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Phase Trust

Phase Trust works with children and young people, from Primary school age and upwards across the borough of Dudley and beyond providing formal and informal programmes of support to help them reach their full potential and make positive changes. We deliver mentoring programmes, run sports coaching and confidence building programmes. We create and deliver bespoke lessons and assemblies and run and facilitate youth clubs. We work closely in partnership with Dudley MBC, Social workers, Connexions, Schools, Churches, local communities and other agencies.

Pathways Covered

Attitudes, thinking and behaviour


What we do

Urban Culture

The Urban Culture department works with engaging young people, specifically focussing and exploring the challenging issues surrounding gang culture and anti-social behaviour.

We aim to achieve this through:

Think First - A series of learning tools aimed at 11-18 year olds with the ultimate aim of raising awareness of the dangers of gang culture, youth violence, confrontation and use of weapons. This resource can be tailored to work with and in schools, colleges, pupil referral units, Youth clubs and communities to challenge and engage people's opinions on this topic with a view to encouraging behavioural change.

Personalised Support – Is about mentoring young people who are experiencing challenging life situations by giving them the extra support and guidance that will help them be more equipped to make positive life choices.

Connect + - Giving young people the opportunity to discover and develop their artistic skills including rapping, music and video production in a fully functional recording studio. Opportunities are available to gain accreditation these activities.


The Community Outreach department looks to connect and engage with a wide range of young people across the borough of Dudley and beyond. We also form and build meaningful relationships between Phase Trust and other professionals to strengthen the work in our surrounding communities.

The community outreach department provide and looks to support groups and individuals through:

Schools Work: Including lunch and after schools group.  We also offer a lunch time detached group, which would involve at least two team members engaging in relational work with students.

Local Partnerships: Our aim is to build relationships with other local professional youth workers in joining together to work for a similar goal.  We have a good partnership with West Midlands Police, we aim to support each other around our local area with detached work and the PCSO's as well as engaging in our evening youth club.

Detached Work: We have a team of trained staff and volunteers who look to engage young people who want to socialise in the local community. We look to build relationship with these individuals and challenge any anti-social behaviour they may be engaging in.

Engaging Youth Clubs: We currently provide a safe space and positive role models for our Friday night youth group called the Hub, aimed at school years 7-12 were we provide specific workshops to help and encourage young people to become aware of the choices that are being presented to them at this stage in their lives, whilst having fun.

We are currently looking how we can grow to offer an additional night specifically for 14-18year olds.

Where we do it

Across the Dudley Borough

How to access

Telephone:  0121 585 9419


Children and families