Youth AIMS (Advice, Information, Mediation, Support) offers guidance to young people and their families in areas such as housing, homelessness, money and debt management, relationships and employment.
This service operates from the Aldershot Foyer.
How can we help?
We offer a free, confidential drop-in service based at 36 Crimea Road, Aldershot, near the centre of town. We're here to provide support and advice for anyone aged 16-25. We are here to listen and provide support and guidance on a number of issues including:
- Accommodation and Housing
- Rent deposits
- Education & Training
- Justice and Equality
- Health Services
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Family and Relationships
- Form filling and correspondence
- Debts & money management
- Domestic Violence
- Health & Well-being
How does it work?
Drop in: Monday to Friday from 10am - 3:30pm
Call 01252 346105 to make an appointment.
You will be able to discuss anything for which you feel you need support, such as relationships, families, drug or alcohol use, sexuality, stress, school, bullying, or other anxieties. The team are non-judgemental, non-critical and fully supportive in trying to meet your needs and aspirations.
You may be referred to another Step by Step service or other organisation or group for support or advice, depending on what is best for you. This is because we want you to be able to get the best support we can find for you and it will only ever be done with your agreement.
We accept self-referrals and also referrals from:
- Family and friends
- General Practitioners (GPs) and other health practitioners
- Schools, colleges or other education & training providers
- Youth Offending Teams (YOTs)
- Hampshire Children's Services
- Any statutory or voluntary organisation
Getting to the Aldershot Foyer
The Foyer is only a few minutes away from Aldershot Bus and Rail stations. If you are coming by car, you can park at the rail station car park.
Leave the rail/bus station by crossing the roundabout outside. Walk past the Job Centre on your left into Arthur Street.
At the end of the road, turn right into Victoria Road, then take the first left (by the Caravan Council) into Crimea Road. Youth AIMS is in the large building at the end of the street.
Youth AIMS is supported by Rushmoor Borough Council and Hart District Council.