Support for BAME Young People in Greater Manchester
Date: June 15, 2022
Categories: 11-15 | 16-18 | 19-24 | 24+ | Guides
Need help with getting a job or putting together an interview outfit? Or need extra support of any kind? These organisations in Greater Manchester could help.
Back on Track
Back on Track is a Manchester-based charity that helps people who have been disadvantaged in life with education, training, work experience and volunteering. Young BAME people are welcome.
Greater Manchester BME Network Project
The aim of the Greater Manchester BME Network Project is to provide networking opportunities and better access to information and support for BME people across Greater Manchester.
Jamaicans Inspired UK (JamIn UK)
JamIn UK is what the JA Diaspora Future Leaders evolved into. It was founded by young people for young people to create empowering opportunities for young people of Jamaican heritage.
Just Psychology professionals are on hand to support the mental health needs of young people and their families, with a focus on cultural diversity and social justice. Their work puts a big focus on BAME young people living in the North West of England.
MaCO is a volunteer-led organisation that helps Congolese people and local BME groups in Manchester reconnect and build up their lives and community. They offer health advice services, early prevention for mental health, healthy lifestyle and nutrition, and education including IT skills and a youth club.
The Pakistani Resource Centre
The Pakistani Resource Centre is a registered charity and voluntary organisation that helps to provide support to South Asian communities in Greater Manchester. They can help you and your family with issues like mental health, welfare rights, counselling, domestic violence, learning disabilities and the criminal justice system.
Manchester Smart Works
Do you feel like you don’t have a job interview outfit because you can’t afford one? Manchester Smart Works can give you a complete job interview outfit with accessories which are yours to keep. They can also give you one-to-one training to help you feel more confident about your ability to succeed.
Moss Side Millennium Powerhouse
This venue has a range of services for all young people in Manchester including those of BAME heritage. It features a library, the Connexions service, and a mental health support service called EMERGE.