Central Bedfordshire Council launch online resource with advice and support for young people

Young Central Bedfordshire provides advice and guidance aimed at young people aged 11-18 years old

Central Bedfordshire Council has created a new online resource for young people. Young Central Bedfordshire provides advice and guidance aimed at young people aged 11-18 years old. It can help them to find information on relationships and sex, emotional health, wellbeing, drugs and alcohol.

The online resource also provides a route to other additional services. Such events and activities happening in Central Bedfordshire, and education, training and employment, and links to the Council’s Find Your Future website, Youth Support Service and other organisations.

Central Bedfordshire Council executive member for Families, Education and Children, Cllr Sue Clark, said:

“There is a huge amount of information online for young people, but sometimes it can be hard to know where to turn for information that is reliable.

“That’s why we’ve created the Young Central Bedfordshire online resource, to provide young people aged between 11-18 years old with advice, support and guidance, all in one place.

“We’ve consulted young people and organisations who work with young people to compile and curate some of the most trusted sources of information on issues such as keeping safe, relationships and sex, and emotional health and wellbeing.”

Log on to Young Central Bedfordshire at: Youth Services.