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Stevenage District Youth Strategy Partnership Group

Supporting, evaluating and promoting the delivery of services for young people across the district, working closely with young people including the Stevenage Youth Council.

Stevenage Youth Strategy Partnership Group provides a strategic and operational forum for service providers, users and other key stakeholders to identify the key issues affecting young people. It looks to agree what local action needs to be taken, both collectively and by individual organisations, to help address these issues and to ensure young people have the best opportunities possible.

For further information about the work of the Stevenage Youth Strategy Partnership Group, please contact the Chair, Lucy Davis, on 01438 843340 or at

Opportunities for young people in the Stevenage district


Stevenage Youth Strategy Partnership Group member organisations

Services for Young People
Youth work, information, advice, guidance, support and work-related learning for young people.

Services for Young People

Change Grow Live
Alcohol and substance misuse and addiction support

Change Grow Live 

Citizens Advice
Providing the advice people need for the problems they face and improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives

Stevenage Citizen's Advice Bureau

Fairlands Valley Park, Stevenage Borough Council
Offering a range of sporting activities and courses for children and young people

Fairlands Valley Park

GamCare is the leading national provider of free information, advice and support for anyone affected by problem gambling.



Hertfordshire Constabulary

Safer neighbourhood policing
Gangs and Schools Team- working with young people at risk of being a member or being recruited into a gang

Hertfordshire Police

Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service
Ensuring public are aware of how to stay safe – including initiatives for young people

Herts Fire and Rescue Service

Herts Sport and Physical Activity Partnership (HSP)
Introducing sport initiatives county-wide

Herts Sports and Physical Activity Partnership


Herts Young Homeless (HYH)
HYH is an independent charity and has been supporting vulnerable people in Hertfordshire since 1998. HYH has a variety of free services for all 16–24 year olds who are homeless or threatened with homelessness and a health service which has no upper age limit.

Herts Young Homeless


Mind in Mid Herts
A local, innovative and experienced mental health provider for people aged 16 years and over

Mind in Mid Herts

North Herts College
A further education college with campuses in Hitchin, Letchworth and Stevenage, delivering full and part-time courses in a range of sectors and occupational areas. Also delivering courses for students who need additional support to complete their studies.

North Herts College

Oak Church
Working to build relationships with, and engage & inspire, young people.

Oak Church Stevenage


Phoenix Group for Deaf Children and Young Adults
Empowering young people up to the age of 25 who have a hearing impairment

Phoenix Group


Safer Places
Safer Places (formerly known as Harlow Women’s Aid) has over 40 years’ experience in delivering holistic support services to adult and child survivors of domestic abuse across Essex and Hertfordshire.

Safer Places


Stevenage Borough Council
Communities and Neighbourhoods

Stevenage Borough Council


Stevenage ESC
Stevenage Education Support Centre is an organisation designed to work with young people, schools, families and other associated professionals, providing on-site education for young people in KS3 and KS4 who are permanently excluded or at risk of permanent exclusion from their school, whether in Stevenage or elsewhere in North Hertfordshire.

Stevenage ESC

Stevenage FC Foundation
The official independent charity of Stevenage Football Club, that delivers a variety of sporting and educational based activities across Stevenage

Stevenage FC Foundation


Stevenage Sporting Futures
A charity working in partnership with primary, secondary and special schools in Stevenage and the surrounding areas

Stevenage Sporting Futures

Young People's Healthy Hub, Stevenage
The Young People’s Healthy Hub offers free information, advice and support to help children and young people aged 11-16 stay healthy and well.

Young People's Healthy Hub