Services for Young People provides youth work projects, information, advice, guidance, work related learning and wider support for young people aged 11 to 17 and up to 24 for some vulnerable groups.
The Borehamwood Jobcentre Plus helps people move from benefits into work and helps employers advertise jobs. It also deals with benefits for people who are unemployed or unable to work because of a health condition or disability.
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.
Elstree & Borehamwood Youth Council gives a voice to young people in the area. It also undertakes projects which will benefit local young people.
Fixation Theatre provides opportunities for young people to participate in the performing arts and learn associated skills.
The Herts Mind Network provides mental health support and has dedicated services for 15-18 year-olds.
Mind in Herts is a provider of mental health services in Hertfordshire and has an office in Hertsmere, providing services for people aged 16 and over.
Services include: social support, workshops for recovery and wellbeing, counselling, 1:1 emotional and practical support, vocational support, a young people’s group and outreach support in Hertsmere.
The Herts Sports and Physical Activity Partnership works collaboratively to create the conditions for an active nation and uses the power of sport and physical activity to transform lives.
'Fit, Fed and Read' summer programmes and Career Mode programmes offered.
An independent charity open to all 16–24 year olds who are homeless or threatened with homelessness.
Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service provides a range of educational programmes for young people, including Fire Cadets, Juvenile Fire-setter Intervention Scheme and Life Project.
This Hertfordshire Police specialist team targets early intervention to educate young people about gang and knife crime. Professionals can refer young people if they are not currently engaged with another agency.
Hertsmere Borough Council works with partners to deliver health and wellbeing opportunities and support in Hertsmere, including sports and physical activities.
The Scout Section is for young people aged between 10½ and 14. Explorer Scouts are for young people aged between 14 and 18. There are a number of groups in Hertsmere - get in touch to find out more.
Potters Bar & District Scouting includes Cuffley, North Mymms, Brookmans Park, Northaw, Little Heath and the surrounding areas. They have seven groups for ages 6-25.
Leecliffe Big Local provides activities for children and young people, including sports skills, circus skills, wild play sessions, arts & crafts and BMX days.
Saferplaces is an independent charity covering Hertfordshire and Essex, which provides a range of services to women, men and children affected by domestic and sexual abuse and stalking.
Saferplaces offers outreach support, refuge services, the Triple R programme, counselling, stalking support service and legal surgeries.