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Birmingham Youth Service

Birmingham Youth Service offers a range of activities, projects, and programmes for young people aged 11 years and above in our 16 youth centres around the city.

Our centres are a safe space for young people to get involved in fun activities and workshops as well as seek help, information and advice on issues that affect them. They are staffed by youth workers who are trusted adults. Young people can come and be themselves, meet new people, socialise with friends, feel safe and enjoy a range of opportunities to get involved in.

Contact your local youth centre for information about activities and opening times.

Find a youth centre near you

Our offer to young people

  • Information, advice and support by a qualified youth worker
  • A safe place to meet friends
  • A positive, non-judgemental relationship with a youth worker built on honesty and respect
  • Umbrella provides sexual health programmes, sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and condoms
  • Targeted programmes about pre-vocational education (PVE), youth violence, sexual health, health, and employment
  • Activities such as drama, sports, events, art and residential experiences
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Youth participation – an opportunity for a young person’s voice to be heard
  • Intensive support for young people that are not in education, employment, or training (NEET)

Birmingham Youth City Board

Birmingham Youth City Board is a group of representatives aged 11 to 18 years who make sure that the voices of young people are reflected in policies and services. The board works with Birmingham City Partnership and is managed through the Youth Service.


Page last updated: 1 November 2023