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Due to the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation, some of the organisations listed on here are still in the process of posting service updates. Many phone lines and websites are still available, but some contact details have changed. Try the organisation's own website if you're having difficulty getting through.

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Young Minds

YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional well being and mental health of children and young people. Driven by their experiences we campaign, research and influence policy and practice. We also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through…
Suite 11, Crosby RowBaden PlaceLondonSE1 1YW

Young Parent Drop-In

Monday's (except Bank Holidays) 1pm - 3pm
Fairview drop-in sessions for teen parents A drop-in session for young parents up to the age of 19 is running at Fairview Centre in Reading on Mondays from 1pm-3pm (excluding bank holidays). The sessions are free, and include toys, books and craft activities for the children, refreshments…
90aGreat Knollys StreetReadingRG1 7HL

Younger People With Dementia (Berkshire) - Covid 19 response

Coronavirus Status: Open Online
COVID-19 RESPONSE: Continuing to offer support online via Zoom conferencing, Whatsapp and Facebook. Delivering video based workshops to people with dementia including: poetry, a general knowledge quiz, football chat and a ladies only chat session Offering a range of activities online including exercise classes, a music and…

Your Reading Passport (formerly passport to leisure)

Reading Borough Council passport scheme to claim discount on council run leisure facilities. See link to Reading Borough Council website to find out more.
Reading Borough Council, Civic OfficesBridge StreetReadingRG1 2LU

Youth custody, children and young people with special educational needs

The Children and Families Act 2014 set out a new legal framework for children and young people with SEN  (special educational needs) in youth custody.  This change commenced on 1 April 2015. The attached document from the Council for Disabled Children (CDC) has a range of information for young people, parents/carers, professionals…

Youth Effective Solutions by Charles Lawrence This is a carescheme

A mentor/buddy service for young people who need a helping hand to increase self - esteem and combat various hurdles which may be hindering them from education employment or training.   Y.E.S partner with parents, schools and colleges  to unleash talents in young people
Farm ClosePurley on ThamesReadingBerksRG8 8BA

Youth Offending Service Reading ~ Brighter Futures for Children

Multi agency group which deals with young people who get into trouble. Referrals to the Youth Offending Service are made automatically by the police. Visit website for more information
16North StreetReadingRG1 7DA

Youth Workers

Youth Workers work within the Children's Action Teams (CATs). The Youth Service provide a range of community-based youth worker activites in a variety of venues, and an exciting range of leisure, recreation and residential experiences to young people. Youth Workers also provide one to one…
Reading Borough Council, Civic OfficesBridge StreetReadingRG1 2LU

The Yume Project

Monday to Friday, morning 0930-1200, afternon 1300-1530
Providing Day Activities for Learning Disabled Adults and Transition Students (aged 16+). Sessions are held in various Community Venues around West Berkshire. Activities covered are Computer Skills, Art, Craft, Bowling, Cooking, Music, Yoga, Communication Games (including Makaton) and sometimes Swimming, Shopping or Days Out to Interesting…
Suite 6Turners DriveThatchamBerkshireRG19 4QD
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