regen:fx youth trust statistics

2009/2010

Here’s a look at some of the outputs achieved over the period 2009/10. Did you know that…

 

11,600 young people participated in the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

4300 young people took part in additional School Holiday Programmes.

 

3400 young people participated in Sport and Dance Programmes.

 

1100 young people learned to Skateboard, BMX and In-line Skate through the Radworx programme.

 

1040 young people got involved in additional Weekend Diversion Activities that helped reduce youth disorder in communities.

 

955 young people participated in activities specifically created to Breakdown Territorial Barriers between communities.

 

490 young people participated in Alcohol, Drug and Sexual Health workshops.

 

365 young people took part in weekend football.

 

255 young people experienced The Street Pilot Project that tackled issues on Alcohol Misuse, Bullying, Knife Crime, Teenage Pregnancy, Domestic Violence and Personal Safety.

 

166 young people got involved in Active Citizenship Programmes.

 

107 young people moved onto Employment and further Education opportunities.

 

190 young people gained recognised awards i.e. Youth Achievement, Duke of Edinburgh, NGB awards in Sport and Millennium Volunteers.

 

161 volunteers helped deliver the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

111 completed our Basic and Advanced Youth Work Training Courses.

 

90 young people learned to drive instead of drinking alcohol at the weekends.

 

£138,000 was distributed in self-help grants to groups and individuals through our Youth Voice Fund, Weekend Diversion and School Holiday Funds.

 

The Youth Diversionary Programme has benefited 10,450 young people with 7800 of those young people living in areas of most need in South Lanarkshire.

2010/2011

Here’s a look at some of the outputs achieved over the period 2010/11. Did you know that…

 

10,690 young people participated in the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

5170 young people took part in additional School Holiday Programmes.

 

2580 young people participated in Sport and Dance Programmes.

 

1650 young people got involved in additional Weekend Diversion Activities that helped reduce youth disorder in communities.

 

1130 young people participated in Alcohol, Drug and Sexual Health workshops.

 

1090 young people participated in activities specifically created to break down territorial barriers between communities.

 

780 young people learned to Skateboard, BMX and In-line Skate through the Radworx programme.

 

346 young people gained recognised awards i.e. Youth Achievement, Duke of Edinburgh, NGB awards in Sport and Millennium Volunteers.

 

330 young people took part in weekend football.

 

310 adults and young people completed relevant Youthwork Training Courses.

 

286 young people experienced The Street Project, which tackled issues on Alcohol Misuse, Bullying, Knife Crime, Teenage Pregnancy, Domestic Violence and Personal Safety.

 

248 volunteers helped deliver the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

242 young people got involved in Active Citizenship Programmes.

 

142 young people moved onto employment and further education opportunities.

 

90 young people learned to drive instead of drinking alcohol at the weekends.

 

£133,000 was distributed in self-help grants to groups and individuals through our Youth Voice Fund, Weekend Diversion and School Holiday Programmes.

 

2011 / 2012

Here’s a look at some of the outputs achieved over the period 2011/12. Did you know that…

 

10,800 young people participated in the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

5575 young people took part in additional School Holiday Programmes.

 

2030 young people participated in Sport and Dance Programmes.

 

1930 young people got involved in additional Weekend Diversion Activities that helped reduce youth disorder in communities.

 

1112 young people attended Alcohol, Drug and Sexual Health workshops.

 

830 young people participated in activities specifically created to break down territorial barriers between communities.

 

700 young people learned to Skateboard, BMX and In-line Skate through the Radworx programme.

 

625 young people gained recognised awards i.e. Youth Achievement, Duke of Edinburgh, NGB awards in Sport and Millennium Volunteers.

 

290 young people took part in weekend football.

 

300 adults and young people completed Youthwork Training Courses.

 

550 young people experienced The Street Project, which tackled issues on Alcohol & Drug Misuse, Knife Crime, Teenage Pregnancy, Domestic Violence, Fire Raising and Cyber Bullying.

 

361 volunteers helped deliver the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

246 young people got involved in Active Citizenship Programmes.

 

103 young people moved onto employment and further education.

 

£133,000 was distributed in self-help grants to groups and individuals through our Youth Voice Fund, Weekend Diversion and School Holiday Programmes.

2012/2013

Here’s a look at some of the outputs achieved over the period 2012/13. Did you know that…

 

10,700 young people participated in the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

5460 young people took part in additional School Holiday Programmes.

 

2700 young people participated in Sport and Dance Programmes.

 

2310 young people got involved in additional Weekend Diversion Activities that helped reduce youth disorder in communities.

 

1098 young people attended Alcohol, Drug and Sexual Health Workshops.

 

820 young people participated in activities specifically created to break down territorial barriers between communities.

 

660 young people learned to Skateboard, BMX and In-line Skate through the Radworx programme.

 

516 young people gained recognised awards i.e. Youth Achievement, Duke of Edinburgh, NGB awards in Sport and Millennium Volunteers.

