Muslim Youth Helpline is a national award winning charity that provides free and confidential faith and culturally sensitive support services targeted at vulnerable young people in the UK. Their core service is a free and confidential Helpline, available nationally via the telephone, email, live chat text and letters. The service uses male and female volunteers trained in basic counselling skills to respond to client enquiries on any issue. MYH also runs an annual Prison Campaign that sends Eid cards and messages of support to Muslims in prison during Ramadan.
They encourage them to contact the Helpline for support via the phone and letter writing.
MYH's helpline is a free and confidential service offering support to vulnerable youth in need. Common issues range from relationships, mental health concerns, sexual abuse and religious issues. MYH prides itself on its non-judgemental ethos. In line with their non-judgemental ethos they treat all enquiries seriously and do not turn away any person in need. MYH also oversees MuslimYouth.net, Britain’s first guidance and support channel for Muslim youth, which gives young Muslims a platform from which they can express their views and concerns as well as develop peer support networks.
MYH does not propagate any religious or political beliefs and seeks only to provide relief to and improve the social condition of vulnerable young people in the UK.
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Helpline: 0808 808 2008 (call)
Monday to Sunday: 4pm to 10pm
Who is it for:
Young Muslims across the UK
Free, though some mobile providers may charge you for calling the helpline
How to apply:
You can call, email, internet chat or write a letter to get support