The Youth Service aims to support young people (aged 13 to 19, or up to 25 with special educational needs) to achieve their best life chances and outcomes.
The Youth Service works to address the needs of vulnerable young people at the earliest possible stage; building a clear picture of the young person's needs and creating and providing programmes of support, information and guidance for individuals and groups in ways and settings that they are most likely to access.
The Youth Service delivers three main areas of work:
|Youth Service Areas of Work|
|Youth Work - 1:1 Support Programme|
|Youth Work - Group Work|
|Youth Work - Youth Clubs and Engagement Activities|
Accreditation for young people is important to the Youth Service. Get information on two of our key accreditation schemes - the Duke of Edinburgh's Award and the Brighton & Hove Youth Award.
The Youth Service works in partnership with the Brighton & Hove Youth Collective and deliver joint work with them across the city.
The Youth Service welcomes young people and adults becoming involved in their work - get information on how to get involved if you are a young person or an adult.