Young People's Workers at Suffolk Young People's Health Project (4YP) are here to provide a wide range of services and support for young people.
Whatever your needs we'll do what we can to help, and if we can't help directly we'll find someone who can.
Maybe you're having trouble finding accommodation or in need of advice with finding a job, or with sexual health. Maybe things are getting on top of you and you could use a caring, listening ear. Or maybe all you want is to get involved in some fun activities, meet new people or hang out with friends.
Whatever your needs, the Young People's Workers are here to listen without judging and will help in whatever way we can.
4YP's Young People's Workers can offer advice around sexual health and you can sign up to the C-Card scheme with us.
We recommend you visit the iCash sexual health nurses at Terrence Higgins Trust and The Orwell Clinic for advice on sex and relationships, STI screening, or contraceptive supplies. See our Links page for locations and contact details.
Come to see us, without an appointment, during our opening times:
Monday - Friday, 10am-5pm
At other times, call us on 01473 252607 - if we can't get to the telephone, leave a message and we'll get back to you as soon as we can - or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
We also offer a range of activities and groups until 8pm most evenings. Please check our Activities page for details.