The Support and Prevention Service offer family-led approaches to enable children, young people, families, and wider communities to be empowered, to achieve, to develop personally, emotionally, socially and be the best that they can be. Support young people between 11-25 with focus and open access support.
Youth Work and Engagement; Youth work in schools, education progression, accredited learning, and participation
School based Youth Workers engage with young people aged 11 – 18 both in universal and focussed contexts. Youth Workers strive to build and maintain meaningful relationships with all school pupils; that include referred pupils who are deemed at risk of disengagement from mainstream education, due to one or a host of reasons.
Youth Workers form relationships based on voluntary engagement. Through participation with individuals, Youth Workers can design a tailored plan that offer support in the form of personal, social, emotional, and behavioural needs of the individual. This can be delivered both within and outside the school environment and be both targeted and universal.
Community Youth Work and Prevention; 16-24 support, community outreach, youth centres, focussed and universal provisions
Our Community Youth Work and Prevention team provide targeted and universal interventions with the aim of tackling and alleviating potential risk factors or underlying issues such as family, social, individual, educational, or mental and emotional health related issues, that may arise that put them at an increased risk of offending and re-offending, but also preventing them from needing further statutory intervention such as professional mental health services, further medical intervention and even housing support as an example.
Provisions range from outreach, mobile and detached activities, youth centres and clubs, and collaborative targeted programmes and projects.
Support Pathways; Through-age interventions, allocations, screening, quality assurance, data and performance analysis, resource support
For more information about opportunities to engage with activities available to our universal offer please see our webpage pages through https://www.giceredigionys.co.uk/;
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