Local Support

Local Support and Self Help

See our information below for useful links to local support and self help resources

Mental Health Support

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Door 43


Are you a young person aged 13-25 feeling low or anxious? Are you lonely, having difficulties at school or work, or simply finding life hard lately? There are different ways we can help.

Our mental health and wellbeing service is called Door43. Our team is based at 43 Division Street, in Sheffield city centre.

We're made up of Wellbeing Practitioners, who have the skills and experience to help you with the challenges you’re facing. We’re a really friendly team, and we’re here for all young people in Sheffield.

We’re currently supporting young people online and by phone, to keep you and our team safe. We’re really looking forward to opening the doors to our wellbeing space once again, when it’s safe to do so. 

Smoking Support


Zest Community has launched a new campaign, focused around quit smoking support for young people. They are offering a free and confidential specialist four-week service, for those aged 18 and under in Sheffield. Free nicotine replacement products are available for four weeks alongside 1-1 support from a quit worker.

Young people can text QUITIT to 60075, or enquires can be made directly via their webpage or via email to smokefree@zestcommunity.co.uk

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Quit It Stop Smoking Support


Smokefree Sheffield

Smokefree Sheffield brings the city’s tobacco control board and local services together under one umbrella.

Here’s how we’re working together to end smoking in Sheffield:

  • Smokefree services for adults and young people
  • Supporting families to quit smoking in pregnancy
  • Smokefree sites and spaces across the city
  • Education in schools to stop the next generation starting smoking
  • Reducing the availability and supply of illegal tobacco
  • Educating and raising awareness of the wide-reaching impacts of smoking


A helpline advising on respiratory illnesses, focused on supporting parents/carers from Black, Asian and Minority communities.

Are you an adult asylum seeker or a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic child, young person, parent or carer?
Have you been affected by the pandemic, would you like support with looking after a child with respiratory infection or are you waiting on a decision about your asylum claim?

If so, we are here to provide you with high quality advice, information and emotional and therapeutic support.
Call us on 0800 151 2605

We are available to talk:
Monday – Friday 10am-8pm
Saturday 10am – 3pm

Send us a message
If you prefer to have an online chat with a specialist support advisor, you can do this via the live webchat on the website.