Tomorrow’s Young Women offers young women aged 14 to 17 support, workshops, and activities to make positive lifestyle choices and offer support with issues in areas such as healthy relationships, alcohol and substance misuse, and mental health.
Do you need to have a chat about your mental health and your feelings?
Want some advice about your relationship – maybe something does not feel right or you are feeling controlled?
Are you ready to start looking to your future and want some practical support with training and next steps?
Tomorrow’s Young Women is open Monday evenings 4:30pm to 6pm at the Tomorrow’s Women: Wirral centre, where you can meet with a team member in person or chat over the phone for initial registration, and then have full access to the project.
The scheme is being funded by Merseyside Police’s Project Medusa, a Merseyside-led initiative set up to tackle County Lines drug dealing and child criminal exploitation, and as such will focus specifically on raising awareness of County Lines and supporting young women who are being exploited in a safe space.
Who is this aimed at?
Girls aged between 14 and 17 years.
Tomorrow's Women Wirral, St Laurence's Old School Site, Beckwith Street East, Birkenhead, CH41 3JE
4:30pm to 6pm
How to get involved
We encourage any female to pop along where they will be welcomed. Please feel free to phone or email to ask about any classes or activities.
Phone: 0151 647 7907
For further information
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