Confidential Advice Service
What is it? Who is it for?
Centre 33 and Peterborough City Council are working together to provide a safe, confidential place where young people aged 13-25yrs can access health related support, including free and confidential counselling, advice on self-help, and access to information on local health related services. We also do c-card registration and pick up.
Young people come to us for a wide range of reasons and we will work with you, whatever your issues. If things are getting you down then talking to someone may help. It is completely normal to need support from time to time, and to ask for some help.
Centre 33 generally offers short-term counselling. This includes an Initial Assessment and then 6 sessions of counselling, which are once a week at the same time each week. Please see here for more information about counselling.
No need for an appointment- just drop by!
*Please note: on Friday 10 August & Friday 17 August, our Peterborough service will be open for booked appointments only – no drop-ins (we have no additional capacity for further booked appointments on these two weeks). We will be back to normal drop-in service 2-5pm upstairs at Peterborough Central Library from Friday 24 August.
The drop-in runs on Fridays, 2-5pm upstairs at Central Library, Peterborough. 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.
For more information contact the helpline or drop us a line. Or email email@example.com