 

890 young engaged in mobile response services.

 

541 adults and young people completing relevant training opportunities.

 

610 young people experienced The Street Project, which tackled issues on Alcohol Misuse, Legal High’s, Knife Crime, Racism, Domestic Violence, Self-Harm and Cyber Bullying.

 

365 volunteers helped deliver the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

458 young people got involved in Active Citizenship Programmes.

 

178 young people moved onto employment and further education.

 

£133,000 was distributed in self-help grants to groups and individuals through our Youth Voice Fund, Weekend Diversion and School Holiday Programmes.

2013/2014

Here’s a look at some of the outputs achieved over the period 2013/14. Did you know that…

 

10,450 Young people participated in the Youth Diversion Programme overall.

 

4,720 Young people took part in additional School Holiday Programmes.

 

2,250 Young people participated in Sport and Dance Programmes.

 

2370 Young people got involved in additional Weekend Diversion Activities that helped reduce youth disorder in communities.

 

1000 Young people participated in Alcohol, Drug & Sexual Health workshops.

 

680 Young people participated in activities to Breakdown Territorial Barriers between communities.

 

580 Young people learned to Skateboard, BMX and In-line Skate through the Radworx programme.

 

510 Young people gained recognised awards i.e. Youth Achievement, Duke of Edinburgh, NGB awards in Sport and Millennium Volunteers.

 

380 Young people engaged in mobile response services.

 

514 Adults and young people completed relevant training opportunities.

 

423 Young people experienced The Street Project that tackled issues on Alcohol Misuse, Legal High’s, Knife Crime, Racism, Domestic Violence, Self-Harm and Cyber Bullying.

 

342 Volunteers helped deliver the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

458 Young people involved in Active Citizenship Programmes.

 

287 Young people moved onto Employment and Further Education opportunities.

 

£125,700 Was distributed in Self-Help grants to groups and individuals through our Youth Voice Fund, Weekend Diversion and School Holiday Programmes.

 

2014/2015

Here’s a look at some of the outputs achieved over the period 2014/15. Did you know that…

 

9800 Young people participated in the Youth Diversion Programme overall.

 

5000 Young people took part in additional School Holiday Programmes.

 

1450 Young people participated in Sport and Dance Programmes.

 

2160 Young people got involved in additional Weekend Diversion Activities that helped reduce youth disorder in communities.

 

660 Young people participated in Alcohol, Drug & Sexual Health workshops.

 

590 Young people participated in activities specifically created to Breakdown Territorial Barriers between communities.

 

420 Young people learned to Skateboard, BMX and In-line Skate through the Radworx programme.

 

450 Young people gained recognised awards i.e. Youth Achievement, Duke of Edinburgh, Dynamic Youth and Saltire Awards.

 

360 Adults & young people completed youth work training opportunities.

 

300 Young people experienced The Street Project that tackled issues on Alcohol Misuse, Legal High’s, Knife Crime, Racism, Domestic Violence, Self-Harm and Cyber Bullying.

 

340 Volunteers helped deliver the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

460 Young people involved in Active Citizenship Programmes.

 

188 Young people moved onto Employment and Further Education opportunities.

 

£121,880 Was distributed in Self-Help grants to groups and individuals through our Youth Voice Fund, Weekend Diversion and School Holiday Programmes.

 

Here’s a look at some of the outputs achieved over the period 2015/16. Did you know that…

 

8565 Young people participated in the Youth Diversion Programme overall.

 

4000 Young people took part in additional School Holiday Programmes.

 

2325 Young people participated in Sport and Dance Programmes.

 

1160 Young people got involved in additional Weekend Diversion Activities that helped reduce youth disorder in communities.

 

520 Young people participated in Alcohol, Drug and Sexual Health workshops.

 

1195 Young people participated in activities specifically created to Breakdown Territorial Barriers between communities.

 

400 Young people learned to Skateboard, BMX and In-line Skate through the Radworx programme.

 

685 Young people gained recognised awards i.e. Youth Achievement, Duke of Edinburgh, NGB awards in Sport and Millennium Volunteers.

 

335 Adults and young people completed relevant Youthwork Training Courses.

 

250 Young people from South Lanarkshire and 95 from other areas experienced The Street Project.

 

400 Volunteers helped deliver the Youth Diversion Programme.

 

265 Young people involved in Active Citizenship Programmes.

 

70 Young people moved onto Employment and Further Education opportunities.

 

65,320 Was distributed in Self-Help grants to groups and individuals through our Youth Voice Fund, Weekend Diversion and School Holiday Programmes.

 

2015/2016

The Youth Diversion Strategy has effectively contributed to:

 

• Reducing youth disorder and anti-social behaviour •

• Improving young peoples health and well being •

• Helping young people into positive destinations •

Please check back for our 2016/17 statistics. They will be uploaded as soon as they become available, if however you need further information now, please do not hesitate to contact us!

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