Are you aged between 12 to 25 looking to get one-to-one support with your mental health? Your local Jigsaw service can help.
You can start the process by calling or emailing your local Jigsaw service yourself. Your parent or guardian, or your teacher, doctor, or youth worker can also take that first step and contact the service for you with your permission.
If you are under 18, Jigsaw requires that an adult consent for you to attend. That means we’ll need to check with your parent or guardian and let them know that you would like to attend Jigsaw. It does not mean that we have to tell them why you want to come to Jigsaw, we will discuss what we can keep confidential with you when you come in.
Check out the contact details for each Jigsaw service.
Once you get in touch, a member of staff will ask you for some basic details. If you both decide that Jigsaw is the right service for you, they will an organise an appointment for you to meet with a Jigsaw Clinician. If your situation is a bit more complicated, they might arrange for a Jigsaw Clinician to call you back to discuss things in a bit more detail before deciding on the next steps.