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  • ACHIEVE - FAQ | THE WARREN YOUTH PROJECT | HULL, ENGLAND

    ¡Bienvenido a Alcanzar! Le adjunto algunas Preguntas Frecuentes e información sobre su primera cita. ¿A qué te dedicas? Achieve es un proyecto de progresión a medida, diseñado para ayudarte a llegar a donde te gustaría estar. Somos un proyecto diferente: lo ayudamos a determinar sus objetivos, desarrollar su confianza, obtener calificaciones y encontrar sus próximos pasos. Ya sea que desee ingresar a la universidad o a la educación superior, completar una pasantía o un aprendizaje remunerado, o simplemente obtener un empleo, Achieve es el lugar para estar. También ofrecemos ayuda con la redacción y mejora de CV, habilidades para entrevistas y cursos para desarrollar sus habilidades. Podemos ayudarlo a señalarlo con información y orientación profesional realmente útil, ayudándolo a ver cuáles deben ser sus próximos pasos y construyendo su confianza en el camino. También ofrecemos una gran cantidad de actividades divertidas y emocionantes para fortalecer el trabajo en equipo, según lo que le gustaría hacer. Achieve es consciente de que COVID-19 puede ser estresante para usted, por lo que estamos comprometidos a ayudarlo a encontrar empleo o educación de una manera que lo mantenga seguro de acuerdo con la situación actual. En la actualidad, puede trabajar con nosotros de forma remota durante estos tiempos difíciles. ¿En qué te basas? Por lo general, estamos ubicados en el centro de la ciudad de Hull, justo enfrente del edificio de la BBC y las fuentes de Queens Gardens. Nuestra dirección es: el proyecto lograr, el Centro Warren, Cámaras del muelle de Queens, Avenida del muelle de Queens 47-49, Cáscara, HU1 3DR. Nuestra oficina está en el último piso, así que si subes las escaleras no te puedes perder. Sin embargo, debido a la situación actual con CODID-19, ahora estamos trabajando de forma remota. Todavía podemos hacer casi todo lo que solemos hacer, pero de una manera diferente, incluido el soporte por correo electrónico, el aprendizaje en línea o las citas digitales/telefónicas para satisfacer sus necesidades. Con quien trabajas? Nuestra financiación significa que podemos apoyar a cualquier persona que cumpla con estos 3 criterios: Debe tener: entre 15 y 29 años de edad; vivir en un código postal de Hull (HU1-HU9); y no en el empleo, la educación o la formación. ¿Tengo que llevar algo? Si tiene alguna identificación, como un pasaporte, tráigala. Si también tiene una carta que muestre su dirección (como la de recibir un beneficio, como la carta del médico, la factura o la carta del banco), ¡eso también sería muy útil! Si desea ver un CV, envíelo por correo electrónico o tráigalo con usted. Durante el confinamiento, podemos solicitar ver una copia o fotografía de esta identificación por correo electrónico. No vendemos ni usamos su información: ¡esto es para verificar quién es usted para nuestra financiación! ¿Que deberia vestir? No cocodrilos. Hablando en serio, ponte lo que quieras. Lograr es informal, y nuestras citas son charlas en lugar de entrevistas, así que venga con su ropa habitual. ¡Durante el confinamiento, incluso puedes usar tu pijama si lo deseas! Nunca sabremos… ¿Qué pasa si no puedo asistir o tengo más preguntas? Háganos saber si necesita cambiar su cita. Puede ponerse en contacto a través de: Llamar: 01482 219357 Correo electrónico: heidivictoria@thewarren.org (o envíe un correo electrónico a quien sea su trabajador) Móvil (llamada o texto): 07455455851. Mensajero de Facebook: @achieveprojecthull ¿Tengo que trabajar en grupo? No. Puedes trabajar como mejor te parezca: en grupos si lo deseas, uno a uno o como prefieras. Nuestra oficina puede estar ocupada, por lo que si tiene necesidades adicionales o desea un espacio tranquilo para citas, háganoslo saber. ¿Dónde puedo obtener más información? Puede consultar actualizaciones, reseñas y noticias en nuestra página de Facebook, o encontrarnos en nuestro sitio web aquí: http://thewarren.org/theachieveproject.php Humber Learning Consortium es el socio principal de la asociación Springboard Hull y Humber proyecto, brindando apoyo especializado y capacitación para que los jóvenes accedan al trabajo y al aprendizaje. Esta actividad está parcialmente financiada por la Unión Europea a través del Fondo Social Europeo y la Juventud Iniciativa de Empleo y This-Ability en nombre del Fondo Comunitario de la Lotería Nacional.

