Greenwich has lots of support for young people
- Careers and employment
- Drugs and alcohol
- Sex and relationships
- Domestic abuse
- Things to do
Charlton Athletic Community Trust now runs Greenwich’s youth services, Young Greenwich. Loads of sports, clubs, activities and social events are available for free for those aged 10-19 (or up to 25 if you have special educational needs and disabilities)
All of these services, as well as a wide range of specially designed activities, are open to disabled young people. These are held at Shooters Hill Post 16 campus and Valley Central.
There are also mixed youth club sessions on every week for young people of all ages, abilities and needs. Find these at Avery Hill, Woolwich Common, and Hawksmoor Youth Hubs. For more information about activities and courses aimed at young people with special needs and disabilities, visit Young Greenwich.
The Point also offers youth support services and gives you the help and advice you might need on the above topics and more. It also has free online access for you to use for tasks including job hunting and creating a CV.
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