Free confidential support for young people in Fareham and Gosport

The Moving On Project is a charity working in Fareham and Gosport, to provide help for young people aged 11-25, to improve their lives. We offer confidential, discrete support, including free counselling to local young people.

We are based at the X-perience Youth Centre, Fareham and also offer counselling in Gosport. In addition to our counselling and mentoring services, we co-deliver 6 weekly drop-in health and wellbeing sessions in a number of local youth centres including Bridgemary, Brune Park, Bay House School, and the Odyssey Youth Centre.

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Counselling

Counselling can make a big difference. Talk to a counsellor in confidence to explore your thoughts and feelings. All our counsellors are appropriately trained and won’t judge you. The role of a counsellor is to listen to what you want to talk about – not to provide ready made solutions. It’s often a great relief just to be listened to.

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Counselling Plus 1

We aim to deliver counselling to young people aged 11-18 which takes place between a young person and Parent/Carer where a need has been established to improve communication and strengthen relationships. these sessions are based around the young person, not for the adult to bring their own personal issues. These appointments can not made by self referral but by a professional.

Health & Wellbeing

We co-deliver free, weekly drop-in sessions focussed on health and wellbeing, for young people aged 11-19 in Fareham and Gosport. We offer young people confidential advice, support and guidance on a range of issues including drugs, alcohol, sexual health, confidence, self-esteem, relationships and anger.

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Important!

We will do our best to help but please note that the Moving on Project is not an emergency service. If you are unable to contact us and feel in despair please phone the Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90, at www.samaritans.org or by email at jo@samaritans.org

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If you are in danger please phone the Police, 999