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Children and Young People’s Service

It can be difficult to go through sexual abuse or assault, no matter how old you are, but when you are under 18 there may be particular things you are worried about.

The Children and Young Person’s service is made up of a group of specialist workers who understand that it takes courage to reach out and ask for help. They will respond to you with kindness and without judgement, listening to you and what you say you need.

Whatever healing journey you are on, you don’t have to do it alone. The Children and Young People’s service can help you.

We have made the difficult decision to extend the closure of our Young People’s therapy service in East Sussex and additionally close the Young People’s therapy service in Brighton for the next 6 months.

Our Safeguarding Responsibility  

All team members at Survivors Network Children and Young People’s Service have a responsibility to make sure that everyone we work with is safe. If we are worried about your safety or the safety of someone else, we may need to let someone outside of our organisation know. We will listen to you and explain clearly when we need to tell someone else and when we don’t, so you have control of how much you share. If we do need to pass on information, we will always talk to you about this.

Supporting young survivors

Find out about our services for young people from our lovely staff (filmed 2015).

A Young Survivor’s Story

Meet a young survivor who accessed our services (filmed 2015).

We have lots of resources designed to support you with a range of topics, including a comprehensive self-help guide.