Young People Health & Wellbeing 12-21

JUNCTION UPDATES:

Drop-In

Our health and wellbeing Drop-In runs on Wednesdays from 4pm to 7pm.  This is a relaxed, shared space where you can connect with others.  You can have a one-to-one chat with a worker, access c:card and pregnancy testing or get a relaxing massage.

Please wear a mask to come in unless you’re exempt and sanitize your hands.  If Drop-In is busy, we may ask you to come back  later.

Walk-In

Walk-In runs on Mondays from 4pm to 7pm.  You can have a one-to-one chat with a worker, find out more about The Junction, use our sexual health services,  get health and wellbeing information or refer for weekly support.

Please come to our middle door and buzz the buzzer.  You can sit in our quiet reception waiting area until a worker is free.  Please wear a mask to come in unless you’re exempt and sanitize your hands.

Digital Drop-In 

The Digital Drop-In runs on Thursdays from 4pm to 7pm.  This is support by phone, video call, Whatsapp, text or email for young people in Edinburgh aged 12-21.  You can use our Digital Drop-In to have a one-to-one chat with a worker.  One-to-one chats last about 30 minutes and you can talk about whatever is on your mind. 

To request support, you can email support@the-junction.org or text 07758348850. Please contact us before the Digital Drop-In starts so we can confirm a time.

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The Junction Services

What is The Junction?

The Junction is a safe, friendly, confidential centre which offers lots of health-related services, education and support for young people in Leith and North East Edinburgh aged 12-21.

We think it’s important to listen to young people and find out what they think and want. That’s why young people have been consulted from the start of the Junction and continue to be so today.

Here at the Junction, we are working to promote long-term prevention of health problems, to raise young people’s awareness and self-esteem and to enable them to make informed choices about their health and well-being. The aim is to help them help themselves which if successful will ultimately have a positive effect on the community as a whole.

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