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COVID – 19 UPDATE – WE ARE HERE, BUT IN DIFFERENT WAY
Watch a short update from our CEO about how we are responding to this situation, and the steps we are taking to still offer support to young people, just in a different way >>>
For now, all weekly activities and detached work has been postponed.
We urge everyone to follow Government advice regarding self-isolating if they exhibit any signs of the COVID – 19 virus, namely:
– A high temperature OR
– A persistent cough
If anyone is in the vulnerable group, please also follow Government guidance.
Every year, we engage with thousands of young people, and work with them to help them to achieve their potential, regardless of personal circumstances. Our Annual Report showcases the impact of our work.
Whether you are a young person looking for some support or to try something new, a parent who feels that their child would benefit from some support from us or a partner organisation who would like to work with us, contact us and we will be happy to discuss your query in more detail.
We are proud of the impact that we have on so many each and every year. But we always want to do more and help more young people in Liverpool, so our work is never done.
To learn more about our impact, read our Annual Report.
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Number of 1 to 1 sessions
Number of Open Access Sessions
Issue Based Sessions delivered
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