The Broxbourne Youth Strategy Partnership Group meets regularly to discuss the key issues affecting young people in the area. It then decides on what local action needs to be taken, both collectively and by individual organisations, to target these issues and help ensure young people in the Broxbourne district have the very best opportunities available.
For further information about the work of the Broxbourne Youth Strategy Partnership Group please contact the Chair, Mark Hughes, on 01992 555656 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broxbourne Youth Strategy Partnership Group member organisations
Services for Young People (SfYP)
SfYP provide youth work, information, advice, guidance, support and work-related learning for young people.
AllSorts Dementia Group
A group located in Ware for people with mild to moderate dementia.
B3 Living are a housing association based in Hoddesdon and believe safe, warm and affordable housing is essential for all.
Broxbourne Borough Council
Second-tier local authority covering the Borough of Broxbourne. The council provides support to families around the cost of living, financial inclusion, mental health, employability, physical activity and more. Often in partnership with others, the council delivers the following activities:
- a programme of youth sports programmes
- detached youth work
- Fit & Fed and HAPpy holiday hunger schemes
- projects for those at risk of gang involvement or antisocial behaviour
- the Broxbourne Youth Council
- holiday programmes and events
Broxbourne, Cheshunt and Waltham Cross Schools Partnership
The Broxbourne, Cheshunt and Waltham Cross Schools Partnership provide family support to schools in the Borough of Broxbourne for children aged 5-19 years.
Broxbourne Youth Council
Broxbourne Youth Council gives young people who live or study in the Borough of Broxbourne the opportunity to have their say and campaign together on matters that are important to them and other young people. The Youth Council is facilitated jointly by Broxbourne Borough Council and HCC Services for Young People.
Catalyst Housing Ltd
A leading UK housing association with over 32,000 homes in London and the home counties.
Award-winning charity CHEXS works with schools and agencies in Hertfordshire, providing support to families, children and young people.
Department of Work and Pensions/Job Centre Plus
Jobcentre Plus is part of the Department for Work and Pensions and helps people of working-age find employment in the UK.
DSPL4 (Delivering Special Provision Locally)
DSPL is a Hertfordshire-wide partnership approach where parents, carers, staff in early years settings and schools, further education colleges, local authority officers and representatives from other agencies work together as a part of an area group. The group ensure that there is a range of provision and support services available in their local community.
HABS (Hoddesdon and Broxbourne Settings)
The HABS Family Support Team provide high quality services for children, young people and their families in Wormley, Turnford, Broxbourne and Hoddesdon.
Herts Mind Network
Herts Mind Network deliver mental health support in Hertfordshire, providing a diverse range of services, including dedicated services for 15-18-year-olds, and an open access helpline for 10-17 year olds from seven Wellbeing Centres and other venues across the county.
Herts Police work with young people at risk of gang involvement or already a gang member.
Herts Sports Partnership
Herts Sports Partnership works across all sectors to deliver sport and physical activity initiatives countywide.
Herts Young Homeless
Herts Young Homeless are a Hertfordshire-based independent homeless charity
Intensive Family Support
Intensive Family Support are part of Hertfordshire County Council and work with families with multiple and complex needs who would benefit from intensive support.
Phoenix Group for Deaf Children and Young Adults
The Phoenix Group is a non-profit organisation to support young people up to the age of 25 who have a hearing impairment.
Pro-Action supports, represents and champions the many organisations and individuals across Hertfordshire who work with children and young people.
Clinical Lead, Public Health Nursing (5-19)
Team Lead for East- Public Health Nursing (5-19)
Chathealth -School Nurse texting service for young people
An Elim Pentecostal church based at St Catherine's Primary school and part of Broxbourne Churches together.
The Saracens Foundation is the charitable arm of the Saracens professional rugby club, delivering sport for social change projects across Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent and North London.
School Nursing, Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust
Part of the Hertfordshire Family Centre Service, school nursing provides continuity of service for children, young people and their families from pregnancy through to when a child reaches 19.
Specialist Adolescent Service Hertfordshire (SASH)
SASH provides support for vulnerable young people and their families in need, focusing on support, resolution and multi-agency work, through the identification of complex needs to prevent escalation into specialist services.
Hertfordshire County Council
Sporting Inspirations CIC
Sporting Inspirations act as a catalyst to transform young people’s lives from ages 8 to 25+ with a passion for the promotion of social, physical and the emotional wellbeing of young people from all backgrounds and abilities, including the homeless. The charity's aim is to work closely with young people in their local environment, encouraging greater participation in positive activities to create safer and healthier communities. This is delivered with a localised strategic partnership by a dedicated team of professionals and volunteers.
The Gifted is a Cheshunt-based charity supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged young people.
Wormley & Turnford Big Local
Big Local is a National Lottery funded and resident-led community development project.
The YMCA create positive opportunities and provide support for young people and families in the community.
Young Life International (Hoddesdon)
A Christian charity based in Hoddesdon.