Activities and support for young people
There are a variety of activities for young people of all ages throughout the Stirling Council area. We can provide information, advice and support.
Youth services can provide support and advice for young people aged 11-25.
We provide a diverse range of activities for young people of all ages. From our creche service and superbus, to community working and options for activities after school during term time, please see our page on activities for young people for further information.
For young people over the age of 16, the Information Station can provide information about what's on in the area, sexual health, employment opportunities, education or benefits as well as being a place to be listened to. The Information Station also runs a cafe where you can enjoy a bite to eat or light refreshment.
Young carers are people up to 18 years of age who care for a family member who has an illness or disability. If you are a young carer, we can put you in touch with an organisation which can offer advice and support.
Young Scot is a national youth information and citizenship charity to support young people aged 11-26 with information, ideas and incentives. Young Scot also can provide National Entitlement Cards which can provide proof of age,rewards, provide discounts in a variety of shops and provide discounted travel ( for 16-18 year olds). For further information, please see Young Scot.