Open to young women aged 13-25. The counsellor works from a Black perspective and has a good understanding and knowledge of some of the cultural, racial and religious issues that young Black women may experience. Young women can see the counsellor at the city centre base in Manchester or in the community.
Young Black and Asian Women's Counselling Service
Who to contact
Where to go
- Name of Venue
- The Space
- Venue Address
Great Ancoats Street
- M4 5AG
When is it on?
- Days & Times
- We're open Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 7pm
Who is it for?
- From 13 years to 25 years
- Supporting People With
- Mental health conditions
How to use this service
- Referral Required?
- Referral Details
42nd Street takes referrals from young people themselves and from parents, carers and professionals.
If you would like to refer someone to 42nd Street you can either:
- Call the helpline / referral line: 0161 228 1888 (Mon, Thur, Fri: 12.30 – 4.30)
- Complete a referral form and fax it back to us on: 0161 228 0528
- For more information visit: http://42ndstreet.org.uk/referrals/
Please do not email referrals (This ensures confidentiality)
We will only accept referrals where the young person has consented to the referral being made.
- Cost Information
Free and Confidential
How accessible is this service?
- Further Details
Our building is wheelchair accessible and a worker can meet you somewhere you feel safe in the community. We have a range of inclusion projects for LGBTQ young people, BME young people and disabled young people. We offer sessions during the daytime and in evenings.