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Centre 33 provide free and accessible information, counselling, services and support to disadvantaged and disaffected young people aged 8-25 in Cambridgeshire to enable them to overcome the effects of poor health, isolation, disadvantage and inequality so as to achieve their potential. We currently reach around 8000 young people each year
• To provide a free service to young people that is preventative, educational and therapeutic, and confidential where possible.
•To support and respect the rights of young people to develop their own tools and to make choices and decisions through counselling, advocacy, support, group activities, information, outreach, volunteering and peer education activities.
•To be an open and accessible service that addresses any barriers posed by poverty, caring responsibilities, ethnic origin rural isolation, language, cultural barriers, sexual orientation and disability.
•To work towards and promote the safety of young people to raise awareness of the issues that are relevant to them.
Last year, we provided:
-Counselling to 312 young people
– Rural mental health support to 965 young people
– Information and outreach support to 6389 young people
– Advice on homelessness to 164 young people
– Support and activities to 213 Young Carers
– Peer education projects to 68 young people
Please choose us for your choice of club for any recycling of printer ink cartridges. Thank you.
- Click here to print off your free postage label
- Stick the label to any envelope (max weight for free postage is 4kg)
- Put in a post box and we take care of the rest
- For a full list of which cartridges can be recycled, please click here
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