Who We Are

  • Ealing Youth Service provides opportunity for young people aged between 11-19 years. We run a range of programmes, including After School Clubs, evening sessions, and at times programmes during the day. Some of our programmes are specifically for young people with additional needs, these are run through our Disability Project.
  • At times we deliver bespoke programmes that enable you to develop or increase your existing skills, these programmes are key to developing confidence, self-esteem, motivation, problem solving, team work, negotiating, managing self, giving and receiving feedback, action planning and goal setting, all fantastic skills you can put on your CV or future applications forms for employment or training opportunities.
  • Our Youth Workers are friendly and approachable and can support and help in many ways from providing up to date information or creating  discussions around a range of topics, including, Healthy relationships, Issues at School, Drugs awareness, Peer pressure, Diversity, Dealing with conflict, Sexual health, Managing feelings and Mental health to name but a few. Young people are consulted and you can decide what you want to discuss.
  • We can also support you if you need help with Education, Employment or Training opportunities
  • Young people can participate in a range of fun activities and educational programmes within our youth centres and projects and there is something for everyone, whether you want to get more involved or just like to relax and chat with friends, this is the place to be.
  • Ealing Youth Service is a great place to be to meet new people, make new friends get involved in fun and educational activities , want more, then come along and train to be a peer educator

Who We Are

Ealing Youth Service provides opportunity for young people aged between 11-19 years. We run a range of programmes, including After School Clubs, evening sessions, and at times programmes during the day. Some of our programmes are specifically for young people with additional needs, these are run through our Disability Project.

At times we deliver bespoke programmes that enable you to develop or increase your existing skills, these programmes are key to developing confidence, self-esteem, motivation, problem solving, team work, negotiating, managing self, giving and receiving feedback, action planning and goal setting, all fantastic skills you can put on your CV or future applications forms for employment or training opportunities.

Our Youth Workers are friendly and approachable and can support and help in many ways from providing up to date information or creating  discussions around a range of topics, including, Healthy relationships, Issues at School, Drugs awareness, Peer pressure, Diversity, Dealing with conflict, Sexual health, Managing feelings and Mental health to name but a few. Young people are consulted and you can decide what you want to discuss.

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We can also support you if you need help with Education, Employment or Training opportunities

Young people can participate in a range of fun activities and educational programmes within our youth centres and projects and there is something for everyone, whether you want to get more involved or just like to relax and chat with friends, this is the place to be.

Ealing Youth Service is a great place to be to meet new people, make new friends get involved in fun and educational activities , want more, then come along and train to be a peer educator

The Ealing Youth Service are available for you to get information, advice and support on:

  • Ealing Youth Service work with and supports many voluntary and community groups/organisations who deliver services to young people across the London Borough of Ealing
  • Providing you with opportunities to shape the services for young people
  • Problems with attendance or behaviour at school
  • Difficulties finding work, training or re-entering education having left school
  • Opportunities for you to learn in your community
  • Providing additional learning support when required
  • One-to-one support for young people
  • Delivering defined packages of support including sexual health and relationships, drug and alcohol misuse education

If you need to get in contact with any of the Youth Projects, Youth Centres, visit their page and you can contact them that way. For general enquiries, feel free to fill out the form below and someone will be in contact with you shortly.

The Ealing Youth Service are available for you to get information, advice and support on:

  • Ealing Youth Service work with and supports many voluntary and community groups/organisations who deliver services to young people across the London Borough of Ealing
  • Providing you with opportunities to shape the services for young people
  • Problems with attendance or behaviour at school
  • Difficulties finding work, training or re-entering education having left school
  • Opportunities for you to learn in your community
  • Providing additional learning support when required
  • One-to-one support for young people
  • Delivering defined packages of support including sexual health and relationships, drug and alcohol misuse education

If you need to get in contact with any of the Youth Projects, Youth Centres, visit their page and you can contact them that way. For general enquiries, feel free to fill out the form below and someone will be in contact with you shortly.