Children and Young People (Wai Yin Society)

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Many young people from BME communities experience conflict with their parents who have traditional cultural views and values.  The gap between their own and British culture often leaves young people feeling lost, lacking identity and direction.  Our Youth Project supports young people and families to believe in themselves, to be proud of being both ethnic minority and British and to use their talents and skills to serve the community.  

Early adulthood presents both challenges and opportunities.  We offer young people the opportunity to realise their potential and contribute fully to the world in which they live.   

Visit the website for further details about the project.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Alfred Chung
Contact Position
Youth Worker
Telephone
0161 833 0377 0161 833 0377
E-mail
alfred_chung@waiyin.org.uk
Website
www.waiyin.org.uk
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Parent Organisation
Families with Complex Needs

Where to go

Name
Wai Yin Society
Address
66 - 68
Swan Street
Ancoats
Manchester
Greater Manchester
Postcode
M4 5JU
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Notes

Only five minutes walk from Shudehill Public Transport Interchange (Bus, Tram, Centreline)

Costs

Associated Cost
No

Availability

Age Ranges
11 to 25 years
Referral required
Referral Details

We are pleased to announce that Wai Yin Society has recently been awarded “Approved Provider Status” for Manchester City Council in respect of:

Troubled Families Interventions

 Email: troubled_families@waiyin.org.uk

Innovative Advice Solutions

 Email: better_off@waiyin.org.uk

Other notes
The Youth Project is open for all young people aged between 13 and 25, living in Greater Manchester and the surrounding areas. We have a "define yourself" project that helps their personal and social development.

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