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Yellow Ribbon Community Chaplaincy

Yellow Ribbon works with people seeking change in their lives so that they do not return to prison.

Help & support services

Meeting Point House, Telford Town Centre, Southwater, Telford, TF3 4HS

Telephone: 01952 878592

YMCA

We offer 28 units of accommodation across 3 sites in Wellington, which are rented out as assured shorthold tenancies. We house people aged 16-25 who need accommodation and support with other areas of their life.

Housing & Accomodation

Consort House, Victoria Avenue, Wellington, Telford, TF1 1NH

Telephone: 01952 400401

Email: enquiries@ymcawellington.co.uk

Yockleton Grange Residential Home

We provide accommodation and personal care for up to 30 Older people to include seven people with a learning disability over the age of 55.

Residential and nursing providers

Yockleton, Shrewsbury, SY5 9PQ

Telephone: 01743 792899

Email: info@springcare.org.uk

Young Foundations

Young Foundations is a recognised specialist provider of residential and fostering services for Children and Young Adults who have a range of identified complex and challenging needs.

Residential and nursing providers

Alexander House, Highfield Park, Llandyrnog, LL16 4LU

Telephone: 01824 792148

Email: info@youngfoundations.com

Young Minds

Young Minds is the UK's leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people and empowering their parents and carers.

Charities

Telford

Telephone: 0808 802 5544

Email: ymenquiries@youngminds.org.uk

Young Stars Football

Young Stars Football academies for all ages and abilities.

Leisure & Culture

Telford

Telephone: 07971 025 623 or 07952 733 240

Email: info@young-stars.org.uk

Yvette Mears (Childminder)

Childminder

Childminder

Telford

Telephone: 01952 433372

Yvonne Jones (Childminder)

Childminder

Childminder

Telford

Telephone: 07989 300 042

Email: bluebellscms@yahoo.com

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