Services

Krunch offers a range of services for young people in  one to one and/or small groups. We specialise in providing mentoring support and alternative education in the area of Personal Development and Life Skills. Our aim is to support young people to become more self-aware and achieve their potential, overcome barriers to learning and improve their overall emotional health and well being. We offer confidentiality to young people, whilst partnering with other organisations who may offer additional support.  We work holistically and we encourage young people to work towards improving situations and resolve issues with those who are important to them; family, friends, educational setting, social workers etc. We challenge, support and empower and advocate where necessary. All of our work can be accredited and certificated to promote a sense of achievement for our mentees.

Our daytime programmes of learning and support can be delivered onsite at our premises in Oldbury, West Midlands or on school/college site and also out in the community.

Our youth clubs are open to all between the ages of 11-16 years – please come along!

Our Young Fathers Programme is open to all young men aged 13-25 years

Delivering all of our services, we have an experienced staff team qualified in a wide range of areas such as: Teaching, Youth work, Music production, Mentoring, Health, Fitness and Nutrition, Information, Advice and Guidance, Core competencies in mental health and Counselling.

How to refer to our services?

To refer a young person aged between 9 and 25 years to any of our services, please call or email helen@krunch.org.uk / 0121 552 5556 to request a referral form.

To refer yourself or make a referral to our Young Fathers programme, please call Derrick on 0121 552 5556 or 07756 681819. Alternatively email derrick@krunch.org.uk

Testimonial

Krunch with a K! A brilliant Voluntary organisation that is doing a huge amount to help mend the broken society.

David Cameron – Prime Minister