Positive Futures is a national sports and activity social inclusion programme which works with young people to prevent anti-social behaviour and reduce crime. The scheme in Suffolk manages activities for 10 - 19yr olds. Positive Futures runs open access sessions as well as referral only sessions in a wide range of activities. The service aims to support young people with other issues such as substance and alcohol misuse, and also those excluded from school.
Catch22, Suffolk Positive Futures
Who to contact
- Additional Website
Where to go
- Suffolk Positive Futures
Various sports venues across Suffolk.
- Area served
- Haverhill, Ipswich, South Ipswich, North Lowestoft, Hadleigh, Babergh, St Edmundsbury, Bury St Edmunds, Lowestoft, Leiston, East Ipswich, Suffolk, Newmarket, North Ipswich, Waveney, West Ipswich
- Restrictions to access
- Some sessions are for young people referred to the project from specific schools or groups.
- Age Groups
- Young people
- Accreditation website
The project runs a range a free activites throughout the week and through school holidays. These activites are free. The actual schedule for these sessions can change so it is best to contact the project to find out what is running.
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