  • COUNSELLING | THE WARREN YOUTH PROJECT | HULL, ENGLAND

    Ofrecemos un espacio realmente flexible donde puede desahogarse, hablar sobre las cosas que tiene en mente, sentarse y relajarse, ser visto y escuchado. Si está teniendo un día difícil y necesita alguien con quien hablar, estamos aquí para ayudarlo. Puede acceder a nosotros de forma espontánea si tiene dificultades y necesita hablar o puede reservar una cita. Puede tener una sesión única o hacer algo semanalmente o puede venir si se siente abrumado y solo quiere descargar en el momento. Trabajamos de una manera centrada en la persona, lo que significa que queremos facilitar su capacidad para ser lo mejor posible. Le permite explorar sus propias fortalezas e identidad personal. El consejero centrado en la persona no le dirá qué hacer. Creemos que los jóvenes son increíblemente ingeniosos y que, en un entorno seguro y respetuoso, pueden utilizar estos recursos para explorar y comprender sus problemas y lograr un cambio positivo. La consejería la diriges tú y puedes traer lo que quieras hablar a las sesiones. Lo ayudaremos a explorar sus sentimientos, problemas, comportamientos y visión del mundo para que pueda volverse más consciente de sí mismo y obtener una mayor independencia. Si desea reservar una cita, póngase en contacto con nosotros en el número proporcionado. Aquí hay algunos contactos más útiles si necesita hablar con alguien y no estamos disponibles:

