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Relate Central and Northern Hertfordshire
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  • Stevenage
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Relate Central and Northern Hertfordshire

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Relate Central and Northern Hertfordshire offers relationship counselling to individuals, couples and family groups. We talk honestly and openly and can support you with problems like family breakdown, problems at home, moving school or bullying.Counselling is free of charge to young people aged 13-19 at our Stevenage and Letchworth venues.

Choice Pregnancy Counselling Centre, Letchworth
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  • Letchworth
  • Health
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Choice Pregnancy Counselling Centre, Letchworth

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Choice Pregnancy Counselling Centre in Letchworth provides a free, confidential service for women of any age who may be facing an unintended pregnancy, their partners and their families. It also offers help to those in need following an abortion. Call them on 01462 683054.

Face 2 Face
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  • Hitchin
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  • Learning & Careers

Face 2 Face

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Counselling and Advice service.

Kooth: Free Online Support
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  • Kooth
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Kooth: Free Online Support

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If you're aged 10 - 25 and living in Hertfordshire you can now access a free online counselling service called Kooth. We have trained counsellors available online 365 days of the year until 10pm. You can talk about any issues affecting you and there's also an anonymous forum so you can discuss things with people your age too.

ChildLine 0800 1111
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ChildLine 0800 1111

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ChildLine is a private and confidential 24-hour telephone helpline for children and young people up to the age of nineteen. You can contact a ChildLine counsellor about anything - no problem is too big or too small. You can call free on 0800 1111. You can also have a one-to-one chat on line with a ChildLine counsellor or send an email to ChildLine.

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