Youth hubs

We are proposing changes to the way we use our buildings to deliver some of our community services and we would like to hear your views on our proposals. Find out more and take part in our consultation.

We have a number of places for young people to come and meet friends and hang out, with lots of things going on. You can also drop in and meet with local advisers and get specialist support.

Come and talk to us

We are happy to talk to you about anything you need support and advice on. It could be you need advice on education, employment and training, sexual health advice or where to get condoms. Whatever your needs we are here to help. If the person best suited to help you isn't available, we can make an appointment for you to meet with them - you might need to fill in a referral form.

If you just want a place to 'be', then that is OK too. The type of people you may meet include:

  • counsellors
  • CXK personal advisors
  • drug and alcohol workers
  • early help family support workers
  • education welfare officers
  • mental health and wellbeing support workers
  • sexual health advisors
  • training providers
  • workers from other support services
  • youth offending officers
  • youth workers.

Become a member

If you are interested in becoming a member of your local youth hub please complete the application form below or visit your nearest hub to speak to a member of the team, and they will help you complete the form.

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Your local youth hub

See what activities are happening and how you can become involved in your local youth hub.

Find your local youth hub

Online youth services

Some youth services are available online, including opportunities for you to talk to youth workers and friends, as well as lots of new activities for you to try.

Find out about online youth services.

Safety Pin

As part of our work with young people in and around Kent, we, alongside Tonbridge and Malling Forum, Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council, Angel Lane and Kent and Medway VRU have come together to bring you the Safety Pin campaign. The name was chosen by all young people involved.

If you need emergency support and your local youth hub isn't open, you can talk to others. Whether you need support with your mental health, domestic abuse or homelessness, there is help out there for you:

You can also find additional support for the above and other topics such as; bullying, child protection, health, pregnancy and youth clubs on our community directory.

Visit our community directory