Help in an emergency
Careers advice may be offered through your school or college so check with them first. Alternatively advice is available from the National Careers Service website and you can choose how you get this advice (phone, text, email, web chat etc) visit the National Careers Service website here
If you are over 16 and not in education employment or training you can get help from your nearest Youth Support Centre.
If you are between the ages of 11 and 19 years old and live, go to school or work in Cambridgeshire you can Ask Ali a question on any topic you wish. You don't need to give your name so nobody will know who asked the question. Urgent questions will be answered within 24 hours but less urgent ones such as education and work may take up to 5 working days. All replies will be posted on the Ask Ali page.
Youth support centres
Youth Support Centres are run by Cambridgeshire County Council.
The Youth Support Service offers a confidential support service to young people by providing information, advice, guidance and practical help, on a wide range of topics including career planning, education, job seeking, training, benefits, housing issues, personal health-including C-Card, your rights, volunteering and free time activies.
Important - Don't worry if you can't get to any of these centres - just ring the one closest to you and you will be put in touch with a worker you can get to.
Visit the Youth Support Centres page for more information.
Crime and safety
The GOV.UK website has information and advice on a whole range of issues that effect young people. Visit the GOV.UK website here.
If you have any comments or queries about the website itself please visit the website feedback form.
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