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Boost Project at The Roberts Centre

Boost works with young people who are either being looked after by the local authority or who are about to leave care up to the age of 25 years. The project aims to provide a 'boost' to their independent living skills and to improve their life chances. This work also covers support to young people aged 16+ years who are Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children.

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PCC Youth Clubs

If you're bored, looking for somewhere to meet your friends or to meet new people and try something new, then come visit!

There are four youth centres open to everyone in Portsmouth and a part-time youth club especially for young people with learning difficulties and disabilities. All are free to attend and on a voluntary basis - you can come and go as you please! The target age is 11 to 19 years, but other ages are welcome.

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PCC Skate Parks

There are 9 skate parks in Portsmouth for skaters and BMX riders. All are FREE and suitable for beginners upwards. They complement the international standard ramp available at Southsea Skate Park.

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Out of School Clubs

Portsmouth City Council run a range of FREE out of school clubs for children on an open access basis - kids are free to come and go as they please. They are aimed at children aged 5 - 12 years.

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Pompey in the Community

We provide a range of FREE activities where participants are supported into positive opportunities which aim to increase confidence, the enjoyment of learning and achieving, healthy living, employability, citizenship and most importantly respect for the local community.

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Off the Record

We offer a free, confidential, friendly service, offering information, support and counselling for young people. The service is available to anyone aged 11-25 years who needs to talk to some in confidence who lives in Portsmouth, Havant or the surrounding areas.

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Motiv8

Motiv8 exists to improve the life chances of young people. We do this to reduce the risk of offending, anti-social behaviour and disengagement from learning or employment. We want a society where all young people are healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and achieve economic wellbeing. We offer various services, including FREE activities to help achieve this.

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