TOKKO Youth Space

TOKKO Youth Space

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  • Young people

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TOKKO runs a range of projects which provide support to vulnerable and disadvantaged young people across the local area enabling them to access support, coping strategies, a safe space and have someone to turn to who will listen to them and help identify manageable steps to take towards a positive outcome. TOKKO identifies where there are gaps in youth provision and looks to fill those with a particular focus on supporting minority and ethnic groups. TOKKO develops partnerships across the local area to support the local community and make a difference within the local community.

Current projects include:

  • Disability project - supporting vulnerable young people with disabilities aged 13-24
  • TOKKO Respect Project (Formerly Hate Crime Ambassadors (aged 12 -16) - Addressing discrimination and prejudice and raising awareness of hate crime through training peer mentors in schools.
  • Freedom Project - Youth specific supporting survivors of domestic abuse.
  • Young Mothers project - supporting young mums up to the age of 25 - lead on all complex cases involving domestic abuse. CSE, at risk of losing their child, gang affiliation, Child Protection, Neglect, Homelessness, Self-harm, mental health.
  • Young fathers project - supporting young fathers up to 25 - lead on areas as above.
  • TOKKO Totz - supporting young parents to develop child parental bond whilst accessing multi-agency support.
  • Interact - offering social action youth led activities and personal development
  • Counseling - offering tier 2 counseling support for young people aged between 10-21to address the need for mental health support for young people (currently offering 1400 hours in 17/18.)
  • Fairbridge (Prince's Trust partnership) supporting those furthest away from the labor market




‘Improve outcomes and aspirations in the lives of young people’.


‘To help young people advance in life through support recreation and leisure’.


  • Ensure a safe space for young people where their safety and security is paramount.
  • Open the doors to empowerment for young people.
  • Work in partnership with the local community to bring about positive outcomes.


About positive outcomes

  • Young people to be optimistic about their future through a range of captivating and fun activities.
  • Provide quality services for vulnerable young people that make a difference.
  • Embrace a youth- led culture that listens and acts on the needs and viewpoints of young people.
  • Embrace young people’s creativity and nurture their talents.
  • Be an inclusive space which respects all young people, staff, volunteers and building users whilst celebrating diversity.
  • Act with honesty, reliability & integrity in all aspects of our work.

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