Supporting young people with mental health and wellbeing

Who we help

Young people between the ages of 10 and 25 years old.



Who we are

An Advice & Counselling Service providing a high quality client centred service by fully qualified & experienced staff.



The difference we make

"What? Centre have helped me so I can go off on my own with great self-esteem into the world..."



Our impact


Of young people accessing our counselling service show improvements in their mental health.


Counselling session delivered over 12 months at The What? Centre, Stourbridge. 


Individual attendances at our LGBTQ group 2018/19.

Fundraising appeal

The Guardian newspaper identifies that self-harm risks being normalised and leading to suicide. The What? Centre is appealing for help with funding for the large amounts of young people between the ages of 18 and 25 who are self-harming or at risk of suicide. These young people are mainly referred via GP's, hospitals, or mental health services. "Our service helps to save lives, how could we not help them?"



Location: 23 Coventry Street,,, Stourbridge

Target amount: £30,000.00

Amount raised: £0.00

Latest news

  • Half-term activities

    Free half-term activities for all young people aged 13 to 18 years old, specially for those who identity as LGBTQ+ and/or are part of the Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. Call 01384 885488 to book or just drop-in. Read more

  • What's on

    Click here for dates and details on all the different things we have happening at the two branches! Ring us at 01384 379992 or email [email protected] to sign up for any of the events! Workshops can be signed up via our Group Work tab online. Read more

  • Bereavement Hubs

    We run drop-in support for young people (aged 10 to 18) as well as LGBTQ bereavement support. Have a space to talk in confidence, engage in activities that help you work through your grief. No waiting times, no appointment needed, just drop-in. Read more