Worcestershire County Youth Support
The Youth Support works with young people, and other partners,
to address the realities of inequality, disadvantage and social
To this end the Service uses its influence to ensure that the
decision-making environment is receptive and responsive to the
voice and active involvement of young people.
Our aim is to make Worcestershire County Youth Support "of and
for Worcestershire young people."
- We support young people in their transition from childhood
to responsible adulthood by encouraging their personal and social
education and through helping them take a positive role in the
development of their communities and society.
- We aim to provide a universal service, which is accessible
to all young people through differentiation on the basis of
The Service age range will be 11-20 years with priority given to
young people aged 13-19 years. Within this age range the following
groups are recognised as in need of particular attention:
- Young people at risk
- Young people from minority ethnic groups
- Young people living in rural communities.
We work to achieve this through:
- Working in partnership with those who share our vision and
are committed to raising achievement and learning, and promotion of
social inclusion through prevention and intervention work
- Combating disaffection of young people.
For more information about how we work to achieve our aims,
check our Services page.
Youth Team Contact Details
Youthworcs Central Office
Children's Services Directorate
Tel: 01905 765451
Fax: 01905 765306
Commissioning Manager: Young People
- Parent Partnership
We work in
close cooperation with the Parent Partnership Service, who may be
able to supply the information required regarding pupils with SEN
or direct any enquiries to the appropriate service.
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This page was last reviewed 14 May 2013 at 11:29.
The page is next due for review 10 November 2014.