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Our specialist Youth Services run traditional youth clubs and outreach and are increasingly providing custom made anxiety and anger management training for schools and agencies as well as providing support to the LGBTQ community.

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What We Do

*New* LOVE DIVERSITY Project launched across

East Hampshire and Winchester – Read the press release

HEATHERLANDS (Headley Down)
A detached youth project which supports multiple areas including NEET, SRE, drugs, alcohol etc. It supports vulnerable young people, encourages community cohesion and understands local issues to work in partnership to achieve positive solutions.  Runs on Wednesdays between 3:30pm and 6:00pm.
Becka Jarvis becka.jarvis@cfheh.org.uk 07508 702874
Liam Moloney liam.moloney@cfheh.org.uk 07467 941006

 

FILLING THE GAPS: ANGER & ANXIETY MANAGEMENT or SOLUTION FOCUSED MENTORING COURSES
6-8 sessions per course dealing with all aspects of anger and anxiety or multiple issues in years 6-13. Referral via youth worker Becka.  These courses run across East Hampshire.  We also run these courses as part of the Supported Families Programme in Winchester and Havant via referral.
Becka Jarvis becka.jarvis@cfheh.org.uk 07508 702874

 

page-youth-lgbtqcloudLGBTQ PROJECT
We work with young people, local schools and anyone else interested in setting up and developing a support group for young people aged 13-19 across East Hampshire and Winchester Districts who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Transgender or those who are unsure of their gender or sexual identity.

We also offer support and advice to young people who want to understand and support friends and family members who identify as LGBT or are unsure of their gender or sexual identity.

LGBTQ offers confidential one to one support and groups support sessions that meet in safe and supporting environments.
Becka Jarvis becka.jarvis@cfheh.org.uk 07508 702874
Liam Moloney liam.moloney@cfheh.org.uk 07467 941006

 

BORDON YOUTH CLUB / BORDON OUTREACH
Monday night sessions at Bordon Youth Club, 6.30pm-8.30pm for Bordon young people in years 10-11 and Tuesday night sessions at Bordon Youth Club, 6.30pm-8.30pm for Bordon young people in years 7-9. Activities such as pool, table tennis, football and volleyball, cooking, crafts, games or just chilling out with friends in a safe and welcoming space.

Bordon Outreach is Tuesday afternoons generally 3.30pm to 5.30pm … find us out and about or ring to see where we are.
Becka Jarvis becka.jarvis@cfheh.org.uk 07508 702874
Liam Moloney liam.moloney@cfheh.org.uk 07467 941006

 

SEXUAL HEALTH SERVICES
GET IT ON condom distribution and chlamydia & pregnancy testing are available at all Youth Clubs and through our LGBTQ work.

 

To download a referral form for the above services (ie Anger & Anxiety Management and LGBTQ) click here.

 

TIMETABLE OF SERVICES

Monday:
6.30-8.30pm       Bordon Youth Club (Years 10-11)

Tuesday:
3.30-5.30pm       Out and about on the streets (Bordon)
6.30-8.30pm       Bordon Youth Club (Years 7-9)

Wednesday:
3.30-6.00pm       Headley Down Outreach

 

*New* YOUTH SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES IN WHITEHILL & BORDON April 2016

This new directory lists activities suitable for young people aged between 11 and 17 years old in Whitehill & Bordon.  It includes details of the services being provided by Community First’s Youthfirst team, and by other groups and organisations in the area.  There is a separate section at the end of the document listing activities on The Heatherlands Estate, Headley Down.  Download this directory here.

 

page-youth-gparent-pic*New* GUIDE FOR GRANDPARENTS

Last year we contacted lots of grandparents who care for their grandchildren across East Hampshire and Havant and spoke to them to try and understand what their needs were and what support they wanted. From this we used what we learnt to produce a guide with helpful information and advice. This covers topics such as the legal issues surrounding caring for a grandchild, where to find educational support, financial support and much more.  Click on the picture to read the Guide.

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