- High View, Hatfield
The Adolescent & Families Drug and Alcohol Service for Hertfordshire (AFDASH) works with anyone under 18 years old in Hertfordshire who has issues/problems with their own drug/alcohol use. AFDASH is a county-wide service so no matter where you are in Hertfordshire we can see you. We offer free and confidential one-to-one advice, support and specialist help if needed. If you want to quit or reduce using drugs or if you want accurate information we can help you.
- St Albans
- Disabled Access
The YC Hertfordshire Youth at Risk Project is for 13-17 year olds in the St Albans area who may be at risk of becoming involved in unlawful or risky behaviour. You can get involved in sports and get support to help you take steps to a safer, more positive future.
- Waltham Cross
- Disabled Access
The aim of the TRACKS programme is to develop young men’s confidence and self-esteem and equip them with the knowledge, abilities and attitudes to reduce the risk of them being criminally exploited and to support them to make positive choices in their lives. This project is for young men in the Broxbourne area aged 13-15.
- NHS Livewell
Youth Mental Health Hub is a website run by NHS Livewell offering young people advice and help on mental health problems including depression, anxiety and stress.
- Welwyn Garden City
YC Hertfordshire Positive Pathways Project at the Welwyn Garden City Young People’s Centre, Oaklands College, Welwyn Garden CityView on map...
Are you aged 13-17? Is life a struggle at times? Do you find you have issues at home or school where you find yourself in trouble - including with the police? If you would like some support in making positive life changes and improving your future opportunities, please contact YC Hertfordshire about joining this project. The Positive Pathways project is delivered in partnership with Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council.