Centre 33 is here to support young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough with a wide range of issues.
We are proud to make listening to you the foundation of what we do. We are non-judgemental and here to help in whatever way we can.
“…it felt more reassuring and less intimidating than going to the doctors and I felt I could just be more honest about everything”
If you are worried about anything or need some support there are several ways we can help you.
We are experts in housing and homelessness, sexual health, employment support and more. You can drop-in or contact us whenever we are open.
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“It’s accessible and free. It helped me when other services turned me away”
We provide free and confidential counselling for young people aged 13-25 at our hubs and for all secondary age children via our schools project.
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“Centre 33 are not like the others, they help you no matter what, makes you feel good inside”
The Young Carers Project offers young carers across Cambridgeshire support, information, planning and respite from their caring responsibilities.
Are you are a young carer and want to know more? Click here
Are you a parent or professional worried about a young person? Click here
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All Centre 33 services are confidential – which means we won’t tell anyone outside the organisation, without your permission, that you are in contact with us, or what you tell us. This includes your parents.
However, in exceptional circumstances if we believe that you or another person is at serious risk of harm then we would contact services that may help. We would always try to tell you first.
If you are receiving counselling, your counsellor may share some information about your counselling with other staff within Centre 33, if appropriate. All of our counsellors have support from Centre 33 clinical supervisors with whom they share information in order to ensure they are working ethically and effectively.