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Young Adults

Welcome to our ‘Young Adult’s Health’ page, designed specifically for our patients aged 15 to 25 years old. Our aim is to provide you with a safe, easy to understand and confidential environment.

All consultations are in the STRICTEST OF CONFIDENCE. We will not discuss anything with anyone else without your consent. (There may be a very rare occasion when it is necessary to share information if we feel you or someone else is at risk of serious harm, but we would try and discuss this with you first).

Our reception staff and dispensary team are fully trained in patient confidentiality. They are not allowed to disclose any information about you, even the fact that they have spoken to you or seen you in the waiting room with anyone else.

If you are over 16 years of age you can register to use SystmOnline, which is our secure online service. (You need to register in person at our reception and bring photo i.d).  This allows you to book, cancel or view any appointments and order any repeat medication. This online service is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

 

 http://www.yourspacewestsussex.co.uk/

‘Your Space’ is a website aimed at giving young people information in and about the local area, however for more specific guidance select the headings below.

FamilyLine can also be contacted for general information for families in need of support. They offer an anonymous and confidential helpline service for people facing a range of problems and stresses on 0808 8005678, or email help@familyline.org.uk or visit www.familyline.org.uk.

Click on the following links for more useful information

It's okay, not to be okay.
A useful website full of information for any young people who are struggling with exam and school pressures or general mental health support is needed.

Mental Health

YES - Youth Emotional Support

Relationships

Sexual Health

Young Carers

Smoking, Drugs & Alcohol



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