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Community and mental health services for Southampton, Portsmouth and parts of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.


Solent NHS Trust is proud to work in partnership with Southampton Football Club and the Saints Foundation, supporting our local communities.  

The children and young people of Southampton are our future and we know that they and their families need our support and services more than ever. Working together with our community partners, including Southampton Football Club, we deliver support right to the heart of our community.

Yellow Door

Yellow Door is based in Southampton and offers a wide range of specialist therapeutic, support and prevention services to anyone at risk from, or affected by, domestic abuse, sexual violence/abuse or other forms of interpersonal harm. 

Josh was 14 when he and his mother Sarah were referred to Yellow Door, following their experience of domestic abuse. Both Sarah and Josh had experienced psychological and physical abuse from Sarah’s partner for many years, although were no longer in contact with him.

Josh had been struggling with his emotions and was also becoming both physically and verbally abusive in the family setting. Sarah was struggling emotionally.

Josh and Sarah went to Yellow Door for 10 sessions and benefited from having both a male and female therapist working with them. They spent time expressing difficult thoughts and were able to hear each other’s perspective. They were helped to make changes and Josh has not shown any physical behaviour towards Sarah since starting therapy, with them in a much better place now.


No Limits

No Limits is a charity, providing information, practical advice and emotional support to any young person under 26 years.  Specialist services help with housing and homelessness, benefits claims, mental health issues, problematic substance use and much more.  They also run Young Carers Groups. Their Southampton High Street open Monday to Saturday, where you can speak to a youth worker without appointment.


Jaye is only 17. She had fallen out with her mum and moved in with friends. Worried about where she will sleep in the future, Jaye struggled to go to college, anxious about the work she’d be missing, resulting in having panic attacks and feeling low. A friend suggested that she went along to the No Limits’ Advice Centre on Southampton High Street. She was seen straightaway by a youth worker who listened to her, spoke with her college, who put support in place for her to help her catch up with her work and offered support from a specially trained No Limits youth worker. Talking about her experience, Jaye said “Coming to No Limits has really taken a weight off me, they have helped with all my issues at once. The youth workers are really good at listening and helping – and they really don’t judge you. I’ve made up with my mum and am doing better at college – thank you No Limits.”


Re:Minds is a Southampton based charity run by and for families who children have mental health issues, or are neurologically diverse, with conditions such as Autism or ADHD.


Imagine a world where families whose children are neuro diverse or have mental health issues, a safe space to be seen, heard and supported, with advice and guidance easily at hand.  A world that accepts us, removes anxiety, recognises our needs, validates our contributions and equips our children to thrive. At Re:Minds this is our vision and we move a little bit closer to it every day.

Debbie, a parent who contact Re:Minds for support, said “When you become a special needs parent it is lonely, scary and isolating.  You feel like you don't matter.  Re:Minds make me feel heard, they make me feel like I matter.  When I am struggling, they are my first port of call for support.  They offer groups, talks, courses, workshops, advice clinics with professionals and so much support online and face-to-face. There is no judgement, just understanding.  They are my lifeline.'


Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

Please visit our services page for specific services and contact details. Alternatively, contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service by emailing or calling the number below. You can also give us feedback, make a complaint or share a compliment.

0800 013 2319

*Lines are open Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm.

The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act was passed on 30 November 2000. It gives a general right of access to all types of recorded information held by public authorities, with full access granted in January 2005.

The Act sets out exemptions to that right and places certain obligations on public authorities.


Phone: 0300 123 3919

*Subject to any exemptions which apply, we are obliged to provide the information requested please note that requests for Personal Information is not covered under this Act and should be applied for through the Data Protection Act 1998.

Our administrative and managerial centre is based in Southampton.

While our services can be found around various NHS locations in Southampton and Portsmouth (and surrounding districts), our administrative and managerial centre is based in Southampton at:

Highpoint Venue
Bursledon Road
SO19 8BR

If you require a printable version of how to find us including bus times, car access and bike info please download our leaflet. (Copyright of Highpoint Venue).

Central office phone: 0300 123 3390

*Lines open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.

If you are a journalist with a media enquiry, please contact the Communications Team at:

0300 123 4156 or 02381 031076

The Communications Office is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.