Safe Space – Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service
What is the Safe Space?
The provision of a safe space for young people aged 14-18 years which enhances the support currently available to the young people of Hull and East Riding who are experiencing a crisis. The service will offer a safe, calm and welcoming environment where young people can receive support and advice in the aim of improving emotional wellbeing and prevent the onset of a crisis.
Working in partnership
Humber NHS Foundation Trust and Humbercare are working in partnership to support young people in providing a sanctuary for when experiencing a mental health crisis.
The aims of the service are to:
The Safe Space is staffed by qualified practitioners, assistants and volunteers and located within:
St Andrew’s Place
271 St George’s Road
Tel: 01482 301701
8pm to 10am, seven days a week
Referrals to the Safe Space
To access the Safe Space a referral must come from the CAMHS 24 hours crisis service Tel: 01482 303600
Carers and family members
The service welcomes and provides advice and support to carers and family members who are providing support to the person in crisis.
What to expect
When you arrive at the Safe Space you will be greeted by a friendly member of the team.
Lounge with a TV, DVD, music and board games.
Individual therapy rooms.
Hot and cold drinks.
For further information regarding this service please contact the manager on 01482 586633