Youth Support Centres provide young people aged 11 – 19, and up to 25 if you have special educational needs or disabilities, with a safe place to chill, catch up with friends, meet new people and most importantly have fun!
Youth Support Workers are there to make you feel welcome in the centre, to get to know you and your interests. You can talk to them about issues that are bothering you and can have a laugh with them. In the centre you will find fun and issue based activities, up to date information, advice and lots of support around anything you feel you could do with talking to someone about.
Our service is confidential so what you tell us won’t be passed on unless we feel you’re at risk.
We welcome new faces all the time so why not give one near you a try?
Youth support and information in Dalton and surrounding area.
Youth support and information in Eastwood and surrounding area.
Youth support and information in Herringthorpe and surrounding area.
Youth support and information in Kimberworth and surrounding area.
Youth support and information in Kiveton and surrounding area.
Youth support and information in Maltby and surrounding area.
Youth support and information in Rawmarsh and surrounding area.
Youth support and information in Swinton and surrounding area.
Youth support and information in Rotherham Town Centre.
Youth support and information in Treeton and surrounding area.
Youth support and information in Wath and surrounding area.
We want to hear your views and experiences with youth services in Rotherham, good or bad as part of a consultation on services for young people in Rotherham. We want to know what services and activities for young people you would like to see in Rotherham.
Rotherham Youth Cabinet have created a survey to capture your views. This will help shape Rotherham’s services for young people. The results will be published here on Youthi once the consultation has finished.
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger contact the police on 999 (in an emergency)
If it’s not an emergency you can contact the police on 101 or contact an IYSS worker if you are worried, concerned or scared.
If you are not comfortable with something you have seen or done online, you can report an incident to CEOP or contact an IYSS worker for advice.