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Our projects for young people are now running throughout Hertfordshire. Join one in your area now!
Want somewhere safe to meet with your friends on Wednesday evenings? Want to make new friends? If you’re aged 11-14, come along to the Services for Young People Royston Wednesday Project where you can get involved in engaging activities and develop new interests with a focus on developing confidence and self-esteem.
- Disabled Access
Services for Young People Stevenage and North Herts Empathy Project at the Lister Hospital, StevenageView on map...
The Services for Young People Empathy Project is a volunteering opportunity for young people in Hertfordshire. Nobody knows quite how a young person feels when they have to go to hospital in an emergency better than another young person. The Empathy Project enables young people aged 16 to 18 to volunteer as community navigators, administer social prescriptions and give emotional support to other young people attending A&E.
- Disabled Access
The Services for Young People Westmill Project takes place at the Westmill Community Centre in Hitchin. Come along and take part in fun activities! The Westmill Project is for 11-14 year-olds and takes place on Friday evenings.
- North Herts and Stevenage area
The Services for Young People North Herts and Stevenage Reach Out Project provides individual support to young people in the North Herts and Stevenage area, to help them make and maintain healthy relationships.
If you live in Letchworth and are aged 13-17, the Services for Young People North Herts Youth Work Team bring activities, support and advice to you every Monday from 3pm to 5pm. Meet at Howard Park and Gardens, Norton Way South, Letchworth.