  • SAFEGUARDING ADULTS | The Warren

    The Warren of Hull Ltd Safeguarding Adult's Policy and Procedures 1. STATEMENT The Warren takes its responsibility seriously to promote safeguarding within our organisation and with any vulnerable groups that we work with. We aim to safeguard adults by: Ensuring that all of our staff are carefully selected and trained to ensure their awareness of safeguarding issues relating to adults. Having a Safeguarding Adult policy and procedure which is clearly understood, so that any member of staff or trustee has an appreciation of the appropriate guidance to follow, should a concern be raised. Reviewing our Safeguarding Adult policy and procedure annually in order to ensure it is in line with national and local policy. This will be done as part of our ongoing practice of annual reviewing of all policies. Ensuring that dedicated officers are appointed, to hold a specific role in relation to advising The Warren staff and volunteers, whereby advice and a clear course of action can be offered in relation to any safeguarding adult concerns. In the event of the lead officer not being available at the time the issue arises, deputy lead officers will be appointed and will deputise in this role for advice and guidance. If both officers are unavailable, and the situation warrants a swift response, the matter will be referred directly to the relevant local Safeguarding Adult Team. Ensuring that paid staff and volunteers who work closely with vulnerable adults and their carers, develop practice which ensures they know how to report their concerns about a vulnerable adult, staff member or volunteer. This will be achieved by ensuring an appropriate induction is carried out, which will include information on our Safeguarding Adult policies and procedures. 2. POLICY GUIDANCE Additionally, this Safeguarding Adult policy, procedures and guidance should be read and cross referenced in conjunction with the following Warren policies and procedures: Safeguarding Children Confidentiality Health and Safety Discipline and Grievance Whistle blowing Complaints Equal Opportunities Data Protection ‘No Secrets’[1] is the national policy and procedure guidance which strongly influences all local guidance and consequently underpins this The Warren Safeguarding Adult policy and procedure. 3. DEFINING WHO IS AT RISK AND IN WHAT WAY We are committed to ensure that staff, volunteers, trustees and networks are fully informed in regards to defining the parameters surrounding the Safeguarding Adult agenda. 3.1. Which Adults are Vulnerable? All adults are potentially victims of crime or abuse, but not all adults are vulnerable. A vulnerable adult is defined as a person aged 18 years and over: “who is or may be in need of community care services by reason of mental or other disability, age or illness; and who is or may be unable to take care of him or herself, or unable to protect him or herself against significant harm or exploitation” The definition outlined above relates to abuse or neglect experienced by vulnerable adults no matter their age or living arrangements and includes those who are in receipt of Social Care arrangements as well as those who are not. Significant harm refers to: “ill treatment (including sexual abuse and forms of ill treatment that are not physical: the impairment of, or an avoidable deterioration in, physical or mental health and the impairment or physical, emotional, social or behavioural development” 3.2. What Constitutes Abuse? “Abuse is a violation of an individual’s human and civil rights by any other person or persons” No Secrets, 2006 (DoH) ​ Department of Health (2006). No Secrets: Guidance on developing and implementing multi-agency policies and procedures to protect vulnerable adults from abuse. For more information visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/no-secrets-guidance-on-protecting-vulnerable-adults-in-care Types of abuse include: physical abuse, including hitting, slapping, punching, burning, pushing, kicking, misuse of medicine, restraint, or inappropriate sanctions sexual abuse, including rape, sexual or indecent assault, inappropriate touching or sexual acts to which the vulnerable adult has not consented, or could not consent or was pressured into consenting psychological abuse, including emotional abuse, belittling, threats of harm or abandonment, deprivation of contact, humiliation, name calling and blaming, controlling, intimidation, coercion, harassment, verbal abuse, isolation or withdrawal from services or supportive networks financial or material abuse, including theft, fraud, exploitation, pressure in connection with wills, property or inheritance or financial transactions, or the misuse or misappropriation of property neglect and acts of omission , including ignoring medical or physical care needs, failure to provide access to appropriate health, social care or educational services, the withholding of the necessities of life, such as medication, adequate nutrition and heating and leaving in soiled clothes discriminatory abuse, including racist and sexist abuse based on a person’s disability and other forms of harassment Institutional , which usually relates to practices adopted in care settings, including poor care standards, inadequately trained staff, under-resourced facilities, unsupervised staff, where staff work in isolation or have little support from managers, rigid routines and lack of positive responses to complex care needs Abuse may be carried out deliberately or unknowingly and maybe a single act or repeated acts. People who behave abusively come from all backgrounds and walks of life. They may be doctors, nurses, social workers, advocates, staff members, volunteers or others in a position of trust. They may also be relatives, friends, neighbours or people who use the same services as the person experiencing abuse. 3.3. Who May Potential Abusers Be? Vulnerable adult(s) may be abused by a wide range of people including relatives and family members, professional staff, paid care workers, volunteers, other services users, neighbours, friends and associates, people who deliberately exploit vulnerable people and strangers. 3.4. In What Circumstances can Abuse Occur? Abuse can take place in any context. It may occur when a vulnerable adult lives alone or with a relative; it may also occur within nursing, residential or day care settings, in hospitals, custodial situations, support services into people’s own homes, and other places previously assumed safe, or in public places. 3.5. Patterns of Abuse Patterns of abuse and abusing vary and reflect very different dynamics. These include: Serial abusing in which the perpetrator seeks out and ‘grooms’ vulnerable individuals. Sexual abuse usually falls into this pattern as do some forms of financial abuse Long term abuse in the context of an ongoing family relationship such as domestic violence between spouses or generations Opportunistic abuse such as theft occurring because money has been left around Situational abuse which arises because pressures have been built up and/or because of difficult or challenging behaviour; Neglect of a person’s needs because those around him or her are not able to be responsible for their care, for example if the carer has difficulties attributable to such issues as debt, alcohol or mental health problems; Unacceptable ‘treatments’ or programmes which include sanctions or punishment such as withholding of food and drink, seclusion, unnecessary and unauthorised use of control and restraint Failure of agencies to ensure staff receive appropriate guidance on anti-racist and anti-discriminatory practice Failure to access key services such as health care, dentistry, prostheses Misappropriation of benefits and/or use of the persons money by other members of the household Fraud or intimidation in connection with wills, property or other assets. 