What We Do Our vision is delivered through three strands of work: Youth Work; Alternative Learning Provision and Enterprise; Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Support, as well as the arts and music running as common theme throughout. Youth Work Open Access Youth Work: A universal offer to young people across the county, enabling them to access a youth work curriculum that develops skills and increases involvement within their communities. Targeted Youth Work: This is the work we do with vulnerable young people, who have specific needs or characteristics requiring a focused response. We identify and support young people, finding ways to strengthen their resilience and ability to bring about positive change. Alternative Learning Provision and Enterprise Our targeted or focused programmes, often for young people for whom mainstream education isn’t working. Through working with us, young people can gain skills and accreditation to develop their economic and social wellbeing and future employability. Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Support Delivered by us in partnership with the NHS, offering much-needed help to young people aged 5-18 with things like low-mood, anxiety and stress. Our specialist practitioners work in both community and education contexts.