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What’s in North Yorkshire for me? 18 to 25

Not sure what to feel about what you're feeling? The Go-To is here to help you find the right support in North Yorkshire to help you stay well, whatever is going on in your life.

North Yorkshire IAPT

IAPT is a national NHS programme designed to increase the availability of talking therapy treatments.

You can refer yourself if you are 17 or over and registered with a North Yorkshire GP.

Visit North Yorkshire IAPT website

Crisis Resolution and Intensive Home Treatment Team (CRHT)

The CRHT team are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They provide specialist assessment for people aged 16+ who need urgent mental health care.


Visit TEWV website

North Yorkshire Horizons

North Yorkshire Horizons is an adult drug and alcohol recovery service.

Visit North Yorkshire Horizons website

North Yorkshire Council

Visit North Yorkshire Council for more information on helplines, counselling and urgent support.

Visit NYC website

Crisis Cafe

A safe space open to all experiencing crisis (16+ years).

Visit Mind website

YorSexual Health

Yorsexual Health is a free and confidential sexual health service, running across York and North Yorkshire. You can search for services on the Yorsexual Health North Yorkshire website or phone 01904 721111.

For more information on sexual health, take a look at our Sexual Health page.

Visit YorSexual Health website

Healthy Minds for Craven District

If you live in Craven, take a look at the Healthy Minds website for information about mental health and wellbeing services in your area.

Visit Healthy Minds website

Solihull Approach

Solihull Approach are offering two FREE online courses exclusively for teenagers!

  • Understanding your brain
  • Understanding your feelings

Visit the webpage below and sign up using the access code NYFAMILIES

Visit Solihull website

North Yorkshire Libraries

If you are looking to improve your health and wellbeing, your local library is a great place to start. They provide access to accredited health information, reading programmes, social and recreational activities and volunteering opportunities.

Visit North Yorkshire Council

Getting Urgent Help

If you’ve seriously injured yourself or taken an overdose call 999 or get immediate medical advice from NHS 111.

If you are in a crisis and feel like you can’t cope, speak to somebody straight away. Visit our Urgent Help page for contact details for the North Yorkshire single point of access Crisis Service.

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