4. MANAGING THE DISCLOSURE OF ABUSE AND MAKING A REFFERAL The Warren recognises that we have a duty to act on reports, or suspicions of abuse/neglect, including allegations made against paid staff or volunteers. This will be done in conjunction with and guidance from, the relevant Safeguarding Adult Team. This section sets out and offers guidance on how to manage a disclosure and how to make a referral. It presents information on referral routes as provided by the relevant Safeguarding Adult Board and offers up to date information. This will enable The Warren through the process of dealing with allegations, when receiving a disclosure of abuse, gaining consent and making a referral. 4.1. Receiving a Disclosure If organisations working with The Warren are in a position where adults may disclose abuse has occurred or raise concerns that abuse might happen, it is important that they understand the basic principles of managing such a situation.The following procedure is taken from Appendix 1: Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire Safeguarding Adults Boards, which as well as offering guidance, acts as an example to those staff members who operate outside of the Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire area. Details of precise referral procedures for each distinct area can be found by contacting your local Safeguarding Children Board. If a disclosure is made, the person receiving the disclosure should: Step 1: Remain calm and non-judgemental Take whatever action is required to ensure the immediate safety or medical welfare of the adult Do not discourage from disclosure Use active listening Remain sympathetic and attentive Give reassurance but do not press for more detail or make promises that cannot be kept Step 2: Clarify main facts, summarising what has been disclosed to you Explain that you cannot keep information about alleged or suspected abuse confidential Remain sensitive Explain that a named safeguarding adults officer must be informed Seek the person’s consent to share this information Offer future support from yourself or others Step 3: Take all reasonable steps to ensure that the adult is in no immediate danger of further harm Make a complete and accurate record of events as soon as possible Record facts not opinions, use person’s own words, record date, time and sign Preserve evidence named safeguarding adults officer or other appropriate manager must be informed as soon as possible Step 4: Relatives of the victim should not be automatically be informed if the victim is able to consent unless they so wish If the victim lacks capacity the decision to share information with family, friends or significant others should be made by relevant manager following consultation with the lead agency i.e. Social Services or Police Informed consent should be obtained but it may be necessary to override this if there are other vulnerable adults at risk i.e. in a residential setting/hospital ward Information must always be shared on a need to know basis It is appropriate for agencies to give assurances of confidentiality where there are concerns of alleged or suspected abuse If the alleged abuser is a family member or friend they should not be contacted at this stage Step 5: The named safeguarding adults officer must, upon receiving information regarding an allegation or suspicions of abuse, check that: The adult’s immediate needs are being met, and that there is no risk of further harm If necessary, medical assistance has been sought The facts and circumstances are clear, but avoid unnecessary discussion with the victim A report has been made to the Police if a criminal offence is selected or alleged Relevant alerter forms can be accessed by contact the local Safeguarding Adults Board 4.2. The Referral Process Action to be taken if someone reports/discloses abuse of a vulnerable adult Ensure the person’s immediate safety and medical welfare Listen, be attentive and sympathetic but do not discourage or press for more detail Clarify and summarise Remain sensitive – don’t make promises that cannot be kept Explain that a Named Safeguarding Adult Officer must be informed – unless they are the alleged abuser Make a complete, factual and accurate record of what you have been told Record time, date and then sign Pass to Named Safeguarding Adult Officer immediately or as soon as possible Named Safeguarding Adult Officer will: Ensure the safety and welfare of the person who has disclosed the alleged abuse Report the alleged abuse to the police or social services care management team (within 24 hours) or emergency duty team Send alerter form to the relevant Safeguarding Adult Team and discuss with them the intention to implement the agencies disciplinary process if appropriate Consider a referral to POVA list Complete accident record if appropriate Liaise with family/other agencies etc as appropriate Consider Issues of consent The Warren recognises that it is important to act swiftly and to avoid delay in making a referral. Information on who to contact can be found via the Local Safeguarding Adults Teams/Board websites in Appendix A. 4.3. Consent and Capacity The Warren recognises the importance of gaining consent within its vulnerable adult policies and procedures. The types of consent within vulnerable adult’s procedures may include consent to an investigation and to information being shared. If a disclosure of alleged abuse is received The Warren will ensure that consent is gained to refer or report the incident. If an individual agrees to share information about them to others, they have given consent. However, if individuals do not consent, then on occasions this has to be accepted. Equally The Warren agree that there will be occasions where decisions not to consent can be overridden. It may be that sometimes an individual is not able to give informed consent because they lack capacity. Support and guidance on consent and capacity can be accessed by contacting the local Safeguarding Adults Board. 5. The Warren CODE OF PRACTICE Due to the nature of The Warren’s work with vulnerable adults, the following people are nominated as Safeguarding Adults Officers: Designated Officer: Janet Leonard Contact Tel: 01482 218115 Deputy Officer: JJ Tatten Contact Tel: 01482 218115 The Warren staff and trustees should be aware of new areas of knowledge concerning safeguarding practices dedicated to vulnerable adults and ensure they have received at least introductory/awareness raising training in safeguarding adults. The Warren is committed to minimising and preventing abuse and recognises the importance of safe recruitment policies and practices for paid staff, volunteers and trustees. It is important when recruiting paid staff and volunteers to adhere to The Warren’s recruitment policy. It is important to be robust in emphasising appropriate safeguarding measures when screening potential staff and volunteers to work with vulnerable adults. These will include: All paid staff and volunteers with access to vulnerable adults or with access to sensitive information will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check with potential barred list check dependent upon role Staff and volunteers working with vulnerable adults will undertake Basic Awareness Safeguarding Adult training All staff to read and understand the Safeguarding Adult Policy and for this to be reviewed to ensure up-to-date knowledge Application forms for employment and for volunteer work to include details of previous employment, any convictions for criminal offences (including spent convictions), agreement for enhanced DBS checks, permission to contact two referees, including their current or most recent employer (which should be taken up.) The potential staff member/volunteer will be interviewed for their suitability for any vacant post Staff and volunteers will be subject to a probationary period (3-6 months) during which they will be supervised and overseen by a manager Staff and volunteers will have a period of induction where they will complete any induction training The Warren’s current model of meeting with the team, understanding roles and responsibilities and awareness of the current policies will be helpful in fulfilling this requirement. 