Youth West Partners
YMCA Norfolk delivers open access youth clubs at the Discovery Centre, King’s Lynn and at The Pavillion, Terrington St. Clements as well as Pop-Up Youth clubs throughout the summer holidays at rural locations. YMCA Norfolk delivers Safeguarding and Professional Boundaries courses to our workers and volunteers. The Mind Matters team deliver mental health awareness sessions to all our young people in the youth clubs and the Mental Health First Aid Course to all youth-west workers and volunteers. YMCA Norfolk is a local youth charity that supports homeless young people and provides positive activities, mental health training, families work and youth provision. www.ymcanorfolk.org
The Benjamin Foundation delivers Open Access Youth Clubs in the Community Centre, Hunstanton and at Ripper Memorial Hall Docking. A local charity with its roots in youth work also providing services around homelessness, family work, childcare, behaviour and wellbeing. https://benjaminfoundation.co.uk
The Swan Project delivers Open Access Youth Clubs at the Swan Centre, Downham Market and at Wereham Village Hall. This open access facility for young people has programmes addressing behaviour and wellbeing, also providing sports and employability skills. www.theswanproject.org
The Garage Norwich – Delivers dance and music sessions to all our Youth Clubs. The Garage is a hub for performing arts providing high quality arts programming, participation, education and training for all ages with a focus on young people.
Delivering sessions within the youth club setting. West Norfolk Mind works with adults and young people 16+ to address a range of wellbeing issues including depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions.
inspiring and developing young people in areas such as team-working, communication and presentation skills. www.nyt.org.uk
Delivering vocational taster sessions within the youth clubs. St. Eds is a charity specialising in training, employability and careers skills delivery to young people who are marginalised, excluded or struggling to achieve in education.