Where to get advice and support from, who do you know if you have a problem, who can get help, who to contact and where to find more information.
The East Riding Youth and Family Service offers confidential and friendly advice and support around drugs and alcohol use.
If you are concerned about either your own or someone else’s alcohol or drug use please get in touch.
There are many reasons why young people might experiment with alcohol or drugs. Even a small amount of these substances can have a great impact in young people’s lives and lead to problematic use.
If you want to make a referral, please contact us. We accept referrals from parents and carers, and local services working with children, young people and families.
Before making a referral, you might want to consider having a calm conversation about your concerns with the young person.
Please answer these questions honestly:
If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions you might need to contact us for information and advice.
Any person under 18 who lives in the East Riding who is worried about their use of drugs or alcohol, and their carers.
If you are under 18 years old and would like general information, advice and support about drugs or alcohol, the East Riding Partnership (external website) would be happy to support you.
Self-referrals are welcome as are referrals from family members and professionals.
To find out more about this service please give us a call today: Telephone: (01482) 336675
If you are worried a child / young person might be at risk of harm, abuse or neglect, contact the Early Help & Safeguarding Hub (EHaSH) on: Telephone: (01482) 395500, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org