The Abingdon Bridge has been following Public Health England advice as regards the Coronavirus outbreak
At TAB the wellbeing and safety of our clients, staff and volunteers is of utmost priority. It is for this reason that TAB has decided, after the latest update from the Government today, to stop all face to face contact with clients. Instead, our counsellors and youth workers will be using the phone and social media platforms to keep in contact and work with our clients. Please be assured that we will continue to do all we can to support our clients.
Young people needing information or advice will find a range of useful sites here.
A really useful set of handy resources for parents/carers who might be concerned about young people's use of the internet is here.
Ketamine? - Information here
A short film, directed by two local young people, about the work of The Abingdon Bridge is available to view here.
"All in all If I didn’t have the help and support of the Bridge I don’t know where I'd be; what I’m trying to say is that no matter what life throws at you with the right support you can have a good quality of life so make the first move and pick up the phone."
We support young people aged 13 - 25. This guidance and emotional support is free. We do this by providing:
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A short important message about TAB's support during the current Covid-19 crisis is here