Situated on the first floor of 96 Shenley Road, the YC Hertfordshire Borehamwood Access Point is open to young people aged 13-19 (up to 24 with a disability or learning difficulty) who live in and around the Hertsmere district. In YC Hertfordshire Access Points there are personal advisers and youth workers who provide information, advice, guidance and support on education, work and training. We also offer advice on drugs, finance, health, including sexual health, housing and much more.
At the YC Hertfordshire Hatfield Access Point you can get information, advice, guidance and support on education, work, training and volunteering. We also offer advice on drugs, finance, health, including sexual health and contraception, housing and much more.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) is a real adventure from beginning to end. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you are from, you just need to be aged between 13 and 24 and ready to jump into the best time of your life! Come along to the Broxbourne DofE sessions which are held every three weeks on Fridays at Cheshunt Young People's Centre.
If you're struggling with your emotional wellbeing and self esteem, come to the Fiesta Emotional Wellbeing Project at Cheshunt Young People's Centre on Wednesday evenings and enjoy a quality mix of activities including cooking, arts, crafts and much more.
St Nicholas Pharmacy in Stevenage offers the free emergency contraception pill, sometimes known as the ‘morning after pill’, to women under 25. Under-25s can also get sexual health and contraception advice and a free chlamydia test at this pharmacy.