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Youth Connexions One-Stop-Shops/Centres

Country of implementation
United Kingdom
General short description of the innovation
A Youth Connexions One-Stop-Shop or Centre is a venue where local partners come together to deliver a wide range of services for young people. These services include the provision of youth work, information, advice, guidance and support on education, work, training and volunteering, advice on drugs, finance, health, including sexual health, housing and much more. The services at Youth Connexions One Stop Shops and Centres are for young people aged 13-19, up to 25 if they have a learning difficulty or disability, up to 21 if they are a care leaver.
Target group
Policy Field
  • social
Type of Policy
  • public
Scope of innovation
  • Spatial coverage: county of Hertfordshire
Type of innovation
  • new/changed output and/or outcome
  • other (continuation of an earlier existing national policy programme at the regional level)
New outputs
  • governance
  • services
Intended target group
Young people aged 13 to 19 years, up to 25 under certain conditions
Working age population
  • family situation (married/separated/single)
Actors involved in policy-making/implementation and/or evaluation
  • agency or national social insurance body
  • regional government
Intended output
  • governance
  • services
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