5.1. Managing and Reviewing the Policy The Warren will ensure that the Safeguarding Adults policy and procedures are reviewed annually. The named Safeguarding Adults Officers will be involved in this process and can recommend any changes. The named Safeguarding Adults Officers will also ensure that any changes are clearly communicated to staff, volunteers and service users. 6. USEFUL INFORMATION 6.1. Disclosure and Barring Service[2] The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups, including children. It replaces the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA). DBS are responsible for: processing requests for criminal records checks deciding whether it is appropriate for a person to be placed on or removed from a barred list placing or removing people from the DBS children’s barred list and adults’ barred list for England, Wales and Northern Ireland ​ 6.2. DBS (formerly CRB) Checks ​ DBS search police records and, in relevant cases, barred list information, and then issue a DBS certificate to the applicant. DBS recognise that information released on DBS certificates can be extremely sensitive and personal. Therefore a code of practice for recipients of criminal record information has been developed to ensure that any information they get is handled fairly and used properly. A list of guidance documents about the DBS checking service is available on this website. For more information go to: ​ https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/disclosure-and-barring-service/about 6.3 Safeguarding Adults Boards Each Safeguarding Adults Board aims to: Co‐ordinate local work to safeguard and promote welfare of adults Develop policies and procedures for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of adults Participate in the planning of services Communicate the need to safeguard and promote the welfare of adults Focus on the core protection agenda of ‘working together on the prevention, identification, investigation and treatment of the abuse of vulnerable adults’. Additionally, they monitor the effectiveness of what is done to safeguard and promote the welfare of adults. Each Safeguarding Adults Board agrees to carry out its work in such a way as to improve the outcomes agreed in the White Paper (Our Health, Our Care, Our Say)[3] , particularly; ​ Outcome 5: Freedom from discrimination and harassment: equal access to services without hindrance from discrimination or prejudice; they feel safe and are safeguarded from harm. Outcome 7: Personal Dignity and Respect: not being subject to abuse. Keeping clean and comfortable, enjoying a clean and orderly environment. Availability of appropriate personal care. Each Safeguarding Adult Board supports the principles in the ‘Multi‐agency policy for each locality’ which includes: ​ Work toward meeting the standards in Safeguarding Adults (ADASS guidance 2005)[4] Implement recommendations in ‘No Secrets’(DOH 2000) Develop an outcomes framework based on these principles [3] Department of Health (2006). Our Health, Our Care, Our Say: A new direction for community services [4] ADASS (2005). Safeguarding Adults: A National Framework of Standards for good practice and outcomes in adult protection work, ‘Safeguarding Adults’ Network” 7. Prevent Duty From July 1st 2015 and as part of the Safeguarding and Prevent Duty all staff, contract providers and colleagues have a duty to demonstrate and help develop values which underpin an awareness of social and moral responsibility in modern Britain. The Prevent Strategy published by the Government in 2011, as part of the overall counter-terrorism strategy, CONTEST, places a duty on certain bodies to give “due regard to reduce the threat to the UK by preventing people from being drawn into terrorism”. The Prevent Strategy has three specific objectives: Respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism Prevent people from being drawn into terrorism by ensuring they are giving appropriate advice and support; and Work in partnership where there are risks of radicalisation and extremism that need to be addressed The inclusion of sector-specific guidance sets out three themes: Leadership – ensure staff and contract delivery partners implement the duty effectively Working in partnership- prevent depends of effective collaboration of all concerned parties to demonstrate effective compliance Capabilities- ensure staff are provided with appropriate training for the implementation of the duty to exemplify British values in their general behaviours, supporting opportunities to learn, educate and challenge extremist ideas What is extremism? Extremism is defined as “vocal or active opposition to fundamental British values, including democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs.” British values – therefore are defined as “democracy” and refer to everyone being expected to encourage respect to other people, taking particular regard to the protected characteristics set out in the Equality Act 2010. Further details can be found at: ​ http://www.gov.uk/government/publications/prevent-duty-guidance Prevent support for Education & Training providers can also be found at: http://www.preventforfeandtraining.org.uk/p-useful-links Risk Assessment Robust policies and procedures to identify risk must be in place to ensure that all sub- contractors are made aware of the Prevent Duty and are not inadvertently funding extremist organisations. “Channel” and the Referral Guidance Compliance with the duty requires all the concerned parties to undertake Prevent awareness training and any other training to be able to recognise vulnerability of those being potentially drawn into terrorism, and be aware of what action to take in response. This will include an understanding of when to make referrals to the “Channel” programme and where to access additional advice and support. Details can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/channel-guidance Humberside Channel Information Humberside Channel Referral Form ​ Appendix A It is important that all people responsible for Safeguarding Adults within their voluntary sector group or organisation, is aware of who to contact in case of making a referral or any other matter relating to keeping vulnerable adults safe. A wide range of information, including useful contacts, is available via the following websites, therefore all Voluntary Sector Safeguarding Adults Officers should familiarise themselves with their local Safeguarding Adults teams/boards by visiting the websites and keeping copies of useful information to hand. Local Safeguarding Adults Teams Contact Details The Safeguarding Adults Teams provide information and advice to the general public and health and social care professionals about abuse of vulnerable adults. It also provides a central team which receives referrals/alerters about suspected abuse and coordinates any investigation. Hull Safeguarding Adult Team Tel: 01482 300 300/616092 Out of hours: Tel 01482 300304 www.hullcc.gov.uk/portal/page?_pageid=221,105040&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL Hull Safeguarding Adults Partnership Board http://www.safeguardingadultshull.com/ ​ East Riding of Yorkshire Safeguarding Adult Team Duty Team: 01482 861103 E-mail: safeguardingadultsteam@eastriding.gov.uk http://www2.eastriding.gov.uk/council/working-with-our-partners/adult-social-care/safeguarding-adults-board/ East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board http://ersab.eastriding.gov.uk/ ​

