How Can We Help You?

At The Youth Employment Academy, we understand the importance of having someone to talk to. YEA! offers free support and guidance to anyone who needs it. We are here to help!


Our Priorities:

  1. To safeguard young people we work with from actual and potential harm!

If you are concerned about the safety and well being of yourself or someone you know please use the form below to raise a Safeguarding Concern and a member of our safeguarding team will be in touch. If you feel there is an immediate risk to to life or safety of anyone please call 999.

Who can help me?

Alex Perry

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Alex is always on hand for someone to talk to regarding advice or support in troubling times. As leader of Project Initiative, she has a hands-on approach to decrease crime and improve self-esteem.

Jayne Mannox

Designated Safeguarding Lead

As director of the company, Jayne is constantly looking for new ways to become more inclusive with our clients. Previously, Jayne worked as head of education at a local prison. This has fueled her desire to give back to those in need!

Laura Hateley

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Laura regularly hosts workshops in order to support young people. She is always on hand to give constant advice about future careers, relationships, resilience, mental and sexual health.

Get urgent help if it is an emergency!

If you are in an emergency and there is risk to life (that can be your own or another person’s), call 999. If you are unsure whether the incident needs 999 assistance, click the image below and it will direct you to the NHS website.

Are you an individual in crisis?

A young personAn adult
YoungMinds – You can text the Young Minds Crisis Messenger for free 24/7 support across the UK if you are experiencing a mental health crisis: If you need urgent help, text YM to 85258.

Childline – You can also call Childline for free to speak to someone about what’s happening and how you’re feeling.
SamaritansSamaritans have a free helpline you can call. It’s open 24 hours, 365 days of the year. They also offer email support.

2. To prevent young people we work with from being drawn into terrorism and radicalisation

Worried about a young person?

If you’re worried about a young person, even if you’re unsure, contact the NSPCC helpline to speak to one of their counsellors. Call them on 0808 800 5000, email help@nspcc.org.uk or fill in our online form.

For more information on how we can prevent young people going down the wrong path: Click Here!

3. To support young people we work with to actively participate in decisions that affect their future

We offer help, support and guidance for all who need it regarding uncertain futures. Apprenticeships opportunities are constantly becoming more accessible. Therefore, we have listed below links to apprenticeships vacancies!

If you need anymore help or guidance on how we can support you, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to help!

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