The YES project
The YES project is supported by the States of Jersey and helps young people find up-to-date and accurate information and advice that they can use to make informed choices on a range of issues.
It provides counselling and information to anyone aged 14 to 25 and its services are free, confidential and independent.
The YES project is based at St James Centre in St Helier. It deals with enquiries about:
- Income Support claims
- legal issues
- sexual health (including the Condom Distribution Scheme and free Chlamydia tests)
- drugs and alcohol
If you have a question or just want to talk, YES is there to support you.
Counselling appointments are available during the following times:
- Monday, 12pm to 6pm
- Wednesday, 3pm to 6pm
- Friday, 12pm to 6pm
Appointments can also be made outside these hours.
For more information, visit the YES project website.
YES project website
If you need advice and guidance on the dangers of legal highs, you can visit the highs.exposed website.