YPAS Plus South Community Hub
Lyndene Road, L25 1NG
Monday 9:15 – 6.30pm
Tuesday 9:15 – 5.00pm
Wednesday 9:15 – 8.00pm
Thursday 9:15 – 6.30pm
Friday 9:15 – 4.00pm
Tel No: 0151 305 2031
Timetable for the open access groups at each of our hubs
YPAS Plus South Hub is now signed up and fully resourced to offer C Card registration to Young People
Liverpool C-Card/ RU Ready? Is a condom distribution scheme for young people to receive free condoms. It takes place in young person friendly environments (places you might go regular) offering confidential advice and support with your sexual health. It provides individuals, partners and small groups of friends the opportunity to take part in a condom teach, showing how to put one on correctly and what to do if something goes wrong.
Young people can call into our South Hub for more information
For more information about C Card visit the liverpool website here: http://ru-curious.co.uk/ccard.html
Timetable for the open access groups at each of our hubs
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.
CAMHS PARTNERSHIP SERVICES available at the South Hub:
Barnardo’s Action with Young Carers:
Barnardo’s Action with Young Carers is a one of the partners supporting the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children, young people and families in the city . We are a city wide community based service that ensures young carers and young adult carers in Liverpool (up to and including the age of 25) are identified and can receive a carer’s assessment, support plan and review to meet their needs to reduce the negative impact of caring for an adult.
We work closely with the YPAS Plus Community Hub and the staff there can tell you more about our service and how we can support you.
We will be providing Skills programme’s for parents ‘Understanding and managing my child’s ADHD’ (as a two day intensive course) from the YPAS Plus Community Hub –
‘Understanding and Managing your child’s ADHD’ at the South Hub in Childwall:
Chrissi.email@example.com is the contact regarding scheduling
Childwall SPLICE Project,
Wednesdays 6:00pm-7:45pm for young disabled people aged 12 – 25 years:
Splice enables young people with a range of disabilities to engage in a youth club which provides them with opportunities to make new friends, have fun, build skills and encourage independence. We aim to develop young people’s skills & talents to facilitate their progress to be as independent as possible and to gain confidence and build self-esteem through a range of fun, challenging activities which enable young people who are often isolated outside of school to build a network of friendships which will sustain them in the wider community.
We also offer the opportunity for non-disabled young people to attend to further extend the friendships that young disabled people can rely on.
Referrals into the project can be made via Fusion 0151 225 6020, parents, carers & young people can also refer themselves. Please email or phone for further information. All our sessions are supported by trained Fusion staff with a wealth of experience in supporting young disabled people.
OKUK by Merseyside Youth Association
OKUK is a counselling service for young people suffering trauma or mental health issues as a result of their own or a close family members substance misuse. The project offers person centered counselling sessions for young people to support with the specific trauma caused by substance misuse in the family environment. The programmes can vary in timescale and approach and are built around the needs of individual clients. The OKUK team will be piloting using the hub as a base to provide targeted support for YP in the local area. OKUK will be providing a referral based partnership with YPAS Hubs with assessments and sessions delivered in the venues.
ADDvanced Solutions Community Network provides open access, pre during and post diagnosis learning, coaching, mentoring and health and wellbeing activities for children and young people living with a Neurodevelopmental condition including ASD, ADHD, Sensory Processing Difficulties, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Fragile X, Irlens, SEN and disability and also for their parents/carers, kinship carers, siblings and extended family.
We deliver a range of learning programmes for supporting professionals from across health and social care, education, community development, youth provision and CJS to better recognise, understand and meet the needs of families living with Neurodevelopmental conditions.
For more information please contact Liverpool Office - 0151 486 1788
St Helens Office - 01744 582172 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bully busters can run sessions for young people, professionals or parents, and we can facilitate a drop in at hub.
This can be booked via our helpline and we will do our best to accommodate at the earliest opportunity.
Contact us on: 0151 3302010 or 0151 3302012
Targeted Youth Services
Girls Group 5.30pm – 8.00pm, this group is a targeted session by referral.