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If you are facing any of these things we have dedicated youth workers who can help.
Our youth workers offer one-to-one support at our offices and in other places including local colleges. We have a flexible approach to introductions so we can arrange where best to meet you and if it would be helpful for someone to support you with your first meeting. We will work with you to help you understand what you need and support you to try and achieve goals that you have set for yourself.
We also run regular social activities. These are small groups which are relaxed and informal. The young people who come are involved in deciding what activities would suit them best and some previous examples are outdoor activities at Lodge Hill, music workshops and drop-in sessions for a chat at friendly venues.
The aim is always to keep it light-hearted and fun. There is no pressure to join in or to stay for the whole session.
We also have groups for dog walking and volunteering at animal hospitals. This is an opportunity for people to get together in a relaxed way, to get outside and try something new within their community.
During period of Covid 19 measures we are not offering any face to face support but offering phone, email, text and video call support individually and in groups. During this period the best way to make initial contact is by email. Someone who has time to talk can then phone back.
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