Coronavirus update for young people

8th June 2021

As introduce a new website, we wanted to provide updated information for young people about our work in light of covid restrictions.

We are working to keep delivering services to young people with as little disruption as possible. We offer face to face work where possible, working safely all the time, and taking into account the needs and preferences of young people.

We have and will continue to follow most recent government advice regarding delivery of services, and safe working practice.

Our Kingsley Hall and MAPS office remains open. Our Patchway our office opening times are Mon-Fri 9-4:30pm. We ask that you do not attend if you are unwell or have been advised to self-isolate.

We’re offering a lot of our online activities and groupwork. You can find them here.

If you’re concerned, please get in touch with your Support Worker. You can contact our general office on: 0117 317 8800 (and if you have any questions.

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