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Time to Talk Bucks has now closed.
 

For the past five years, Time to Talk Bucks has been funded by Buckinghamshire County Council which has done all it can to support the service. Unfortunately, this contract finishes at the end of March 2019 and although we have tried to secure other sources of funding to continue the service it has not been possible to raise enough to ensure the current level so we have reluctantly taken the decision to close.  We are therefore unable to accept any further referrals.


Other sources of support in Buckinghamshire:

Kooth  https://www.kooth.com/ 
An online counselling and emotional wellbeing service commissioned by Bucks County Council, NHS Bucks Clinical Commissioning Group and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.  This service provides self help information, peer to peer forums and drop in and booked 1:1 text based counselling sessions. 


There are also other agencies providing face to face counselling in Buckinghamshire:

Youth Concern  http://youthconcern.org.uk/counselling/

Aylesbury

01296 431183
 

Youth Enquiry Service  https://www.yeswycombe.org/

High Wycombe

01494 437373
 

For serious concerns we would recommend an appointment with your GP or A & E for emergencies.  Other organisations who can provide emergency support include the Samaritans and Papyrus.

Samaritans – Call 116 123 https://www.samaritans.org/

Papyrus – Call 0800 068 41 41, SMS: 07786 209697 https://papyrus-uk.org/

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