Your Assembly is a dedicated website for young people to learn about the National Assembly for Wales – what it does and how it affects young people living in Wales.
Everyone in Wales should have a say in how their country is run and one way of doing this is by voting in National Assembly for Wales elections. But what if you're not old enough to vote yet? Or don’t feel you know enough about politics to vote? There are still lots of ways you can make a difference and get your voice heard in Wales, and this website will show you how you can make sure your voice is heard!
My Planner, a resource for looked after children and care leavers, is now available to download on iOS and Android devices. It contains information on rights and entitlements, financial help, and independent living skills to help young people leaving care make the transition to independent living.
Here's the link you need to download the Android version.
Here's the link you need to download the iOS version
Free bilingual helpline - A free and bilingual telephone drugs helpline providing a single point of contact for anyone in Wales wanting further information or help relating to drugs or alcohol. The helpline will assist individuals, their families, carers, and support workers within the drug and alcohol field to access appropriate local and regional services. - See more at: Wales Drug and Alcohol Helpline
If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic abuse, sexual violence or another form of violence against women, we’ll help you find the support you need. It doesn’t have to be violence. Controlling someone’s life – what they eat, what they wear, who they talk to, where they go – is abuse. For this campaign we have engaged with young people and students to develop messages and materials that relate to them. For more information: Live fear free