YC Hertfordshire youth work projects in the Stevenage district
For information about YC Hertfordshire in the Stevenage district, please:
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- or call 01438 843340
Please click the plus buttons below to see full details of each Stevenage Team project.
GROW Emotional Wellbeing Project
If you feel you'd like some support with your emotional wellbeing, confidence and self-esteem or are struggling with anxiety or low mood then the YC Hertfordshire GROW project at the Bowes Lyon Young People’s Centre in Stevenage on Tuesday evenings could be for you.
Hampson Park Project
Get involved and have your say! The YC Hertfordshire Hampson Park Project is for young people 14-17 from the Pin Green area of Stevenage.
Identity LGBTQ Project
Identity is an LGBTQ group run by YC Hertfordshire for young people in the Stevenage area. It's open to anyone who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or questioning their sexuality.
Megamix Project for Young People with Learning Disabilities
The YC Hertfordshire Megamix Youth Project is for Young People with Learning Disabilities at the Bowes Lyon Young People's Centre, Stevenage
Oval Project at the Oval Community Centre
YC Hertfordshire's aim is to get young people more involved in their community and offer them the support they need. Join us every Thursday evening in the main hall of the Oval Community Centre and have your voice heard.
Positive Alternatives Project
Positive Alternatives (+Alt) is a YC Hertfordshire programme for young people who may be at risk of becoming involved in gangs and violent crime. Come to this project at the Bowes Lyon Young People's Centre in Stevenage and learn how to keep yourself safe and make positive choices for your future.
Positive Alternatives Summer Projects
The Positive Alternatives (+Alt) Summer Projects are YC Hertfordshire projects for young people who may be at risk of becoming involved in gangs and violent crime. The projects run every day for two weeks during the school summer holidays at the Bowes Lyon Young People's Centre in Stevenage. Activities including music-making and sports take place each day. Come and learn how to keep yourself safe and make positive choices for your future.
Project for Young Parents and Parents To Be
Do you have a baby or are you pregnant? Are you up to 21 years old? Why not join the YC Hertfordshire project for young parents? It's for young parents and parents-to-be in the North Herts and Stevenage area. It's completely free and will help you manage the challenge of being a parent and develop important skills and qualities for your future.
Stevenage Transgender Project
This YC Hertfordshire transgender youth group is open to all young people in the Stevenage area who identify as transgender, non-binary, gender fluid and/or questioning their gender.
Stevenage Young Men's Project
The YC Hertfordshire Stevenage Young Men's Project provides a safe, social space for young men aged 11-14 to get together, share experiences and have fun. Come to the Bowes Lyon Young People’s Centre in Stevenage on Monday evenings.
Stevenage Young Women’s Project
The YC Hertfordshire Stevenage Young Women’s Project provides a safe, social space for girls aged 13-16 to get together, share experiences and have fun.
Stevenage Youth Council
The Stevenage Youth Council is a voice for young people in the Stevenage area. Join us and have your say!
'Supporting You' Emotional Wellbeing and Resilience Project
If you live in the Stevenage area and would like some support with your emotional wellbeing or are struggling with anxiety or low-mood, the YC Hertfordshire 'Supporting You' Project could be for you.
The Empathy Project, Lister Hospital
The YC Hertfordshire Empathy Project is a volunteering opportunity for young people in Hertfordshire. Nobody knows quite how a young person feels when they have to go to hospital in an emergency better than another young person. The Empathy Project enables young people aged 16 to 21 to volunteer as community navigators, administer social prescriptions and give emotional support to other young people attending A&E.
Young People in Care Project