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This is for children attending our school. We are a young carer friendly school We will be promoting information about and for young carers on a dedicated information board We will look at whole school assembly and letters home to parents to raise awareness of…
0161 740 2185
This is for children attending our school. We are a young carer friendly school. We will be promoting information about and for young carers on a dedicated information board. We will look at whole school assembly and letters home to parents to raise awareness of…
0161 273 1830
We are a young carer friendly school. We are looking to set up a young carers support group We will offer Early Help Assesments and use the MACA and PANOC We will link our young carers to activities and services they want to be involved in We will hold whole…
The Young Disabled People's Forum is a project open to all young disabled people aged between 13-25 years and living in Manchester. The project offers a regular "forum" of young disabled people to discuss what matters to you, swap ideas, information and support. It offers…
0161 636 7534
Young Manchester is a charity that strives to improve opportunities for all children and young people across Manchester.
0161 631 2879
The Department of Education is providing up to £3M for a two year sector led programme which will build the capacity of voluntary and community sector organisations (VCSOs) to deliver early intervention mental health support to children and young people, including building resilience and emotional…
020 7089 5065
An information hub offering young people advice and help on mental health problems including depression, anxiety and stress.
Supported housing project for young people at risk Opening times: Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm + floating support hours
0161 974 1300
Sibs, the UK charity for siblings of disabled people, has launched the first ever UK wide online service for siblings of disabled children. YoungSibs will provide young siblings with much needed information and support whilst they are growing up with a disabled brother or sister.…
The Young Women's Peer Health Project is run by young lesbian and bisexual women who work to improve young lesbian and bisexual women's health aged between 14 - 25. They hold monthly planning meetings, weekly activities, allotment sessions, training and residentials.
07712 660 541