- Bishops Stortford
The YC Hertfordshire LGBTQ youth project in East Herts is for young people who are LGBT or questioning their sexuality or gender. Joining the group will allow you to meet other LGBTQ young people in a safe space. You'll find the meetings informative and fun and the staff supportive to all who attend. The group meets every Wednesday evening in Bishops Stortford. YC Hertfordshire is the new name for Youth Connexions.
- Bishop's Stortford
This youth group is open to all young people who live, work, or are educated in Hertfordshire and who identify as transgender, non-binary, gender fluid and/or questioning their gender. It is run by YC Hertfordshire in partnership with Gendered Intelligence and we aim to provide a safe space for a social and supportive group. The East Herts group meets on the last Wednesday of every month. YC Hertfordshire is the new name for Youth Connexions.
- Disabled Access
Hertfordshire County Council ensures that children and young people have a say in the services they receive. Since 2016 the voice of young people has been at the very heart of these services. We're looking for young people to join this brilliant programme - could it be you? Open to young people in Hertfordshire aged 13-19, up to 21 for care leavers and 24 for those with additional needs.
- County-wide service
Herts SARC (Sexual Assault Referral Centre) helps men, women and young people living in Hertfordshire who have experienced rape or sexual assault, whether this has happened recently or in the last 12 months. Herts SARC has a team of experts with a wealth of knowledge and experience in advising and supporting you. This team includes specially trained Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs), who will care for you if you have been assaulted, liaising, where appropriate with police and other agencies.
Herts Inclusive Theatre is an award-winning charity working with disabled and non-disabled children, young people and adults. We offer weekly after-school workshops, holiday and weekend activities, day groups for adults and bespoke work for schools and local authorities. Our aim is to use drama, movement, music and theatre techniques to help build people's confidence, communication skills and to encourage and build social inclusion.