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Provides various programmes to support children and young person, regardless of background or ability, to ensure that they have the chance to enter adulthood as positive, confident members of the community. Projects include Inspiration Programme, National Citizens Service, DOE, Breakout Programme.

ASPIRE project

The Aspire Project currently works across Hertfordshire and North London to provide support for young people who have offended or are at risk of offending or criminal exploitation. Referrals submitted by LA, schools, colleges, YOS, attendance centres & other partners.

East Side Youth Centre

Youth centre for young people in the grounds of Highcrest Academy.

Family Centres & Family Support Service

Offer a range of open-access sessions and universal health services for families with children aged 0 to 19 years (or up to age 25 for those with SEND).

Inspiration Project (Under 18)

Designed to broaden the horizons, thinking and experience of young people, to make them aware of how our society works and help them understand what their place in it is and can be. The one-year Inspiration Programme provides direct experiences and real interactions with motivational individuals and organisations.

One Recovery Bucks – Specialist Family and Carers Service

One Recovery Bucks offers a range of support for people who are affected by someone else’s substance misuse. You can get the right help for you and your family. The service offers face-to-face, telephone and email information advice and support, Support groups for carers and family members, Information and advice specific to drugs and alcohol addiction, enable families and carers to form and access community networks, signposting carers to  services for a specialist carers assessment where appropriate

Premier League Kicks (Age 8-18)

Encourages sports participation in youngsters from some of the most high-need areas within local communities. Gets young people involved in constructive activities, such as a wide variety of sports, coaching projects, music, education and personal development. Since it’s conception Premier League Kicks has seen communities across the country transformed with greater football and sports participation rates and authorities reporting significant reductions in anti-social behaviour in the same area.


Anyone facing difficulties in a relationship or looking to strengthen their relationships, people of all ages, backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities. Offers: Relationship counselling, Family counselling, Mediation, Children and Young People’s Counselling, Sex Therapy.

Switch Bucks

Support for children and young people aged 10-18, experiencing the impact of parental or other family member drug/alcohol use. The service offers, one to one support for children effected by parental substance misuse – in partnership with One Recovery Bucks (adult substance misuse service).

The Junction

Action4Youth’s youth club at High Wycombe Library. Offers weekly activities (boxing, yoga, HIIT, nutrition advice), a space for socialising and leisure activities (pool tables, PlayStation, hang out spots), Crisis support clinics – providing advice, help and support.

Wycombe Wanderers SET for Safety – Play Into Space (Under 18)

A youth club delivered to divert young people away from involvement in crime and/or antisocial behaviour or the risk of being exploited, as well as to provide them with personal development opportunities. Provision of a safe and secure space for young people. Participants to take part in a variety of sports sessions and participate in workshops on a range of different issues including knife crime, gangs, anti-bullying, positive relationships & safe sex, employability skills, first aid, cooking and volunteering.

Getting help

Attain – for young people leaving care

Supports young people leaving care and need support to move on towards independence (including employment, next steps education and life skills) aiming to help make good choices about work and education, relationships and community, and to give them a better chance to succeed in life.

Bucks SENDIAS Service

Provides free, confidential, impartial information, advice and support on all matters relating to special educational needs and disability for children and young people aged 0 to 25 and their parents/carers. Can direct children, young people and parents to additional advice and support. Services offered via email, telephone or face to face and through work with groups or in training. Can offer individual casework and representation.

Future Goals 2.0

Focuses on positive engagement with young people who are in years 5 to 10, specifically targeting pupils who are disengaged with education, disruptive at school, and who outside of school may be less inclined to complete homework, are inactive, have low self-esteem/self-worth or are at risk of making poor decisions. Project will deliver free positive and dedicated one-to-one mentoring support alongside group / class activities which will assist participants in six priority areas.

One-Eighty (Age 4-18)

An organisation which seeks to re-integrate vulnerable  young people back into education or back onto a positive journey with learning, through working on patterns of thinking, behaviours and emotions that hinder learning.

South Bucks Counselling

A team of skilled therapists with a variety of experiences, so they can provide the right person to work with those in need.


Talkback provides autism and learning disability support and service programmes designed around all key stages of life, to provide the opportunity for continued personal development.