Positive Futures is the national youth crime prevention programme.
Funded by the Home Office, the programme targets and supports 10-19 year olds to avoid them becoming drawn into crime, drug and alcohol misuse and helps them in moving forward with their lives.
Positive Futures gives young people the chance to develop the skills needed to get on a positive career path and take on roles as active and responsible citizens.
Managed by young people’s charity Catch22, the programme is delivered through 91 projects in some of the most deprived communities across England and Wales.
Everton in the Community has been responsible for the Positive Futures provision in South Liverpool for the past 3 years, providing sporting and educational opportunities for young people. We aim to engage with the diverse communities that makes the south of the city unique and bring them together utilizing the power of the Everton brand and quality activity provision.
For more information, please contact 0151 530 5253.