Suffolk Young People's Health Project (also known as 4YP) is a local charity, which provides and co-ordinates services that improve the social, emotional, and physical health and wellbeing of young people in Suffolk, aged 12-25.
We work from our drop-in centre in Lower Brook Street, Ipswich and throughout the county, including in many schools.
Through advice, guidance, and practical support we help young people develop the skills and knowledge they need to lead healthier, happier, safer, more resilient lifestyles, make more informed choices, and enable them to reach their potential.
This is vital support. Our services fill a gap in local provision, helping any young person with the issues affecting them, including individuals who do not fit the criteria for conventional support. We also offer many creative, engaging recreational activities.
If you'd like more information, there are many ways you can Contact Us.
The new General Data Protection Regulation is effective from 25 May 2018.
If you have used one of our services, signed up for the 4YP newsletter, taken part in a fundraiser for us, volunteered, or been involved in any other way, we may have some of your data.
Some of this we need to keep for legal and operational reasons, or to help us prove to funders how our services make a difference to young people's health and wellbeing. Some information we will erase.
There will be stricter rules on how your information is used for marketing. This includes fundraising. Because of this, the best way to stay in touch with 4YP, and receive all the latest information on fundraising and events, is to sign up to the 4YP mailing list.
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