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Meeting More Young People – Can You Help?

At No5, we are experiencing an ongoing rise in the number of young people seeking help and support with their mental health. This rise in demand has put more pressure on our services, however we have continued to work hard to meet the needs of the young people in...
No5 are seeking a Project Co-ordinator

No5 are seeking a Project Co-ordinator

Join our Team No5 are seeking a Projects Co-Ordinator to work for our Operations and Relationships Manager. You will be responsible for administering and coordinating our online and face to face projects and training programmes, and the administrative aspects of our...
No5 Young People Celebrates Fifty Years and Seeks Your Stories

No5 Young People Celebrates Fifty Years and Seeks Your Stories

No5 opened its doors to children and young people on the 18th January 1971 at 5 Sackville Street in Reading. There have been many changes over the years to their mental health services, training and counselling, but local young people’s voices remain at the...
We’re committed to paying a wage for real living

We’re committed to paying a wage for real living

No5 Young People are delighted to be accredited as a Living Wage Employer which means they are committed to pay the real Living Wage and deliver a fair day’s pay for a hard day’s work.  Alyson Brickley, Director at No 5 said: “No5 Young People value our staff and...

No5 summer closure

Our office is closed for our annual summer closure from Tuesday 20th August, and we will re-open as usual on Tuesday 27th August.   If you need help urgently, you can: Call 999 if you are in an emergency and there is a risk to life (your own or another...