The Yellow House
The Yellow House
Challenging and changing lives. Daily support and development with seriously excluded young people on the outside of the system.
Working on a daily basis with young people - supporting young people in a holistic way to develop young people - providing a safe secure environment for those young people normally excluded from decision making to develop into active citizens and participate in all aspects of community life, including employment or further education - offering young people the opportunity to participate in major projects not only to develop their skills but also to develop as active citizens in today’s world - providing life skills support. Offering a safety net for young people who have fallen through the regular and statutory organisations and acting as a stepping stone at a vital time of their development , introducing them to new ideas, people, organisations and skills - to life, theatre, art, music, literature, travel, friendship, debate, discussions. Working in schools and local youth agencies on anti-name calling and anti-bullying and diversity workshops and then offering young people a place in Yellow House free from such name calling and bullying, providing active work with other young people from around Merseyside and from different cultural and diverse backgrounds to create an atmosphere of trust, honesty and developing together.
Planning, development and delivery of Projects, programmes and events at Yellow House, throughout Merseyside, aimed at the development of young people and those working with young people.
Yellow House is a vitally important stepping stone in today’s world between childhood and maturity, between school (especially Special Needs School) and employment or FE, between isolation, loneliness and friendship, where you can feel free to choose your own path and receive support (not ridicule or criticism) to make your own decisions.
The Yellow House aims to:
- To connect with excluded young people.To offer a safe an secure environment for personal development.
- To work on a daily basis developing anti-name calling and anti-bullying systems to enable the young people deal with major issues in their lives.
- To act as mentors for other young people through our work, theatre, films and activities at The Yellow House.
Established: April 1986
Registered Charity Number: 1025950
Board members: 11
Full time staff: 1
Phone number: 01517092091
Address: Room 602 Gostin's Buildings 32 - 36 Hanvoer Street Liverpool L1 4LNView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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