November 5th Update for working during the national lockdown
TAB is following the government guidelines in remaining open for face to face work with the young people in Abingdon and surrounding area. We also continue to provide online support for those clients and members of staff who would prefer not to (or are unable to) work in a face to face setting.
We have updated our risk assessment for working at both the Charter and 19 Bridge Street and this is published on the website. The National Youth Agency work with the government and have produced very helpful guidelines which we are following. For more information please visit their website
Please be reassured that our priority is for the safety of our staff and clients.
"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:
How are you feeling?
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.