet in person. Our drop-in services remain closed and all our work is currently by appointment.
So don’t be a stranger. If you’re aged 13 to 25 and in need of a listening ear or advice or guidance to resolve practical problems please get in touch. We know the coronavirus crisis is making life harder for everyone.
Our lockdown achievements: April – December 2020
Young people supported
Total help sessions
Mental health sessions
We will continue to monitor and review the situation and are looking forward to seeing everyone in person as soon as it is safe to do so.
Please note that the general Rendezvous phone number is not currently taking answerphone messages but you can contact the team by phone or email using the numbers and forms on the relevant service pages – go to our main young people page to see all of them.
If your enquiry is about funding or management then please go to our main contact page.
Please note that the team are only available within normal working hours and may not be able to get back to you immediately.
Emergencies and urgent support
We do not offer an out of hours service and in case of an emergency you should always call 999. You can also contact these organisations for emotional support if you are feeling depressed:
Childline – phone: 0800 1111
The Samaritans – phone: 116 123 for emotional support, 24 hours a day
We wish you and your friends and family well in these extraordinary times and hope to see you all soon.