Centre 33 (Cambridgeshire and Peterborough)
Who we are
Centre 33 exists to help every young person in Cambridgeshire fulfil their potential by supporting them with their practical and emotional needs.
You can help us achieve this by making a donation or fundraising for us.
Centre 33 was established in 1981 and we now support and empower young people, aged 8-25, through a variety of free and confidential services, which include one-to-one support, counselling, advocacy, group work and respite activities. We work on a self-referral basis and we often respond to complex needs.
Each year we work directly with over 2,000 young people, and respond to over 6,500 enquiries through our drop-ins and helplines.
We have five main hubs in Cambridge, Ely, Wisbech, Peterborough and Huntingdon and also work within local communities including schools and community venues (such as libraries, GP surgeries, etc.).
We help young people to:
- Be emotionally healthy
- Be sexually healthy
- Be safely housed
- Be in employment or meaningful education / training
- Have improved financial situations
- Reduce the negative impact of their caring responsibilities (if they are young carers)