Come to this exciting youth project based at Harebreaks Community Hub, run by YC Hertfordshire in partnership with Watford Community Housing Trust. The Friday Youth Project is a great place to meet friends on a Friday evening.
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Prism is a group for young people aged 13-19 (or up to 24 if you have additional needs) who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or questioning their sexuality. It was developed by members of Herts1125 Who not What, the strategic LGBT+ group in Herts and young people from the St Albans district. Joining the group will allow you to meet other young LGBTQ people. Together you will plan and work towards positive choices. You'll get to take part in a wide range of activities and discussions about different subjects that you're interested in.
- YC Hertfordshire is based at County Hall, Hertford
Want to be more confident and happier in your relationships? Worried about a relationship being or becoming sexual? Want to find out how and where you can get support? The YC Hertfordshire Healthy Relationships Programme can help you to make informed, safe choices and to have appropriate, healthy and safe relationships. It is specially designed to enable 13-19 year olds* to recognise and develop healthy relationships and keep themselves safe from sexual exploitation. There is a project in every area of Hertfordshire every term. You attend once a week for at least seven weeks.
The YC Hertfordshire Meridian Youth Project in Royston is open to all young people aged 13-19 (up to 24 for those with learning disabilities) on Friday evenings. As well as offering a variety of activities for you to get involved with, the Meridian Youth Centre has it's own fully equipped music studio and computer suite for you to use. Come to the Meridian Youth Centre to learn new skills and have fun trying out challenging experiences with YC Hertfordshire.
The British Red Cross Schools team (Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Essex) offers a range of educational activities and resources for young people. We aim to build resilience in young people so they make safe choices in their everyday lives and help alleviate the suffering of others. We explore local, national and global humanitarian issues, helping children and young people make sense of the world around them.