PARCA's Youth Club provides beneficial outcomes for the children (12-16 year olds) of refugees, asylum seekers and EU migrants. We provide positive activities that; help to counter social isolation, encourage the building and maintenance of robust social networks, and give effective support to uphold the emotional and developmental wellbeing of children, youths and their families.
PARCA's strong community links and partnerships enable better orientation, improved access, and enhanced integration to wider mainstream services and provision.
Our Youth Project offers a broad range of activities and pursuits for young people to get involved with. We always consult the young people for their ideas and suggestions before formulating any of our activities and projects. We have extensive experience of working with young people from a wealth of multicultural backgrounds, and we pride ourselves on providing a safe and inclusive environment where everyone feels welcomed and valued.
We also consult the young people when we plan our half term and holiday activities. During the school holidays our organisations' staff and volunteers work tirelessly to try and reduce the number of instances of anti-social behaviour in the neighbourhood. We bring young people together from a myriad of different cultural backgrounds to cooperate in unison. Year after year our organisation works hard to get more and more young people involved in our indoor & outdoor activities, away days, and personal development training.