Valour Youth

Valour Youth

Is for young people from five to the age of twenty-one.  Valour Youth  is for both boys and girls who are preparing themselves to become adults.

Valour Youth

Is here to engage young people to improve their quality of life. 

We are also here to challenge any negative perceptions that they face about themselves which can lead to anti-social behaviour and which can later create barriers in their lives.

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What do parents say about our mentoring support service?

Valour Youthis about changing those negative cycles in their lives whilst they are young.

This is why we work closely with Schools, NSPCC, YOS, NHS, local Councils, and other agencies including faith groups to create this change.

MENTORING PROJECT

Mentors are not there all the time in a child's life, but they are there when strategic life changing decisions have to be made.

Our Mentoring projects are there to provide protection, support, care, advice, sounding boards and confidants as well as providing financial support and guidance where applicable.

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What do Primary/ Junior Schools say about our mentoring service?

Every Child Mattersis a shared programme of change to improve outcomes for all children and young people from birth to age 19.

The Government's aim is for every child, whatever their background or their circumstances, to have the support they need to:

  • be healthy
  • stay safe
  • enjoy and achieve
  • make a positive contribution
  • achieve economic well-being.

The aim of Valour Youthis to support our young people to achieve their potential because if these challenges are not addressed in their youth, it will cost the tax payer more money in the future.

If you would like a MENTOR

please contact us on:

0800 073 1325
or

email: valour-youth@live.co.uk

What do Secondary Schools say about our mentoring service?

These areas can include:

  • Exclusion from School
  • Poor educational attainment
  • Considered to be violent or aggressive
  • Referral to CAMHS
  • Lack of Father support or Absent Fathers 
  • Low self-esteem 
  • Stopped and searched by the Police
  • Arrests and cautions by the Police
  • Unemployment
  • Imprisonment
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