  • THE SNACK BAR | THE WARREN YOUTH PROJECT | HULL, ENGLAND

    ¡No más reservas! ¿16-25 años? Visite The Snack Bar entre las 10 a. m. y las 5 p. m., de lunes a viernes. Ya no necesita usar una cubierta para la cara, sin embargo, aún puede usar una si lo prefiere. Respete a cualquier persona joven o miembro del personal que decida seguir cubriéndose la cara. Se seguirá colocando desinfectante de manos alrededor del edificio. ​ Estaremos sirviendo alimentos y bebidas calientes a bajo costo a los jóvenes entre las 11:00 am y las 2:30 pm. Sin embargo, solo estará disponible un menú muy limitado. snack bar snack bar 1/1 Paquetes de comida ​ Podemos proporcionar paquetes de comida para cualquier joven que necesite recoger. Comuníquese con anticipación para que podamos verificar que tenemos suficiente comida para usted. Puede hacerlo llamando al 01482 218115, enviando un mensaje de texto al 07395313640 o enviándonos un mensaje en las redes sociales. ​ Gracias a Fairshare Hull and Humber por brindarnos alimentos para los jóvenes.

  • ACHIEVE - BLOG | THE WARREN YOUTH PROJECT | HULL, ENGLAND

    quiero aplastar tus metas y alcanzar la vida que deseas? Consulte nuestro blog para obtener los mejores consejos sobre cómo presentarse de la mejor manera posible. Ayudaremos a su aplicaciones destacar por las mejores razones, así que puedes subir de nivel tu vida. Humber Learning Consortium es el socio principal de la asociación Springboard Hull y Humber proyecto, brindando apoyo especializado y capacitación para que los jóvenes accedan al trabajo y al aprendizaje. Esta actividad está parcialmente financiada por la Unión Europea a través del Fondo Social Europeo y la Juventud Iniciativa de Empleo y This-Ability en nombre del Fondo Comunitario de la Lotería Nacional.

  • THE WARREN YOUTH PROJECT | HULL, ENGLAND | CHARITY

    VISITA LA PÁGINA Establecido en 1983, The Warren Youth Project brinda servicios de apoyo vitales a los jóvenes en Hull. Puede encontrarnos frente al edificio de la BBC y la fuente Rosebowl en Queens Gardens. Nuestro equipo de 24 ofrece apoyo gratuito, orientación, formación, educación, asesoramiento, habilidades/formación de empleabilidad y actividades y servicios de expresión creativa para jóvenes de 14 a 25 años (29 años con cita previa en el caso de apoyo de empleabilidad). Warren valora sus relaciones con los jóvenes: sabemos que son increíblemente ingeniosos y, con apoyo, en última instancia, se puede confiar en que saben mejor sobre sus propias vidas. Hacemos esto asegurándonos de que nuestra política de empoderamiento sea fundamental para nuestra práctica laboral y, posteriormente, equipe a los jóvenes con las habilidades necesarias para la vida para tomar decisiones informadas. Para hacerlo con éxito, se requiere un entorno en el que los jóvenes puedan ser quienes son sin sentirse juzgados. Creemos que creamos ese lugar en The Warren. Ver la madriguera Filosofía Aquí. RECENT PROJECTS LO EXTRAÑO ¡NUEVO SENCILLO DE JODIE LANGFORD! ¡Warren Records está de vuelta con el último lanzamiento de Jodie Langford! Con el apoyo de la Fundación PRS, Youth Music y nuestro propio productor interno. ESCUCHA AHORA CONOZCA SU FLUJO SERIE DE VÍDEOS SOBRE LA REGLA Una serie de videos semanales donde tenemos discusiones profundas con expertos y activistas sobre todo lo relacionado con los períodos y la menstruación. VER AHORA HULLIN 'JUNTOS RUTAS A PIE DE CASCO ¡Los jóvenes de crearon cinco mapas interactivos de rutas para caminar alrededor de Hull que interesan, inspiran y permiten que otras personas descubran lo que Hull tiene para ofrecer! APRENDE MÁS Contáctenos Primer nombre Apellido Correo electrónico Teléfono Mensaje Entregar ¡Gracias por enviar! ​ No podríamos haber hecho nada de esto sin nuestros patrocinadores y todos aquellos que hicieron donaciones individuales.

