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  • Young carers

    Young Carers Service Western Area 14856

    Provides practical and emotional support for young carers in the Western HSCT areas. The service works with schools, health and social care trusts and voluntary/ community organisations to raise awareness of young carers, their situation and to reach young people who need the service. The service offers: peer support, personal development

  • Family support

    Young People's Partnership, Armagh

    YPP work with young people aged 13-18 who are deemed to be ‘in need’ and/or ‘at risk’. All interventions are risk assessed and designed in partnership with young people and their families. The overall aim of the YPP is to maintain and support young people in their communities. It

  • Mental health

    Young People's Partnership, Armagh - CAMHS

    YPP work with young people aged 13-18 who are deemed to be ‘in need’ and/or ‘at risk’. All interventions are risk assessed and designed in partnership with young people and their families. The overall aim of the YPP is to maintain and support young people in their communities. It

  • Family support

    Young People's Partnership, Armagh OUTREACH

    YPP work with young people aged 13-18 who are deemed to be ‘in need’ and/or ‘at risk’. All interventions are risk assessed and designed in partnership with young people and their families. The overall aim of the YPP is to maintain and support young people in their communities. It

  • Family support

    Young peoples Partnership Newry

    YPP Newry is a service which is part of a comprehensive adolescent service (Southern Trust based) which works with vulnerable young people aged 13-18 in this area, including those engaged in ‘At Risk’ activities and those at risk of homelessness.

  • Family support

    Youth Involvement & Family Support Project

    Barnardos family support service we work with children and young people aged 0-18 who have a range of emotional needs. We also work with their parents/carers and families to build on the emotional resilience of each family member, to promote positive mental health and to encourage social inclusion.

  • Disability advocacy/participation

    Youth Zone Short Breaks Group

    Youth Zone is a fun place for 10—19 year olds with individual needs and their siblings to make new friends and chill out. Your group will have it’s own budget and you will plan how to use this for activities and outings. You will have the chance to learn new skills that will help as you become a young adult. Not only that, there are opportunities for some qualifications such as First Aid!