Young people in Hailsham continue to benefit from free support, guidance and personal development services at the Infopoint drop-in centre located in Market Square.
Through Infopoint, young people aged 13-19 (and older for those with special educational needs) currently have access to information and advice on all the issues that are important to them, including bullying, health and drug issues.
We hope that many more young people in Hailsham in need of such services will be encouraged to take advantage of the help and support we offer.
   
Centres like Infopoint ensure that young people from all backgrounds have access to the support, facilities and opportunities they need in order to get the best start in life. That is why the Town Council continues to invest in such facilities and forges lasting partnerships with various youth development organisations such as Infopoint.
DROP-IN SESSIONS:
Monday to Friday (6.45pm-8.30pm).
CONTACT DETAILS:
Telephone: 01323 843377 | Email
Hailsham Youth Service Mission Statement: Our Commitments
Hailsham Youth Service, managed and funded by Hailsham Town Council, aims to provide young people in the local area with opportunities to develop social, physical, emotional and political awareness. Regardless of background, gender or culture, young people can expect a safe, supportive, fun and non-judgmental environment at all of our centres and through our various activities and service provision.
HAILSHAM YOUTH SERVICE IS COMMITTED TO:
Providing creative and challenging experiences that support the personal, social and educational development of young people.
Giving young people opportunities to learn and achieve and to have these achievements recognised.
Encouraging young people to explore their values and beliefs and support their engagement in decision-making and community activity.
Mission Statement: Our Objectives
HAILSHAM YOUTH SERVICE AIMS TO:
Offer quality information, advice and support to young people, so that they can make informed choices about issues affecting their lives.
Work closely with young people who are not included or engaged in their communities, to offer opportunities and experiences that develop their confidence, skills and self-esteem, and that encourage and support their re-engagement and social inclusion.