  • WARREN RECORDS | HULL, ENGLAND | THE WARREN YOUTH PROJECT

    scott@thewarren.org 01482 218115 HACER UNA RESERVA Welcome to our music studio designed exclusively for young people! Our studio offers a creative and safe space for young musicians to explore, experiment, and develop their musical talents. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and instruments, our studio provides opportunities for young people to record their music, collaborate with other musicians, and learn from experienced mentors. Whether you're a singer, songwriter, rapper, or instrumentalist, our studio has everything you need to bring your music to life. Join us and let's make some great music together! After a lot of time, hard work and dedication, we help artists get their music on all major platform's such as Spotify, Soundcloud, Youtube, and many more! ​ Here's the Warren Records Soundcloud page, we use this to post all the music our artist's produce here at our studio's. We also make sure they have their very own pages to promote themselves! Check out some of the song's created by our amazing, talented and dedicated young people! Attention : Due to a high demand for our solo and main studio all future booking will need to go through our music services staff. Enquiries about availability should be directed to scott@thewarren.org or adam@thewarren.org respectively. Alternatively you can call us directly on 01482 218115 and choose option 3 to speak to a member of our team. SCOTT - CONSEJOS DE PRODUCCIÓN MUSICAL Y MÁS TALLERES SCOTT - CONSEJOS DE PRODUCCIÓN MUSICAL Y MÁS TALLERES Próximamente más talleres...

  • CURRENT VACANCIES | The Warren

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  • MINDFULNESS & MEDITATION | THE WARREN YOUTH PROJECT | HULL, ENGLAND

    Hola… Soy Maggie, terapeuta complementaria de The Warren. Cuando el caos del mundo se vuelva demasiado ruidoso o pesado sobre tus hombros, te ayudaré a encontrar algo de paz y calma. proporciono un enfoque holístico de los Jóvenes de Warren que abarca algunas técnicas de relajación y atención plena, terapia de masajes, Reiki, Reflexología y, más recientemente, Baños de Sonido con cuencos tibetanos. Estas terapias ayudan a calmar y calmar la mente y el cuerpo…. ¿Por qué no pruebas uno de ellos? El masaje funciona presionando los receptores de las células nerviosas debajo de la piel, activando el sistema nervioso y estimulando la liberación de sustancias químicas que mejoran el estado de ánimo, como la dopamina o la serotonina. Masaje también ​ estimula la liberación de endorfinas naturales, creando un subidón natural y aliviando el cuerpo de cualquier dolor, así como generando un efecto calmante a través de la estimulación del sistema nervioso parasimpático, y reduce las hormonas del estrés cortisol y adrenalina , los cuales suelen ser altos en momentos de estrés. La reflexología se basa en la idea de que diferentes puntos de los pies y las manos están conectados con otras partes del cuerpo a través del sistema nervioso. Una sesión de reflexología consiste en aplicar una presión suave en estos puntos como una forma de aliviar la tensión, mejorar el estado de ánimo y ayudarlo a dormir. Reiki es una técnica japonesa que implica la "imposición de manos" en diferentes áreas del cuerpo, incluyendo la cabeza, el estómago y los pies. Se basa en la idea de que tenemos vórtices o ruedas de energía que giran constantemente dentro de nuestros cuerpos y cuando no estamos bien, ya sea física, psicológica, emocional o espiritualmente, estas ruedas de energía se desequilibran. Reiki ayuda a que estas ruedas vuelvan a estar en línea, equilibrando nuestro cuerpo y mente. El baño de sonido es la práctica de estar profundamente inmerso en los sonidos y vibraciones de los cuencos tibetanos. experimentando un baño de sonido está adoptando un enfoque holístico para la relajación y la curación. Puede ser un escape perfecto del estrés de la vida moderna. . El sonido tiene una gran influencia en nuestras emociones y salud y puede hacernos sentir felices, llenos de energía. y relajado Reproducir video Reproducir video 02:46 The Warren - How To Beat The Corona Virus Stress! (Part 1) We know this is a stressful time for everybody - so we asked The Warren’s brilliant massage therapist (Maggie) to give you some tips on how to relax and get some headspace. This is the first of several videos that we’ll be releasing in the coming days to help you cope with what’s going on and have better mental health! If you need food parcels, or counselling or advice - just ring us on 01482 218115 Stay strong - we’re with you ALL THE WAY! 💪 #coronavirus #copingtechniques #relaxation Reproducir video Reproducir video 01:55 The Warren - How To Beat The Corona Virus Stress! (Part 2) In the second of The Warren’s therapeutic films to help young people cope with the stresses of the CoronaVirus Crisis, our wonderful complimentary therapist (Maggie) talks about how to use Mindfulness and Meditation. We’ll be releasing more in the coming days to help you cope with what’s going on and have better mental health! If you need food parcels, or counselling or advice - just ring us on 01482 218115 Stay strong - we’re with you ALL THE WAY! 💪 #coronavirus #copingtechniques #relaxation Reproducir video Reproducir video 01:23 The Warren - How To Beat The Corona Virus Stress! (Part 3) Our third clip from Maggie shows us how to relax by reducing muscle tension and lowering stress levels. Using this technique along with the other techniques that Maggie has explained in previous clips will really help with coping! Maybe not every technique will work for you (maybe they will!) but it’s important to keep trying and make it part of your daily routine. Lots more to come! #coronavirus #copingtechniques #relaxation Reproducir video Reproducir video 08:05 A Simple Hand & Arm Massage Tutorial Reproducir video Reproducir video 04:30 Why I Use Essential Oils - The Power Of Aroma Reproducir video Reproducir video 03:06 Mindfulness Technique With Objects Reproducir video Reproducir video 03:31 Mindfulness Technique With Food

