Services for Young People (SfYP) provides youth work projects, information, advice, guidance, work related learning and wider support for young people aged 11 to 17 and up to 25 for some vulnerable groups.
Broxbourne Council delivers a weekly programme of positive activities for young people aged 11-19, primarily via multisport sessions at the council's kickabout courts but also outdoor (detached) youth work and youth clubs. Additional programmes and events are delivered during school holidays including 'Fit & Fed'.
Broxbourne Borough Council also leads on the Broxbourne Youth Intervention Programme to support young people at risk of involvement in serious youth crime. The council also partners with Services for Young People to facilitate the Broxbourne Youth Council. Support is also provided to community groups offering sport or arts activities for young people.
Services for Young People and Broxbourne Borough Council facilitate Broxbourne Youth Council, which provides young people living and/or studying in the borough the opportunity to have their say and campaign on matters that are important to them and other young people.
We help to support and improve the communities where we are based, and provide opportunities for all.
Our community investment team, Catalyst Communities, runs and funds a wide range of projects, ranging from youth mentoring schemes to apprenticeship programmes, gardening clubs to exercise classes.
Supporting the whole family and the local community to reach their goals. Our mission is to build strong relationships, communication and trust within the family. Through teamwork, skills development and problem solving we work with children and young people to give them self-esteem, a meaning and a purpose for the future.
Our mission is to meet the needs of children and young people with special education needs and/or disabilities (SEND), aged 0-25, as close to home as possible, improve outcomes for wellbeing and attainment, widen the choices available to them, remove barriers to learning and identify ways to use resources more effectively.
The HABS Family Support Team is one of 19 Local Schools Partnerships that provide high quality services for children, young people and their families in Wormley, Turnford, Broxbourne and Hoddesdon.
We create opportunities for individuals experiencing mental ill health to make choices, find their solutions, build resilience and manage their whole life and wellbeing. Our services are based on the principle of self-help with a strong emphasis on prevention, personal development, self-management and improving health and wellbeing.
The Herts Sport and Physical Activity Partnership (HSP) work collaboratively to create the conditions for an active nation and use the power of sport and physical activity to transform lives.
'Fit, Fed and Read' Summer Programme and Career Mode programmes are offered.
School Nursing is part of the Hertfordshire Family Centre Service. The service brings children’s centres, health visiting and school nursing together to provide a more joined up service for children, young people and their families from pregnancy through to when a child reaches 19.
There is a range of different support groups, activities and services on offer for children and their families to help them be healthy, grow and develop. Families can access available services from any Hertfordshire Family Centre, allowing them to fit sessions and services around busy family lives. For more information, visit the Family Centre Service website.
YMCA enables people to develop their full potential in body, mind and spirit.
Inspired by, and faithful to, our Christian values, we create supportive and energising communities that are open to all, where young people can truly belong, contribute and thrive. We deliver a range of programmes and services that tackle the issues facing local people and ensure that there are opportunities for young people throughout our work, from apprentices to work experience and childcare to youthwork.
Our aim is to share the message of Jesus with young people all over the UK. We do this through building relationships with them and earning the right to be heard. We work alongside a team of volunteers and the local churches to reach out to young people from 11-18 years old.