Youth Services (CMAS)

17th October 2019, 5:24pm | By Tamara Howell |

Community Mentoring and Support CiC (CMAS) is a social enterprise that exists to meet unmet needs for young people, their families and the professionals who work with them. Formed in 2013 and operating across the South West of England, CMAS fulfils its purpose through three main streams of work →

  1. Providing commissioned youth clubs and youth projects on behalf of County, Town and Parish Councils, and youth committees in local areas.  This includes involvement in International Youth Work
  2. Providing top quality professional mentoring for young people who have additional needs
  3. Providing alternative education for young people who, for a variety of reason, are not accessing mainstream schooling

For more information about our services and what we can do for you please contact our Wiltshire youth work manager Tamara on tamara.howell@communitymas.co.uk or on 07713958641.

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