  • ACHIEVE | THE WARREN YOUTH PROJECT | HULL, ENGLAND

    07455455851 01482 218115 Achieve es un proyecto diferente: apoyar a los jóvenes para que accedan a la educación, el empleo, el aprendizaje y más. Ofrecemos ayuda con la redacción de CV, habilidades para entrevistas, cursos gratuitos y financiados para desarrolle sus habilidades, información y orientación y una gran cantidad de actividades divertidas y emocionantes de trabajo en equipo, dependiendo de lo que te gustaría hacer. Achieve es consciente de que COVID-19 puede ser estresante para usted, por lo que estamos comprometidos a ayudarlo a encontrar empleo o educación de una manera que lo mantenga seguro de acuerdo con la situación actual. En la actualidad, puede trabajar con nosotros de forma remota durante estos tiempos difíciles. Para más información contáctenos en: Línea directa 01482 219357 lograr@thewarren.org o heidivictoria@thewarren.org @chieveprojecthull @chieveprojecthull NEWS Es realmente importante para nosotros que los jóvenes que apoyamos tengan todas las oportunidades para decirnos lo que realmente piensan de los servicios que ofrecemos y lo que The Warren significa para ellos. Jodie Langford fue una de las personas jóvenes que llegó a través de nuestro Proyecto Achieve financiado por YEI: escribió e interpretó esta pieza para decirnos cómo se sentía acerca de ese proyecto y The Warren en sí. TESTIMONIOS Sin lograrlo, no habría llegado tan lejos como lo estoy haciendo ahora, todos ustedes me han ayudado mucho todos los días, no importa qué personal sea, ¡todos ustedes están ahí, todo lo mejor! Si pudiera dar más estrellas lo haría. Tuve una reunión esta mañana con Gemma y realmente está haciendo todo lo posible para ayudar. Gran equipo y un servicio fantástico. Lo recomendaría al 100%. Gracias a la ayuda del equipo de Achieve, ahora tengo un trabajo como parte del equipo de gestión en una de las cadenas de pubs más grandes del Reino Unido, nunca podré agradecerles lo suficiente. Un equipo realmente servicial, siempre es bueno hablar con ellos y creyeron en mí cuando yo no creía en mí mismo. ¡Gracias! Lea más o deje una reseña usted mismo

  • REYC | The Warren

    The Racial Equality Youth Collective is a social group with issue based activities and workshops in collaboration with mentoring tools and techniques that guide and inspire young people from black and marginalised communities to overcome barriers to their progression and widen their access to opportunities with knowledge and determination Our main aim is to allow young people of colour in Hull to have a safe space to unlock the true potential of their identity We also aim to Improve equity, social capitol, and the social mobility of the members of the REYC with the ultimate mission of making real changes to policies and systems in the name of racial justice in Hull WHAT IS REYC? RECENT ACTIVITIES AFRICAN & CARIBBEAN COOKING WORKSHOPS I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy. AdobeStock_112865290 Describe your image Add a Title Describe your image Add a Title Describe your image AdobeStock_112865290 Describe your image 1/4 AdobeStock_328025977 Describe your image Add a Title Describe your image Add a Title Describe your image AdobeStock_328025977 Describe your image 1/4 NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy. TESTIMONIALS “I really enjoyed the cooking workshops, actually I loved being a part of a team and learning how to cook my home food.” – REYC Member “It feels like I have a place to go to and feel safe. I can experience things that I know others can relate to with me and I can bounce off other young people who have had issues with racism just like I have.” - REYC Member “I feel like my experience at carnival was needed. It opened up a door I have been locked out of, I feel like I expressed emotions today and it was validated.” – REYC MEMBER “In this group I can say my problems and I can find solutions immediately. I have more power now and I feel more confident because of this group. Without the group I would only be here once a month”. - REYC Member CHRIS KABA PROTEST Chris Kaba was a Black man who was shot by the police in September this year. Our service works closely with those who have been affected negatively by the police and have campaigned for institutions such as the police to do better at keeping everyone safe. Chris could have accessed our service, so we got together and ensured his story was taken to the streets of Hull in support of his family. Add a Title Describe your image Add a Title Describe your image Add a Title Describe your image Add a Title Describe your image 1/4 Going Forward! The Racial Equality Youth Collective will continue in the fight against racism. In 2023 we plan to visit carnival again and continue to collaborate with Love Music Hate Racism as well as other cultural celebrations through out the year Police Youth Charter – working with Humberside Police in ensuring safety and justice for those disproportionately penalised by the police and criminal justice system. Suicide prevention – working with Highways England to incorporate prevention strategies in the whole process of bridge installation and design. This is an issue that affects all, but again people of colour, especially men are struggling even more so. Plugging the gaps in education and bringing representation and youth voice where it matters.

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