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The Healthy U drop in service
Crawley Find it Out Centre

The HEALTHY U drop in service is for young people between ages of 13 and 19. It provides health information, advice and guidance. School Nurses from the Crawley Healthy Child Programme team will be at the Crawley Find It Out Centre, Centenary House, Woodfield Road RH10 8GP every Monday during every school holiday between 12 and 4pm. Young people can either “drop in” and see them or make an appointment on 01293 843327. If a young person attends a private school or are home educated they are very welcome to visit the nurses.

NEET Drop-in
Crawley Find it out Centre

Young people aged 16-18 years who are not currently in education or training, can access free careers advice every Wednesday from midday – 3.30pm at Centenary House, Woodfield Road, Crawley. Visit Crawley Find it Out for more information.

A Public Health Approach to Promoting Young People's Resilience - Guide
Association for Young People's Health

Promoting young people’s resilience is an important part of a public health approach to securing good outcomes for this age group. This document sets out the key elements of a public health approach and provides a range of useful resources and case studies. This guide can be used by policy makers, commissioners, and service planners and providers. Visit ayph for more details.


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> Terms of Reference
> Young Crawley Consortium (Info)
> Young Crawley Consortium (Members)
> YCCFF minutes - April 2018


Liz Roe, Chair Young Crawley Children & Families Forum, and Scheme Manager Home-Start CHAMS

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> YCCFF Forum page
> Other Services


Diary Dates

Young Crawley Children and Families Forum
08 January 2019




 
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