About Step2 in Hebden Bridge
Wednesday, 1 December 2010
Who we are
Step2 is based in the Upper Valley area of Calderdale. The project started in April 2009 and is supported by Government funding. The project is managed by Lifeline Project Ltd, a national drugs charity.
What we do
Our aim is to reduce anti-social behaviour, including street drinking by offering positive alternatives. We hope to build bridges between young people and other local residents through events, activities and volunteering. We work with young people, families and local residents to develop positive activities and opportunities for local people.
What the young people can do
There are different ways you could get involved in Step2 whether you're a young person or a member of the community.
Community project: Start your own community project running positive activities for young people aged 10-19 years; Football, music production, Street dance, photography, gym, filming, boxing and many more...
One-2-One support; Individual support is available for young people around health, housing, education, trianing, employment and more; Information and advice, signposting and referral, drugs and alcohol support through our Branching Out service
Community Leadership & Volunteering: Training and accreditation for young people and adults who wamt support, run or manage an activity as part of the community project or in the community. Free training will be provided for example; First Aid, Arts Award, Community Leadership OCN, Community Sports Leadership Award amd others to meet your needs
36 Bridge Gate
See PF & Step2 (Calderdale) Facebook Group
See Autumn programme