Connect

Services than can help young people connect with others in the community

Students at University of Hertfordshire

A YCH Services for Young People Access Point is a venue where young people aged 13 to 19 can access a wide range of services, including information, advice, guidance and support on education, work, training and volunteering, youth work projects and programmes, advice on drugs, finance, health, including sexual health, housing and much more.Click on the link to find out more about WGC Access Point

The YCH Breakout Project is for young people aged 13-17 with mild to moderate learning disabilities. It's a place where you can make friends, learn new skills, relax and have fun.Click on the link to find out more

YCH Services for Young People (YCH): supporting young people with having healthy, safe and appropriate relationships.

YCH delivers youth work projects, information, advice, guidance and work-related learning, under the new name of YCH Services for Young People (YCH).


YCH's Healthy Relationships Online Project enables young people to learn the important skills required to recognise and develop healthy relationships, make informed choices, and stay safe from exploitation. Through interactive and engaging workshops and activities, young people learn about a range of topics, including:

  • What is a safe and healthy relationship?
  •  Understanding consent
  •  Recognising exploitation and abuse
  •  How to stay safe online
  •  How to ask for help and the role of professionals
  •  How, when and where to seek support

To learn more or refer a young person, you can call 01992 588220, text 07860 065173 or email ych.welwynhatfield@hertfordshire.gov.uk