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Website which is a major provider of services for young people with epilepsy.
Part of the Pleasance Theatre offering young people opportunities to learn, share skills and perform.
Westminster Kingsway College is a large college in central London, with Centres in Camden and Westminster. The College offers a wide range of further, adult and higher education courses, which are available for people of all ages from fourteen years upwards.
The Work Related Assertiveness Project (WRAP) is delivered by the mental health charity Jobs in Mind. WRAP provides employment support for young people aged 16-25 not in work and experiencing stress, anxiety and depression. Young people gain access to one-to-one support into training, volunteering and…
Young Actors Theatre, Islington offers drama classes and productions for ages 18 months to adult. Classes run after school, evenings and weekends all year and there are summer schools and half-term workshops. Pre-school classes run on Monday morning.
There is plenty of support available for parents under 25, including regular drop-in sessions and specific support services at a number of locations in the borough. If you want to share experiences and ideas with other young parents, or get helpful information about topics such as…
We provide one-to-one care for pregnant young women wishing to have their babies at Whittington Hospital. We offer a 24- hour telephone advice line and run regular antenatal classes and postnatal drop-in's.
The Sanctuary will provide accomodation, training and activities that will help the victims of Bullying and Abuse improve their emotional wellbeing, build their self confidience and increase their self esteem, equipping them with the skills to become successful in life.
Young people's theatre company. Brings together a team of directors, young performers, technicians, designers, writers, musicians, composers and choreographers with an innovative approach to theatre.
Younger Minds and Families North London is a project developed to support young people aged 16 to 25 and their families. The project supports young people successfully transition from teenagers to self-sufficient adults by helping them overcome barriers of social deprivation - barriers that include…
YoungMinds provides an information service for parents and cares with concerns about the mental health of a child or young person. Training and consultancy are provided to frontline staff such as teachers, social workers and youth workers. A wide range of publications for young people,…
Youth Club is our core programme, augmented by various fixed-term projects. It is a physical, social and cultural space for young people to feel safe and have a sense of belonging. Children and young people are encouraged to explore new opportunities, whilst being supported to…