Youth Hubs: Helping young people

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What are the Youth Hubs?

Youth Hubs are safe spaces helping young people have a real voice and speak openly about their experiences. They help each other by sharing the same situation and finding solutions to overcome their challenges.

Why not help others while having fun? We believe the best way to help others is by having an unforgettable day! We have prepared for young people numerous and amazing activities to have an amazing evening with us!

To download our Youth Hub leafllet please click here.

Don’t worry about the transport or getting hungry on the way. We cover all travel expenses for young people and provide refreshments, snacks, and delicious pizza!

Looking for reasons to come? Check out what others said about our YouthHub.

Hubs are held on Wednesdays at Mea House, Ellison Place, Newcastle 5pm – 7pm.

Contact Us to let us know you’re coming.

Next dates are:

July 3rd, 17th and 31st

August 14th and 28th

September 11th and 25th

October 9th and 23rd

All information you need

For many young people, talking about their problems can help, but it is not always enough. They need professional support. At YHNE we want to give all young people the help they need to overcome their challenges such as mental health issues, drugs or alcohol abuse.

Each of the following topics offers young people useful tips and advice for daily life situations that help to improve their situations:

Health and Wellbeing

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What we are doing to help young people?

We are working together across the country with national charities to conduct the youth homeless parliament for young vulnerable people. These sessions give young people between 14 and 25 years old the space to have a real voice and speak up about their issues and challenges.

This is a unique opportunity for young people to show the UK parliament the real challenges and issues that are affecting young people at risk of homelessness in the country.

If you are between 14-25 years old and feel that you want to talk to someone or you are worried about issues such as homelessness, we are here for you. To join our sessions please email us at or contact us on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Youth Hubs: Helping young people January 18, 2019


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Contact Us:

Youth Homeless North East
MEA House
Ellison Place
Newcastle upon Tyne

Tel: 0191 255 1911


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