Support available for Young People
There is a wide range of support available for young people. For information on support available for children and families click here.
Information on this page includes:
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- YC Hertfordshire
- BBC Bitesize
- Three Rivers District Council
- Young minds
- Herts Mind Network
- BBC OWNIT
- Prince's Trust
- Mental Health Services for Children and Young People
- Hertfordshire Opportunities Portal
YC Hertfordshire are offering online youth work projects for young people in the Three Rivers District during the Corona Virus
If you are interested in any of these projects you can call on 01442 454060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BBC Bitesize have started uploading daily lessons for home schooling in Maths and English for primary, secondary as well as aged 16+, together with regular lessons in Science, History, Geography and more. These lessons feature a mix of videos, animations, practice activities, quizzes and games, which look at making schoolwork from home more approachable and interactive.
Three Rivers District Council Leisure Website is regularly being updated with activities available in order to keep those of all ages and abilities active and fit, whilst activities remain on hold.
Young minds offer examples of how to look after your mental health as we progress through the pandemic, with the website allowing you to hear from other young people and how they have gone about doing this.
They also offer a point of contact for those young people in need of urgent help, offering a Young Minds Crisis Messenger texting service for free 24/7 support across the UK if you are experiencing a mental health crisis- If you need urgent help text YM to 85258
Herts Mind Network is offering youth mentoring for young people during this time. For more information visit their website.
They offer online wellbeing courses, as well as the following services:
- Young People’s skype hangout every Thursday 11pm-1pm for ages 15-22
- Helpline for 10-17 year olds (01923 256391)
- Mon, Wed & Fri 1pm- 4.30pm, Tues & Thurs 5pm-7:30pm, Sat 10am-1pm
BBC OWNIT offer advice on how to deal with a new situation, with the new restrictions in place and how to tackle anxieties that may accompany this.
ChildLine gives access to advice on how to cope during the pandemic, suggesting tools you can use to help keep you feel calm and relaxed during this time.
The website also offers help if you are not feeling safe at home. You can call them for free on 0800 1111 between 9am and midnight or chat to a counsellor on their 1-2-1 service, if you are ever feeling unsafe.
The Prince's Trust have set up a Coronavirus support hub, where they’ve pulled together the best advice and guidance to help you develop your confidence and skills, as you explore your next steps for finding a job or becoming self-employed.
As well as cash awards and relief funds available to young people who need support with their business or getting into education, training or employment.
More information can be found here https://www.princes-trust.org.uk/about-the-trust/coronavirus-response/resource-centre, along with guidance about cash awards and relief funds available to young people, who need support with their business or getting into education, training or employment.
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Careers education should continue throughout lockdown. HOP have launched a series of webinars featuring interviews with local employers ensuring students can gain meaningful encounters.