An innovative programme from Action4Youth providing early intervention, mentoring, support and guidance for young people aged 12-15 who may be at risk of falling into anti-social behaviour.

What is the Youth Mentoring Programme?

It’s a free programme for young people aged 12-15 years that will identify, understand and help teenagers to find focus. Built around 1:1 and group sessions that will help and encourage each individual to stay on track and fulfil their potential.

How does Youth Mentoring Programme support young people?

Each session will aim to achieve an understanding of the needs of each young person and explore positive interests that will engage them and provide them with a new focus.

It will explore and develop coping skills and build resilience which will not only improve their quality of life but also establish a positive mindset that will enhance their confidence and future opportunity to achieve their potential. The programme will signpost and connect them into positive pathways, engaging with the local network of youth clubs and relevant organisations that can support their individual interests and provide a safe, ongoing and stimulating outlet for their abilities.  The programme offers:

  • 1:1 support
  • Group sessions
  • Connection to ongoing, positive pathways
  • Creation of trust-based relationships
  • Long-term future impact for the individual
mentoring programme for young people

Programme funded by

programme funded by wycombe district council

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