- Letchworth Garden City
Youth councils are groups of young people aged 11–17, who come together to represent young people in their local area. Nobody knows about the issues affecting young people better than young people themselves, so come along and have your say. The North Herts Youth Council is supported by Services for Young People and will enable you to have your say about issues or things affecting you, either on a small scale in your area or at a national level. This is your chance to get involved!
- Hemel Hempstead
- Disabled Access
Are you pregnant or a new parent? Are you aged 14-21? Do you live in the Dacorum or St Albans district? If so this Young Parents Project at Hemel Hempstead Young People’s Centre is for you! It is completely free and will help you manage the challenges of being a parent, support you with developing valuable skills and qualities for planning your future, and also being the best possible parent you can be.
Are you aged 13-16? Do you want somewhere safe to meet with your friends on Friday nights, or want to make new friends? Come along to the Services for Young People Letchworth Friday Night Project where you will have the opportunity to get involved in engaging activities and develop new interests. You'll also be able to get more involved in your local community, having your say on local issues that matter to you and other young people.
If you live in Royston and are aged 11-14, the Services for Young People North Herts Team bring activities, support and advice to you every Wednesday from 3pm to 5pm. Meet at Coombes Community Centre.
- North Herts and Stevenage area
The Services for Young People North Herts and Stevenage Positive Pathways Project supports young people in to find positive alternatives to crime and anti-social behaviour and promotes positive life choices.