Cities Sheffield young carers Sheffield Young Carers is a registered charity which has been around in Sheffield since 1997. The charity works with vulnerable young people in and around the Yorkshire Dales area. They provide a wide range of different services to support the lives of children, young people and families in these parts of the UK. The services they offer help to young people gain independence by providing jobs, and by giving access to the education they need to improve their futures. They also work with parents and carers to ensure that vulnerable youngsters get the support and care they need. There are many different types of carers who work for the charity. There are a number of voluntary caregivers who work on a part-time basis, and there are a number of professional caregivers who work full-time for the charity. The individuals and families who use the services of the Sheffield young carer’s club come from all walks of life and come from all ages. One of the most popular members of the club, who serves as its youth coordinator, is 18 year old Jasmine. Jasmine was recently accepted into University to study social work. She had always wanted to serve her community by caring for the vulnerable, and she knew she wanted to make a difference when she went to university. Jasmine’s community works in the local area. She sees her two young people, aged fifteen and sixteen, going to school every morning. They both attend secondary school, and Jasmine works as a counselor at a local centre for teenagers. She volunteers throughout the year at the Sheppey Community Centre. This was the centre her two younger brothers were once dropped off at, and it means so much to them both to know that help is available when they need it, and to feel that someone cares enough about them to make a difference. The other member of the Shefflow Stables, who works as a counselor at the centre, is 18 year old Jasmine. She has also been volunteering her time at the centre for the past year. She helps to lead a reading group, and she volunteers with the local youth centre. She loves her job, and she really wants to make a difference in the lives of others. She wants to raise money for the local women’s centre, and she would like to be able to open a voluntary youth shelter in Shefflow. This is just one example of how our community comes together to support another young person in need. Another young people’s need is in the area of drug and alcohol abuse. Counsellors working with Jasmine, and others in the local area, are raising money to set up a new independent charity called ” Supporting Young Carers Across the UK”. The charity will provide grants for people suffering from drug and alcohol abuse. This will provide help and advice not only for the individual, but also for anyone in the family who are at risk of abuse. There are many different types of drug and alcohol abuse and this includes teenage pregnancy. The thought of a teenage pregnancy scares some people, but it is easier to prevent than it ever was before. A support group is a great way to keep young people away from dangerous situations, and it is a lot better for everyone concerned, including the couple’s health. If you have someone in your life that needs support and guidance, consider getting them into one of these groups. Many people think that these problems only affect the young. This couldn’t be further from the truth. These problems affect everyone in the society, including the elderly. One in ten elderly people in the UK are affected by some kind of drug or alcohol abuse, according to one study. So if you are in your teens or twenties, and are worried about where to turn for help, you should consider getting into one of the Sheffield young carer’s groups that are now available to help you. By working with a local group like this, you can get the help and support you need to get your life back on track, as well as learn how to overcome your addiction and other problems. These groups provide carers and training so that you can become an expert in substance abuse, and know how to give up drugs and alcohol, without jeopardizing the rest of your life. By learning from experts, you can continue to live a drug-free life, while helping your whole family stay fit and healthy. You and your loved ones will be proud of the person you become when you have reached this important stage in your life.