• Providing support for young people

    Across Middlesbrough

  • Support young people who are NEET

    Not in Education, Employment or Training.

  • Providing diversionary activities for young people

    who are engaging in, or at risk of engaging in antisocial or criminal behaviour.

Welcome to

Linx Youth Project

Youth Clubs

Families

Detached

Health Support

Neet

Covid19 Update

Now more than ever, we are committed to the health and well-being of everyone involved with Linx 

At an understandably worrying and uncertain time, we would like to take this opportunity to reassure you that we are doing all we can to mitigate risk and reduce the spread of COVID-19. We are making sure we are following the latest advice from UK Government and Public Health England and will continue to adhere to current policies and procedures; alongside regularly reviewing our organisational COVID-19 Procedures and Risk Assessments, which are available upon request. Most importantly we remain dedicated to supporting young people, their families and our communities across Middlesbrough

Our services and projects

We are still doing all we can to help young people in need. If you need support at this time, please contact us via any of the options below and we will do our best to help.

At this time we:

  • are offering Emergency Food Parcels & Well-being packs to families across Middlesbrough – please contact us for more info.
  • are resuming our detached youth work activities.
  • have reduced face-to-face delivery.
  • have closed our office base.
  • are running office-based services remotely
  • are remotely supporting young people & their families via phone calls, Zoom meetings, Facebook, WhatsApp, online and other appropriate methods of engagement. This includes 1:1 and group sessions.

News Update

We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in receiving grant funding towards our Covid19 Emergency Response work. Both County Durham Community Foundation and Middlesbrough Covid19 Fund have provided funding.  Thank you to both organisation for your support and contributions to ensure we can continue our provide local families in need with food surplus delivery across Middlesbrough during the Covid19 pandemic.

Linx’s Youth Provision in Middlesbrough

Linx runs open access youth clubs Monday – Friday across different wards in Middlesbrough for young people aged 10-19 (and up to 25 with Special Educational Needs). Our youth clubs provide a place for young people to socialise, meet with their friends and make new friends. The youth work staff are committed to providing quality youth work and facilitate young people’s learning and social participation through a range of activities including emotional and physical health development, healthy eating and lifestyles, cultural awareness and explore choices about their daily lives and futures. We also provide a great place to relax and have fun, offering young people the chance to get involved arts and crafts activities, gaming with friends on the PS4, taking part in team games such as table tennis, pool and football and much much more …

See our Services Page to find out more information.

Or visit our Facebook page for the latest news and updates.

Youth Support and Interventions

Linx offers information, support and guidance for young people covering a variety of topics and issues including: mental health and anxiety, alcohol and drug misuse, quitting smoking, healthy eating and sexual health. Our team of experiences and dedicated staff are able to work 1-2-1 basis with each young person, and we also work in partnership with schools, colleges and training providers to deliver tailored programmes which address young people’s needs.

Visit our Facebook page for the latest news and updates.

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