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Youth Concern (Aylesbury)

Charity description

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Youth Concern is a registered charity established in 1979 which offers help and support to vulnerable and disadvantaged young people aged 13-25 years many of whom have complex needs.

Our drop-in centre in Whitehill Lane, Aylesbury, offers young people a safe place to meet and access support, guidance and counselling.

We have excellent on-site client facilities including an IT suite and an in-house Music Studio.

The drop-in centre is staffed by a dedicated team of experienced workers and volunteers who support young people on a 1:1 basis.

We also run a Nightstop project which offers emergency host accomodation to young people aged 16-25 facing a homelessness crisis. However, this doesn't always solve the follow-on accommodation problem and in about 50% of cases, these young people remain homeless.

So, we are setting up a flagship youth supported accommodation and employment pathways project called 'The Next Step'. This 10-bed project will provide up to 20 young people with a safe home for up to a year. Bespoke one-to-one support packages will be provided focussing on health, skills, employment and resettlement, to enable a smooth transition to independent living. 

Charity No: 277935

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Website
http://www.youthconcern.org.uk
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