Intensive Support Mentoring Temporarily Unavailable

Due to overwhelming demand, we are currently unable to accept new applications for our intensive support mentoring program for young people. However, our Door Line and Web Chat services remain available Monday to Friday from 5-7 pm (details below).
For alternative mentoring options in Gloucestershire, please explore the Gloucestershire Mentoring Programme or consult with your GP.

Rest assured, all our youth clubs and parent support services continue to operate as usual.

If you have any questions, please contact us on 01453 756745 or through our contact form.

We appreciate your understanding and patience during this period of high demand.

Contact The Door – Call: 01453 756745  (Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5pm)
You can also email the team through our contact page.

We are the leading youth charity across the Stroud district with over 30 years of experience supporting young people and their families when times get tough. So if you need some support or just want a chat, get in touch with our friendly team.

THE DOOR LINE 01453 705350 For Young People aged 11-25 5pm-7pm / Monday – Friday
If you need someone to talk to and offload about your day, or if you need someone to listen to you and help work things out. Give our friendly team a call.

"Where Every Young Person's Future Is Determined By Their Potential Not Their Past"

The Door's mission is to bring hope into the lives of young people and their families, through unlocking potential and opening opportunity so their past does not define their future.

Motivated by the Christian values of hope, forgiveness and prayer The Door delivers its services at the heart of local communities, seeking to engage stakeholders from the bottom up. We have in-depth knowledge of the local area and its people, we tackle the root causes leading to enduring results and are prepared to deal with complex issues that other agencies shy away from.

The Door travels with people for the long term – walking alongside them, carrying the burden and never giving up.

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The Door, Proud to be part of the Gloucestershire Mentoring Programme

The Door was delighted to be awarded the coveted National Youth Agency Quality Mark at the Advanced level in December 2022

The Door is proud to be part of the Gloucestershire Mentoring Programme. This project is focused on supporting young people who are at risk of being involved in crime or have been exposed to Adverse Childhood Experiences.

The Door is proud to be registered with the Fundraising Register