If you have any questions for the team, please contact them using the details they gave you.
MDT coordinator 01142265695
TYA team 01142265360
There are organisations across the region that may be able to help support you.
You can access these independently, but if you would like someone to help you contact them let someone in the TYA team know, and they can help you.
The Weston Park Cancer Support Centre offers a range of services run by healthcare professionals to support anyone affected by cancer; patient, family or friend.
Their drop-in service is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, no appointment necessary.
Sheffield Eating Disorders Service is a community based specialist out patient service, providing assessment and psychologically based interventions to those with severe eating disorders.
Referrals into the service are via GP, Secondary Services or SYEDA (South Yorkshire Eating Disorders Association). You can refer yourself to the service if you are aged 16 or 17. You can find the self referral form on their website.
If you’ve got a problem or are worried about someone you know, it can be hard to know what to do to make the situation better. This website will give you the information about services and people that are there to help.
Our charity is dedicated to helping Sheffield's young people to reach their full potential and achieve the best out of life, whatever their starting point.
The Youth Clinic is for any person aged 19 and under. There is no lower age limit. These clinics offer free and confidential access to information and advice on any sexual health issue as well as a full range of contraception, testing & treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and support for pregnancy options (including counselling and making arrangements for abortion or continuing pregnancy).
For further information about our services you can go their website. To book an appointment please tel: 0114 226 8888
SAYiT works with young people and professionals to make real lives better. We provide practical support around LGBT+ life, sexual health, HIV and mental wellbeing, while our training helps organisations improve knowledge and address discrimination.
The Corner is a free and confidential drug and alcohol service for young people aged 10-18 in Sheffield. They offer advice and support to young people in the Sheffield area who are experiencing problems with drugs and alcohol.
Door 43 is an emotional wellbeing service within Sheffield Futures. We offer 13-25 year olds support on a range of issues in a young person-centred environment.
They offer a Drop-in Service most days, but please call first to check availability 0114 201 2800
IDAS provide the community based Sheffield Domestic abuse service. There is a range of services for all victims (women and men) of domestic abuse and sexual violence, who are aged 16 years and over.
Call the SHEFFIELD helpline on 0808 808 2241 FREE (Monday – Friday 8:00am – 8:00pm, Saturday – 9:00am – 5:00pm, not open bank holidays) or see the Get Help section.
Outside of these hours call the National Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247 available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
In an emergency call 999.
For out of hours housing support call 0800 7311 689. For children and families services call 0114 273 4855
You can find a list of local services available here
Maples Cancer Care is a local Rotherham charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for people living with cancer in Rotherham and the surrounding areas. We believe no one should face cancer alone, so we provide emotional support through one to one assessment, counselling and complementary therapies to the patient and to their carer.
You can self refer to the Centre, there is no need for a referral from your health care professional although they will very often provide you with our details and suggest you contact us by phone to make an appointment.
93 Badsley Moor Lane, Clifton, Rotherham, S65 2PS
T: 01709 375 729 M: 07939 483 779
Rotherham Gismo is your one stop shop for all your voluntary, community and faith sector needs in Rotherham.
You can find information about the diverse range of voluntary, community and faith groups and organisations in Rotherham. Whether you want to find out about groups because you:
are looking for some support
want to volunteer or,
join in a local community activity;
then Rotherham Gismo will help you find out WHO is doing WHAT and WHERE.
The centre offers free, confidential information and support to everyone.
We can help with:
Information on all aspects of living with Cancer
access to free, confidential welfare benefits and money advice
details of local counselling services and support groups
emotional and practical support if cancer is affecting your life
signposting to other sources of support
links to other voluntary and statutory agences
information and support over the phone for those not able to access the service in person.
Anyone can come along by appointment or drop in. Monday - Thursday from 10am to 4pm. Friday from 10am to 12pm.
We have produced an accessible digital version of the TYA leaflet in PDF format, which you can download here.