Help & Support

Allsorts isn't a crisis service. But here is a list of services you can turn to when you're in crisis.

National & local services for young people who might need help with their general mental health who are not in crisis.

Allsorts has it's own advocacy service in West Sussex. Advocacy is about getting support from someone to help you express yourself when you find yourself in a difficult situation.

National & local help with dealing with housing or are at risk of homelessness.

Who to ask for help when dealing with a crime.

What is homophobic, biphobic or transphobic bullying and who can help.

Don’t sit worrying there about it – there’s plenty of help and advice here for you to read.

Resources written by and for LGBT+ young people on subjects such as gender dysphoria, coming out and mental health.

Allsorts can refer service users to local Drugs & Alcohol services, including the following. If you don't attend Allsorts' groups, one-to-one or advocacy, you can still self-refer to these services.

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