Youth Realities is a youth-led organisation based in Barnet, addressing teenage relationship abuse through creative education and specialist, survivor-centred support.
We are on a mission to educate, empower and support young people to feel happier, healthier and safer; through youth-centred creativity, empathy and healing.
Reduce abuse within teenage relationships
Increase awareness of relationship abuse & challenge behaviour through education
Empower young people’s personal development & growth
Provide advocacy and trusted support for young survivors
We offer free, weekly 1:1 support & advocacy to young survivors of abuse, violence, adversity, at-risk of social or academic exclusion and in need of creative and specialist guidance.
Our team of trained Youth Support Workers will engage the young survivors in a range of emotional wellbeing work, advocacy and provide a safe space to learn, reflect, heal and grow through their experiences.
Our support can be based from our office space in Colindale, in the local community or in educational spaces.
Book our specialist half or full day healthy relationships workshops, focused on raising awareness, understanding power structures, consent, respect and how to access support for relationship abuse.
Our trained team of Youth Facilitators (aged 16-25) lead on delivering our creative, informative and inclusive session that uses drama and art to explore healthy and safe relationships.
For prices and further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Deepin Dance is a free, fun and non-compeitive dance space for young women aged 12-25, based at Unitas Youth Zone, HA8 0DT.
The weekly afro & street dance sessions combine fitness with empowerment and engage the group in a range of confidence building skills, workshops and opportunities, including fortnightly wellbeing workshops & training!
Young women can drop in or be professionally referred. For more information, contact us!