Wisbech & Fenland

Wisbech & Fenland 2018-07-16T15:39:11+00:00

Project Description

Welcome to Centre 33 in Wisbech

Find us here

Address

3 Queen Mary Centre, Queen’s Road,
Wisbech, PE13 2PE

Opening hours

Information and support, and sexual health drop-in:
Thursday 2pm-5pm

Booked counselling appointments:
Thursdays

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 chlamydia, gonorrhoea and pregnancy testing on site. We also offer c-card pick up and registration and  food bank vouchers.

You don’t need an appointment just come down when we’re open and we’ll do our best to help.

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.

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What happens when I visit?

Young Carers Project in Fenland

We currently offer young cares 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’s. If you would like to refer a young person to our service please see our professionals page.

We support Neale Wade Academy in March, Sir Harry Smith Community College in Whittlesey, Cromwell Community College in Chatteris and Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech.

For a full listing of our schools activity, see here

The team at Centre 33 in Fenland

Helen Baker – Fenland Manager
Jane Yeboah – Mental Health and counselling Project Worker
Jo Saunders –  Administrator
Natalie Smith – Young Carers Project Worker
Lucy Clark – Information and Support Worker

Please get in touch via the telephone helpline on 0333 4141809 if you need to speak with us.
We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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