All young people have the right to communicate with their family and friends, unless it is not safe to do so. Your Foster Carer/Key Worker and Social Worker know how important this is and will support you to do this.
If you have family and friends in the UK who you would like to see, your Foster Carer/Key Worker and Social Worker can help to arrange this.
Sometimes it may not be a good idea for you to communicate with a member of your family or a friend. If this happens, your Social Worker should always explain why you are not able to communicate with them.
Refugee Action York
RAY provide lots of opportunities to make friendships. These are available to all asylum seekers, refugees and migrant families and individuals in York. They also have two groups for young people:
RAY’s youth club is for secondary school age young people. There are a lot of different activities at their sessions, including games, sports, arts and crafts, cooking, baking, movie nights, and trips to fun new places.
RAY's sports club is for secondary school age young people. There are lots of different sports to try and they also take trips so you can try other new and exciting sports.
If you would like to find out more about these clubs, call 07545 060694 or visit www.refugeeactionyork.org/4-corners