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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

The Proud Trust is now operating digitally, as we make significant changes to how we operate in this time of international concern.

All youth groups and 1-1s (face-to-face contact) are not running in their usual venues and are being delivered virtually instead.

Our LGBT+ Centre is closed, but in the interim period we're running a Virtual LGBT+ Centre. Details of upcoming events with how to book can be found here.

Our face to face training is also postponed, but some courses have moved virtual. Information on upcoming virtual training, can be found here.

Youth workers will be sending out Google Hangout links for our group work and 1-1 support. Please contact us if you have any questions.

We are still here for you and all LGBT+ young people.

Please share this with young people or colleagues where relevant.

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24th April 2018

Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council

www.rochdale.gov.uk

 

24th April 2018

Connections Trust

www.rochdaleonline.co.uk/sites/rochdale-connections-trust

Rochdale Connections Trust (RCT) provides:
• One to one mentoring.
• Drop in facilities to promote socialisation
• Help with building confidence and raising self esteem
• Steering young people away from offending behaviour
• Support with problems at home, (domestic violence, parents using drugs or excessive alcohol, neglect, social isolation, not getting along with parent’s new partner etc).
• Support for parents including addressing the issues/barriers to work.
• Freedom course which is aimed at women to prepare them to identify potential abusive relationships.

24th April 2018

Early Break

www.earlybreak.co.uk

Charity offering free information, advice and support for young people and families with substance misuse related issues
24th April 2018

Safer Person Project

www.theproudtrust.org/training-and-education/workshops-for-schools/safer-person-project

The Safer Person Project is a course for young people that builds up key skills in supporting their friends. These skills will equip them to be better friends generally, as well as offering young people who participate an opportunity to explore a variety of topics. During the course young people will also learn what support is available in the local area.

24th April 2018

Royal Exchange Theatre

www.royalexchange.co.uk

Housed in one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, you need only step inside to begin a journey into the world of the Royal Exchange Theatre. Come on in, see what makes us tick and share in our excitement for the future.

24th April 2018

Environment Agency

www.gov.uk/government/organisations/environment-agency

We work to create better places for people and wildlife, and support sustainable development.

24th April 2018

Gaddum Centre

www.gaddumcentre.co.uk

We work with children, adults and families, and offer a range of services, listening, advising and supporting them to a better tomorrow.

24th April 2018

The Empowerment People

www.empowermentpeople.org.uk

The EMPOWERMENT PEOPLE is an ethical company (number 08586155) set up by people who are passionate about equality and equal opportunities for everyone.

24th April 2018

Young Womens’ Health Project

A group run by and for young lesbian, bisexual and pansexual women aged 14-25, aiming to improve physical, emotional, self care, social awarness and well being.

24th April 2018

Frodsham Youth Association

www.facebook.com/frodshamya

Youth club for young people aged 8-19 from Frodsham and the surrounding areas. Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday nights plus a monthly teenage market and an LGBT group.

24th April 2018

3 Circles Fostering

www.threecirclesfostering.com

Three Circles Fostering is an independent fostering agency in the North West and was established by individuals who have a wealth of professional experience in both social work and education. We believe that every child should live in a nurturing and supportive family who will keep them safe and encourage them to realise their dreams.

11th July 2016

Feminist Webs

feministwebs.com

Feminist Webs is both an online and real-world ‘women and girls work space’ that acts as an archive and a resource for practitioners, volunteers and young women involved in youth and community work with young women. Our bias is toward work which encourages participation and is from a perspective that focuses on women’s rights and experiences. We pride ourselves on working across the generations in everything we do, and include people in many communities in our work, including people of all races, sexualities, classes, faiths (and of no faith), academics, practitioners, and everyday people who want to see a better world for women.