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Someone to talk to
If you need a chat about housing, sexual health, mental health, money matters or anything else that is on your mind, then please come and see us during our opening hours.
You can call in to the drop-ins and receive information and support on housing, benefits, job seeking and more. We offer pregnancy testing on site. We also offer c-card pick up and registration and food bank vouchers.
Remember all of these services are free and you don’t need an appointment. On occasion you may have to wait until someone can see you. Its a good idea to arrive at least 45 minutes before the drop-in closes to give you plenty of time to talk to us.
Support with your mental health
If you would like to discuss your mental health then please come to one of our ‘Someone to talk to’ drop-in sessions to meet a project worker who can assess your needs and find the best support for you – sometimes this will be counselling. It might be through Centre 33 or with another organisation. We can help you find a good fit. Read more information about counselling here.
No need for an appointment- just drop by!
The drop-in runs on Wednesdays, 2pm-5pm at the Maple Centre. You can call in to the drop-in without an appointment and speak to someone between these hours to see if we can support you. Booked counselling appointments are also available outside of these hours.
The Maple Centre, 6 Oak Dr,
Huntingdon, PE29 7HN
Here are the opening hours and what we offer:
The Maple Centre
Appointments and 'Someone to Talk to' drop-in Wednesdays 2-5pm
Appointments and 'Someone to Talk to' drop-ins will also take place in a variety of places in the community. Currently we'll be at:
Huntingdon Regional College
Drop-in for information and support every other Thursday from 12-2pm
Huntingdon Youth Centre
Drop-in for information and support Thursdays from 4-6pm with HERE:NOW
The Maple Centre has a ramp, a lift and a hearing loop in reception.
Young Carers Project in Huntingdonshire
We currently offer young carers support on a one to one basis, in community based groups (8-11 year olds), schools based groups for over 11yrs and also a summer activity programme. We do transitional work with year 6 and year 9 and support any young person up to the age of 25 with their caring responsibilities.
You can call us, or drop -in, or if you would like to refer a young person to our service please see here.
What happens when I visit?
The team in Huntingdonshire
Becca Bryant – Project Worker Young Carers Team
Jo Livingstone – Project Worker Mental Health & Counselling Team
Lucy Clark – Information and Support Project Worker
Sam Crane – New Horizons/Information and Support Project Worker
Kristi Wood – Administrator
Please get in touch via the helpline if you need to speak with us. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.