Love4Life is the primary programme delivered by TwentyTwenty
and is run by a dedicated team of youth workers committed to making a
difference in the lives of young people.
Love4Life was set up in 2008 in response to a growing concern for the well-being and safety of girls from an estate in Loughborough. Since then our service has grown to work across multiple areas of deprivation across Leicestershire, Leicester and Derby, supporting hundreds of young people aged 11-18 years every year.
We specialise in supporting vulnerable girls to develop their self-esteem and form positive and empowering relationships by delivering Love4Life groups, one-to-ones and workshops in secondary schools and in the community.
Love4Life delivers targeted relationship and sex education to support young people facing difficulties in these areas. We provide honest and age-appropriate resources to help them understand their sexual health, how to stay safe and the potential risk of sexual exploitation.
All of our work embeds positive self-worth, body image and the handling of emotions in order to help a young person become more resilient.
We aim to support and develop young people’s understanding
of themselves and empower them to break cycles of low achievement and poverty
by tackling the underlying issues.
Our belief is that once young people feel good about themselves they will make positive choices in their health, relationships and education.
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