Our Healthy Changes Risky Behaviour project has entered its final year of its 3 years funding from the National Lotterys’ Reaching Communities funding. The project has been designed to offer a wide range of interventions, support, training and activities to children, young people and families engaging with or being affected by risky behaviour. We run a wide range of groups, activities, and one to one support so if you feel like this is something that you would like to know more about, please contact, Amy, Heather, Rachel or Helen at Cornforth House for more information.
BMYC runs every Monday evening from Bishop Middleham Village Hall. Our first session starts at 6:00 – 7:30 for 10 – 13 year olds and our older session runs from 7:45 – 9:00 for young people aged 13+. These are vibrant, fun sessions with a wide range of activities including, table tennis, crafts, board games, Play Station, tuck shop and sports. CCard is available to young people aged 13+ and our friendly youth workers are always on hand to help with and support, advice, or guidance you may need.
Drop in to check it out, or contact Amy at Cornforth House for more info.
Number 66 hosts a youth drop in session on a Wednesday evening. A warm, welcoming session with flat screen TV, pool, wii, Play Station, wifi access, comfy seats for a catch up with your friends. The sessions run from 5:30 – 7:30 for 10-13 year olds and 7:30 – 8:30 for young people aged 13+. CCard is available to young people aged 13+ and our friendly youth workers are always on hand to help with and support, advice, or guidance you may need.
The Cornforth Partnership has a long track record of offering support to women and children affected by domestic abuse. We have written our own award winning, level 2 accredited training course entitled Understanding Domestic Abuse and Developing Recovery Strategies. The course is available for people to sign up throughout the year, so please contact Cornforth House and ask for Rachel or Catherine for more information on up coming courses. We also offer family support through our Healthy Changes Risky Behaviour project, with group work, family support and one to one sessions available.