WELCOME!

Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) Youth Service supports young people aged 11-21 years, living with long-term health conditions. #InspireEnableAchieve

GET INVOLVED!

Our weekly Youth Club enables young people to come together for peer support and for personal & social development, whilst taking part in a wide-range of activities.

GET INVOLVED!

Our Group Work Sessions are based upon young people’s interests & needs and enable peer support & social development. Accreditation units can also be gained from taking part.

CAN YOU HELP?

Support from local organisations enable us to offer many opportunities for young people. If you can support us in any way at all, please get in touch.

FUNDING

All of our programme of activities is provided through charitable funding, sponsorship and grants.  Big thanks to everyone who supports us, especially Nottingham Hospitals Charity who are our main supporter.

TESTIMONIALS

There are many benefits to getting involved with the Youth Service.  We have lots of feedback from young people, staff, volunteers and families about the work that we do.

LATEST NEWS!

Our annual report is now available to download!

Read all about our first year since our relaunch last July

Read more…

stay home booklet

We have created a Stay Home Booklet for you whilst our sessions are on hold.
Click below for more information and to download a copy…

 

GET INVOLVED!

Limited sessions:

You can still get involved in Youth Work activities at the moment! Our sessions are limited but click below to find out what we have happening each week:

WELCOME TO THE NUH YOUTH SERVICE …

Our award-winning Youth Service supports young people aged 11-21 years, living with a wide range of long-term health
conditions.

The Youth Service will:

INSPIRE
Young people to reach their potential

ENABLE
Young people to have a voice

ACHIEVE
Support young people to ACHIEVE

I have nothing but positive praise for the Youth Service. The staff are fantastic, motivated and supportive to both young people and parents.
Senior Renal Nurse
I really love the Youth Service – the best idea for teenagers in hospital!
Young person aged 15
I was really bored in hospital until I was told about the Youth Room. You don’t have to stay in bed being miserable, it’s great!
Young person aged 14
I have met loads of new friends and done stuff I would never imagined I would. Having a chronic condition does not have to hold you back!
Young person aged 16
I love the Youth Room so much! I can get away from it all when I feel swamped by medical stuff and I can just come and chill out in a place where people understand me.
Young person aged 16
I am proud to be part of a fantastic team who work well as a unit and make activities enjoyable for everyone.
Volunteer
Brilliant Youth Room – great people and very good at keeping me sane in this place!
Young person aged 15
The Youth Work course has been fantastic! I have learnt about new theories and skills to give me more confidence when working with young people.
Volunteer
Well done to all of you for recognising the needs of these young people and their families and developing a best practice initiative!
Consultant Paeditrician
Youth Club helps me to get away from everything and talk to people about any problems I am having. It’s great having my own space and time when I need it.
Young person aged 13

What is the

ASPIRE PROGRAMME?

…it’s for young people aged 11-19 years, living with long-term health conditions. It is designed to help you meet other young people, manage your health condition and develop life skills.

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