YPAS Plus North Community Hub

Croxdale Road West, L14 8YA

Telephone: 0151 305 2040

Opening Times 

Monday 9:15 – 5.00pm

Tuesday 9:15 – 5.00pm

Wednesday 9:15 – 5.00pm

Thursday 9:15 – 5.00pm

Friday 9:15 – 4.00pm

 

Tel No: 0151 305 2040

Email: support@ypas.org.uk

Timetable for the open access groups at each of our hubs

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Latest News:

Our North Hub recently featured on Made in Liverpool TV 

 

You can catch up again and view the feaure here: https://www.madeinliverpool.tv/catchup/?c=news&p=x4ug9w

 

                                                  (episode 146 "Liverpool Today" scroll to 6:33min)

Boxing champion Tony Bellew and Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram officially open YPAS Plus North Hub

 

Liverpool’s world boxing champion Tony Bellew and Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram attended the opening ceremony of the YPAS Plus Community Hub, the latest addition to the Liverpool CAMHS Partnership offer.

 

Speaking about the hub, Steve said: “This is a real coming together of local people, somewhere for young people to understand they’re not alone and offering the chance to talk to someone about how they’re feeling.”

 

Tony added: “There should be more places like this where young people can come and explain their situations; mental health can affect us all so it’s important people of all ages get the support they need, quickly.”

 

The hub will provide a range of services and links to health, education and social care supporting the mental health and emotional wellbeing needs of the community.

Children, young people and their families will be able to access a broad range of innovative services delivered by the Liverpool CAMHS partnership.

 

Monique Collier, CEO at YPAS said: “I am delighted to be celebrating the opening our second YPAS Plus Community Mental Health Hub. Responding to the ever increasing need to provide mental health services in accessible venues that are closer to home; the North hub is located in the heart of the community; providing valuable, easy to access mental health services by a range of providers all under one roof. The mental health hubs are a valuable asset for Liverpool its surrounding communities and we are already in-undated with communities accessing and enquiring about services, many saying they wouldn’t have accessed if it wasn’t this close to home.”

What's On:

Timetable for the open access groups at each of our hubs

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The Counselling and Psychotherapy Service provides a wide range of therapeutic interventions that are designed to help you address those issues that are impacting on your mental health and emotional well-being.

 

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The Support Service provides a range of services that are designed to help you with your practical issues: offering various group work programmes, drop-in's and individual information, advice and guidance.

 

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YPAS will be extending our open access offer across the City. We currently provide specialist and targeted open access youth provision, issue based activities, advocacy support, IAG (Information, advice and guidance) and informal psycho-social / education programmes.

 

SMARTYS for Primary School Age - SMARTYS provide a secure, happy and stimulating environment enabling children to learn and develop attitudes, skills and abilities. It will offer a wide range of activities including creative play, arts, drama, dance and singing etc.  Registration to this group will require parent/carers consent and will be taken on arrival.  (Younger children are welcome to attend but will need to be supervised by parent/carer).

 

THRIVE  for Secondary School Age - THRIVE provides the opportunity to meet other young people, share experiences,  fun activities and age appropriate  life skill sessions, participate in decision making, and peer education.

SKY for ages 16 to 25 years old - SKY provides informal education; issues based group work, life skills, problem solving, advocacy, employability skills, positive role models, structured youth work provision and new experiences. 

5 WOW for ages 7 – 25 - 5 WOW project which will run on the first Saturday of the month.  The session will be 10.30am-12.30pm at our Community Hubs for different age groups focusing on the five ways of well-being:  Connect, Keep Learning, Give, Be Active and Take Notice.

5 WOW Project September 2017 – August 2018

  • 2nd September North Hub (7-12 years old)

  • 4th November North Hub (16-25 years old)

  • 6th January 2018 North Hub (12-16 years old)

  • 3rd March North Hub (7-12 years old)

  • 5th May North Hub (16-25 years old)

  • 7th July North Hub (12-16 years old

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