Our skilled Youth Workers engage with young people who need a safe place to go and opportunities to develop personal, social and emotional skills.
The Crez Young Peoples Club in Radford, Coventry, originally the club was established in 2009. We have launched our new projects November 2017. It is a safe place for young people ages 10 - 17 years where they can take part in positive free activities in their neighbourhood. Young people can access support for issues with relationships, family, health and well-being. Offering volunteer opportunities and Youth Work Skills training and experience. Ultimately inspiring young people to be active citizens and make positive life choices.
Working as a delivery partner with Coventry Youth Partnership.
We have been supported by BBC Children in Need to deliver The MIX Music project twice per week in the evening which aims to achieve the following things for young people who take part in the programme:
Young people ages 10 -18 will gain improved self-esteem and confidence
Using the lyric writing to share and express feelings in a safe environment
Upskill young people and improve employ-ability
Young people taking part will have chance to learn to Write Lyrics/Rap/Sing/DJ.
We strongly value the power music has in a young person’s life and we are offering to help young people to learn to share and express feelings in a safe environment, which will have many benefits:
Positive impact on mental health.
Improves emotional well-being as they can discuss personal worries.
Preventing self-harm, protect against feelings of depression.
Physically and emotionally safe
Complete the registration form (link below) and email back to us to register for a space
Engaging the most hard to reach young people through offering Music Studio Recording, Beat making, video and animation projects.
Using music to support young people to express their feelings and have a positive input in their community.