If a young person is being bullied at school, feels isolated or excluded and are aged between 13-16 years, we can give them the support they need.
Tackling issues around confidence, identity, friendships, eating and more, our Youth Project gives young people the focus, life skills, and know-how to help them start leading the life they want to live.
How We Help
Through one-to-one advice sessions and group community or school-based workshops our Youth Project covers everything from gangs and peer influence to sexual health and identity. Run by specially trained youth workers, they are designed to arm young people with the confidence and knowledge they need to make responsible, informed decisions.
An AQA accreditation is awarded to everyone that completes the project..back to top
Established in 2001 our support groups for adopted children and young people in the East Midlands, offer:
There are four groups catering for all ages. Each meets six times a year and there are annual camps for the 7-19 age groups and day trips. Groups are run by professional staff and volunteers together. The benefit of the groups is the creation of an atmosphere in which young people can build long term supportive relationships and raise issues, such as contact with birth family or former foster carers in a supportive environment. The groups are part of Coram’s long-term commitment to children and young people and have already been able to support members facing challenging situations such as reunion, disruption and leaving home.