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Adopted teenagers

Advice and support for adopted teenagers

Adoption Lancashire and Blackpool is committed to supporting children and teenagers who are adopted.  If you have any questions or want to speak to us please contact us on 0300 123 6728.

We are also in the process of setting up a youth group which will be aimed at offering our teens a safe space to connect and talk to other young people who are adopted, have some fun and support each other.

Please find below some links to some other, general information that you might find useful:

Kooth - an online mental healthcare service which aims to provide mental health service to individuals under the age of 21

YoungMinds - a mental health charity for children and young people. 

Family Lives - offers advice on many forms of bullying, including cyber-bullying and gives you practical advice on how to deal with it.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection - keeping yourself safe online including useful tips, games and quizzes.

Health for teens - information and advice around health including feelings, growing up, lifestyle, sexual health and relationships. 

Prince's Trust - the Prince’s Trust run a 12-week programme for young people (aged 16-25) who are not in education, employment, or training (NEET) supporting with gaining confidence and enhancing your ability to set and achieve your life goals

Lancashire LGBT - supports people to be healthier, happier and better connected.

UR potential - young people are welcome to join fantastic support groups where you can be involved in a range of social, political and educational activities or you can just come for a chat and make new friends. Blackpool and Fylde area.