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What is a Drop-in Session?

Drop-in sessions are delivered in high schools and in the community, by a qualified nurse, with specialist experience of working with children and young people.

Drop-in sessions offer confidential advice and support for young people aged between 11-19, in relation to anything that might be worrying them regarding any aspect of their physical and emotional health. 

How do I access a Drop-in Session?

If you attend high school you may see a poster promoting your drop-in; alternatively speak to a member of school staff who will be able to advise you when drop-in sessions take place.
Drop-in posters are available to download on this page.


Our team provides a confidential service. This means that you can discuss personal information in confidence. We will not discuss your personal information with anyone else without your permission. This includes parents and teachers. We would only pass on your information in order to protect you or someone else from serious harm. Wherever possible we would discuss this with you first. If you would like to know more about this please read our 'Information We Hold' leaflet.

If you need urgent help please contact the emergency services 999 or speak to your GP. You can also call 111 for advice.


Useful resources:

Service Leaflet for Young People - pdf


Useful links:


Thoughts and Feelings

Growing Up

Keeping Healthy

Drop-in Timetables

Please use the links below to download a copy of your college's drop-in poster (pdf).

Cheshire College - Ellesmere Port

Cheshire College - Handbridge