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A new Herts Haven Cafe has opened, following the same drop-in support model of the Herts Haven Cafes for 10-18 year olds which began in July.
The Hemel Hempstead Cafe at the Quaker Meeting House in St Mary’s Road is open on Thursdays at 3.30-8pm and on Saturdays at 12-5pm. It replaces the original Cafe in South Oxhey.
Hertfordshire Mind Network hosts all the cafes and hopes the new location will provide even more young people with opportunities to easily access drop-in emotional wellbeing support.
Like Stevenage and Watford, the Hemel Cafe provides a safe and welcoming drop-in space for compassionate, emotional and mental wellbeing information, as well as support and guidance from trained workers, without the need for a referral.
Young people can also access emotional and mental wellbeing support services digitally, speak to other people who may be experiencing similar things and also gain a better understanding about ways in which they can keep themselves emotionally and mentally well.
Find out more, including the opening times and locations on the With Youth website HERE.