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It’s national volunteer week this week so I’d like to say a BIG FAT thank you 🙏 to all of our fab volunteers who offer counselling for our young people; open up their homes to young people facing a homelessness crisis and help out in our Drop-in Centre. Then we’ve got the volunteers who help out behind the scenes with fundraising , finance , admin and even cutting the lawn ! And finally I want to thank our trustees who are all volunteers! You guys all do such valuable work and on behalf of all the young people you help , we’d like to tell you that you are officially STARS ⭐️ ... See more
Oh and I forgot...check out the Bucks Herald tomorrow as I'm told we are going to be on the front page... the start of the article is about the break in but then it talks about the services Youth Concern offers for young people and asks the local community for donations towards the repairs/replacements. Also they are going to publicise the fact that we are recruiting for new Nightstop hosts. Often some good can also come out of bad situations don't you think? Thanks Bucks Herald! ... See more
Good news guys.... we have finished the cleaning up process after the break in on Monday, with a little bit of help from our friends. So we can re-OPEN the Drop-in tomorrow... business as usual. Who's up for a BBQ on Thursday? ... See more
Due to a break in at the Uptown coffee bar , (our drop in centre and charity base) in the early hours of the morning , I regret to say we will have to CLOSE all day tomorrow whilst we start the clear up operation. Watch this space for info re Wednesday. ... See more
*There's a lot that happens around the world we can't control. We can't stop earthquakes, we can't prevent droughts, and we can't prevent all conflict, but when we know where the hungry, the homeless & the sick exist, then we can help. - Jan Schakowsky ... See more
It's so important to help our children look after their emotional wellbeing. Shockingly, nearly 100 children aged 10 - 14 have taken their own lives in the UK in the past decade according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek ... See more
It's #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek 2018. We can all raise awareness for mental illness by talking about it this week and the importance of thinking about mental health the same way we do physical health. We still need more support & help those suffering with mental health problems. ... See more
To all of you taking exams this week, good luck from everyone at Youth Concern and remember you can only do your best and your best is always good enough. Here are some top tips from exam survivors! #mhaw18 http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/zx7tb82 ... See more
The Mind Set - smart revision advice from exam survivors.
Thanks to all those charities and organisations who took the time out of their busy schedules to join us at Youth Concern to celebrate Mental Health Awareness week 2018. The theme this year is "stress at work" so we all looked at the challenges, what's working well and what we could do differently. And then everyone thought of one simple action they could take to prioritise their wellbeing and reduce stress at work! Let's keep the conversation going! ... See more
This week is all about bringing awareness to Mental Health and reducing the stigma. Please share #MentalHealthAwareness to get the hashtag out there! What are you doing this week for #MHAW18 ? We are looking at how to reduce stress in the workplace. ... See more
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