Youth Pathways – funded by Leeds City Council
This provision targets 16 – 17 year old young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET). Working with young people living in the South Leeds areas of Leeds who have been NEET for 3 months or more.
Hamara offer an intensive 1-1 support programme
The support is given by our key workers who work closely with young people to help identify barriers and work restoratively to help resolve these through appropriate interventions. Through this support we are aiming to help young people to feel ready and able to return to education, training and move closer to/gain employment/apprenticeship to realise their full potential.
One of the added benefits of joining this Programme is that the individual could gain a holistic approach to the many services we offer such as a FREE gym for a month, volunteering opportunities and signposting to other activities.
For more information, or to speak to a member of staff regarding the Youth Pathways Programme, call us on 0113 277 3330 or email Nizam, our Key Worker for the programme on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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