Information and advice for young people in the East Riding of Yorkshire, including activities for young people, youth offending, Youth Forums, counselling and other issues affecting young people aged between 13 and 25 years.
East Riding of Yorkshire's Youth and Family Support (YFS) is made up of the former Youth Service, Connexions, Youth Offending Team and Supporting Families Team, and offers a support service for young people aged up to 19years of age, and up to 25 years if you have learning difficulties or a disability.
Information on how to claim benefits, volunteering for the youth support service, volunteer opportunities, requirements to be a volunteer, the process, expenses paid as a volunteer, setting up a voluntary youth club.
Information on the youth justice system, who is responsible for dealing with young offenders, tackling youth offending, how you can help, what the youth offender panel is, can you join the panel, will you be trained and how much time does it require.
Information on where to go for confidential support, your choices, how often to visit, bringing family members or friends, missing an appointment, what information is kept, are medical records kept and do I have to pay?
Information on what the Youth Voice/Youth Forums is, how to join, find out more information, how often does it meet, can news be aired at a national level, what do you get out of it and who are the decision makers.
This is a directory of information listing council owned youth clubs in the East Riding, their locations and opening times.