The Station

Welcome back to The Station!

The Station is Bristol's Central Youth Hub. We are open to all young people and offer a place to relax, get advice and support, and explore your interests and talents.

The Station is a supportive and creative environment where you can express yourself freely. And for any problem, no matter how big or small, we're here to help.

Some of the top youth organisations in the South West are here under the same roof, giving you a wide choice of services and things to do. 

The Station is open Mon-Fri from 9am - 9pm and Sat from 9am-5pm.

Want to talk to someone before coming to The Station? Give us a ring or drop us a line:

Telephone: 0117 947 7948
Email: [email protected]

The Station is operating in accordance with government guidance to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Are you 11-19 years old and need help with your mental health? Our wellbeing practitioners are here to help. 

What can we help with? 

We can help with mild to moderate mental health issues, in a flexible way, for 6-12 sessions. Even if we can't help you, we will suggest alternatives and help you find the right support for you. This list is not exhaustive, so do get in touch even if you're experiencing something different.

We can work with: We can sometimes work with:
Low mood/depression Emotional regulation problems
Social anxiety Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Low self-esteem Self-harm
General anxiety Health anxiety
Panic disorder (panic attacks) Difficult behaviours
Phobias (most but not all)
Sleep problems  

What does a session look like? 


We're flexible to your needs and we'll adapt depending on where you want to meet. It can be at your home, at school, at one of our youth centres, or even a coffee shop that's close to you. Appointments over the phone or the internet are fine too!


We are also flexible on time, we can decide together when it's best for you. Generally, we'll see you for 30 min - 1 hour each week for 6-12 weeks.


If you’re under 19 years old, we can work with you. We can work with you independently, and welcome self-referrals, and can also work alongside parents or guardians too if it helps.


The sessions involve some chatting and some weekly questionnaires and worksheets which help improve the success of the sessions. You will be expected to work collaboratively with your Wellbeing Practitioner and try your best to engage in set tasks between sessions too to help you reach your goals.

Get in touch

If you think a Wellbeing Practitioner might be able to help you, or if you’re working with a young person who needs help, you can get in touch by filling in this form

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