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Youth Unity CIC is a “not for profit” organisation established to provide effective help and support to vulnerable young people and adults affected by group violence (gangs), drugs and other forms of exploitation such as human trafficking, CSE and extremism.  We work successfully in close collaboration with statutory organisation, commissioned services and charities

We offer workshops, projects and training for young people and professionals

Our focus is Early Intervention and Early Identification of those ‘at risk’ from Gangs, Serious Youth Violence, Criminal Exploitation and associated vulnerability strands

Prevent | Prepare | Protect

GROOMSAFE

Youth Unity seeks to safeguard children and young adults against the dangers of specific manipulation whether it is sexual or criminally motivated.

We offer non-judgemental advice via motivational workshops, which we deliver to local schools, youth organisations and parents that have a distinct need to understand the complexity of processes such as ‘County Lines’ and Child Trafficking

Youth Unity CIC is a “not for profit” organisation established to provide effective help and support to vulnerable young people and adults affected by group violence (gangs), drugs and other forms of exploitation such as human trafficking, CSE and extremism.  We work successfully in close collaboration with statutory organisation, commissioned services and charities

We offer workshops, projects and training for young people and professionals

Our focus is Early Intervention and Early Identification of those ‘at risk’ from Gangs, Serious Youth Violence, Criminal Exploitation and associated vulnerability strands

Prevent | Prepare | Protect

GROOMSAFE

Youth Unity seeks to safeguard children and young adults against the dangers of specific manipulation whether it is sexual or criminally motivated.

We offer non-judgemental advice via motivational workshops, which we deliver to local schools, youth organisations and parents that have a distinct need to understand the complexity of processes such as ‘County Lines’ and Child Trafficking