Buzz Us - New Service Launched

Compass BUZZ has launched a new innovative text messaging service called BUZZ US for young people aged 11-18.  Young people across North Yorkshire are now able to text 07520631168 regarding any Mental Health and Wellbeing issues and receive advice, support and signposting from one of our Wellbeing Workers.
   
Compass BUZZ is committed to ensuring the safety of young people and has consulted with other text messaging services, Local Safeguarding and Police to make sure that young people will receive the correct advice and support when they need it. 

The service is open Monday – Thursday 0900-1700 and Friday 0900-1630 (excluding Bank Holidays).

Please contact 01609 777662 or Freephone 0800 008 7452 if you would like any further information.

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