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Support for adopted young people
Being adopted can sometimes be challenging, not everyone understands what adoption is and how it may affect you. We've pulled together some information below on the support we can offer as well as some links to other services that you may find useful.
Young persons guide to adoption support
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ATV young people's groups
We hold a monthly social group for adopted young people aged eight or above. This provides a great opportunity for young people to meet others who have been adopted and form new friendships in a safe and supportive environment. To find out more about our young people's groups, call 01642 526400.
We understand that school can often be difficult for adopted young people, Leanne is our dedicated Educational Support Worker and can help families and young people to navigate any difficulties you may be having in school, you can read more about our education support offer here.
Links to other service providers:
DisrespectNobody: advice around healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Think U Know: helps young people and parents to understand online risks and what to do to keep safe.
Net Aware: a partnership between NSPCC and 02 - Net Aware provides a guide to the latest social apps, networks and games.
Child Criminal Exploitation
Fearless: non-judgmental advice and guidance about crime and criminality including gangs and county lines. A safe place to give information about crime 100% anonymously.