Targeted Youth Support Bolton

Service Description

Targeted Youth Support is a community based service. Our team works with young people 10-17 (and their families) who:

-get arrested by the police

-are arrested for a crime and receive an Out of Court Disposal

-are charged with a crime and have to go to court

-are convicted of a crime and are given a sentence

What do we do?

- We explain the process of going to court

- We make sure that the young people and families know what they need to do

- We support young people and families to plan for the future

- We provide interventions to reduce the risk of re-offending

- We supervise statutory court orders

Service Details

Catchment Area:

Bolton

Help Available:

Advice; Advocacy; Drop-in; Family support; Information; Signposting; Support (e.g. informal help)

For Ages:

10-17years

We Work With:

One to One , Groups , Families

Opening Times:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

We Work In These Places:

Home visit; In the community; School; Youth project

Contact

This service is not managed by the Anna Freud Centre unless specifically stated and you should use the below details to contact the service directly.

Telephone: 01204 331263

Website: https://www.bolton.gov.uk/youth-support/youth-offending

Address: Youth Offending Team Howell Croft North Ground Floor Bolton BL1 1QY

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Last Updated: 9th October 2020

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