Who are we?
Cool Down Café is a new open access space for young people to help explore their mental health and wellbeing. We have peer mentors who are motivated to break down the stigma of mental health and barriers to support.
We are running the session online for now because of the Corona virus restrictions.
Please spread the word to any young people aged 11-18 that might benefits from the Cafe and sessions. Support for young people at Cool Down Cafe session is provided by:
- Peer Mentors from Hackney CVS
- Youth workers from Pembury and
- Psychologists from Young Hackney
What we do...
Cool Down Café is a great space (digital for now) for young people to:
- come along and chat
- get direct access to psychologists
- find out more about opportunities for ongoing support in Hackney
Young people can register themselves this through this link or if parents or others have permission from the young person they can help register them as well.
More information on our instagram@COOLDOWNCAFE2020
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