Exeter Works doors will be closing on 31 March, but you will still be able to get support and guidance on our website. The Youth Hub will open the doors to its new home in Exeter Library from 3 April.
There are a lot of organisations that can offer support to you if you are aged 16-24 years old. They might have a specific programme that can support you, or offer a service that you need.
You can also check our News pages for information on new programmes and courses that might be of interest to you.
CSW offers a range of services to help guide you through your choices, provide information and offer support, from a quick chat to more intensive, long-lasting support.
We also have self-help resources and information from other partners on our resources page.
Visit our website or you can call us on 0800 97 55 111.
Dame Kelly Holmes Trust
Over the last twelve years we have supported thousands of young people who were facing disadvantage through our varied offering of programmes. From schools to community programmes and from leadership to wellbeing our athletes have worked with groups of young people to help them gain confidence, resilience and self esteem.
Exeter City Community Trust
Exeter CITY Community Trust are Exeter’s leading health and wellbeing charity working in partnership with Exeter City Football Club.
We deliver inspiring physical activity, education, health and wellbeing programmes and courses primarily across Devon and Somerset for all members of the community regardless of ethnicity, age, gender, physical ability, background or economic status.
Young Devon is the largest young people’s charity in the South West. Our mission is to make Devon a better place for all young people. Each year we work with over 2,000 young people, building quality relationships to help them thrive.
Space is a bold, confident and enthusiastic learning organisation that unlocks the potential of young people and their communities by providing a safe space to grow, connect and inspire each other. We bring integrity and collaboration through all of our work and provide a wide range of targeted, needs-led, and professional services.
We support young people from all backgrounds to learn, create and realise their potential by providing a space to hang out with mates, talk about things you can’t ask your parents, gain confidence and try new things.
We are open to young people aged 11 to 30 from all over the UK – no matter if they have been facing some serious issues such as homelessness or if they’ve been in trouble with the law. If they’re willing to aim high – we are here.
Step Forward is a supportive employability programme that helps care leavers in Devon aged 16 to 25 develop their skills, experience and qualifications and work on taking steps forward towards employment, education and training. The program is flexible, and person centred working individually with young people to build personalised plans to help them take ‘Steps Forward’.
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