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Whatever your results, come and talk to an adviser at your local Access Point about your options.
Our projects for young people are now running throughout Hertfordshire. Join one in your area now!
- Welwyn Garden City
- Disabled Access
Want to be more confident and happier? Want to learn how to boost your self-esteem so you can feel more comfortable with yourself? Worried about a friendship or relationship going wrong, being or becoming controlling or abusive? Want to find out how and where you can get support? This Services for Young People Girls and Young Women's Project can help you to make informed, safe choices, feel more confident and to have appropriate, healthy and safe relationships.
- Hemel Hempstead
Services for Young People Bennetts End Project at Bennetts End Young People’s Centre, Hemel HempsteadView on map...
The Services for Young People Bennetts End Project at Bennetts End Young People’s Centre near Hemel Hempstead offers the support needed for young people to move forward in life, making better choices.
- Broxbourne, East Herts or Welwyn Hatfield
Services for Young People’s Reach Out Project provides individual support to young people vulnerable to sexual exploitation in the Broxbourne, East Herts and Welwyn Hatfield areas.
Want somewhere safe to meet with your friends on Wednesday evenings? Want to learn about music? If you’re aged 11-14, come along to the Services for Young People Royston Music Project. Get involved in workshops which will help develop your music skills, build confidence and make positive choices.
- Maple Cross
- Disabled Access
Services for Young People West Hyde and Maple Cross Friday Youth Project at West Hyde Young People’s Centre, Maple CrossView on map...
Are you aged between 11 and 14? Would you like to learn how to make positive choices and keep yourself safe? Would you like support with your emotional wellbeing or to make new friends? At the West Hyde and Maple Cross Friday Youth Project we promote positive life choices and help young people achieve their goals. Come to the West Hyde Young People’s Centre on Friday evenings and get involved!