The HUB runs weekly drop in sessions where young people are able to come in and talk through any worries or concerns that they may have. Young people can access information, advice and support on a range of topics from CV writing to bullying. We have leaflets young people can take away with them as well as a team of trained listeners who will work 1-2-1 or in small groups to try and help young people to move forward.
Our mentoring program is a six week programme giving young people some regular, dedicated time and space to focus on their goals. Run by trained volunteers, young people can meet to have a hot chocolate and talk or take part in activities to build confidence and have some fun.
The Sunflower Project offers advice, books and resources to parents alongside emotional support for children. The Sunflower Projects offers group work and trips away for children and families to share experiences with other families.
Through one to one sessions and a weekly group, Speak Out gives young people a safe, understanding and friendly place to speak about coming out as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, questioning their sexuality or discussing their gender.
In partnership with local charity WIGWAM, Unite offers information, advice and support to parents who have a child with a disability. Unite offers emotional support, to parents as well as one-to-one support with children. Unite hopes to run a sibling support group and also runs a number of social events. For more information about WIGWAM, visit www.wigwam.org.gg
Staying safe online is crucial to young people. iHUB provides information, education and support for young people in schools. Working with the Education department, iHUB delivers a series of lessons to pupils about how to use technology safely. iHUB also provides training sessions to professionals and parents on a number of topics.
HUB+ provides specialist support for young people going through a difficult time in their lives. This can be in the form on 1-2-1 sessions or in a group setting. Specialist groups are delivered which aim to build resilience and self-esteem..
Through outreach we offer lunch time drop in sessions in secondary where young people can book one to one sessions with a member of staff or come along to one of our group sessions on a variety of topics. HUB staff can also be found out and about on the streets meeting young people in their environments along with other agencies to provide one the sport information.