Welcome to TheSprout information pages, the place for useful info for young people in Cardiff. Browse the categories below for useful links and local orgs or search our database.
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Want to know what’s on in Cardiff? Don’t know where your nearest park, sports club or volunteering opportunity is? Find out here.
Places to help you manage your money, and find out more about earning, saving, benefits and spending!
Do you use the internet safely? Sure? Really sure? Better check here!
Are you looking for information about being in care, fostering, adoption, or supported lodgings in Cardiff? Then we’ll point you in the right direction.
This section provides you with information about law and rights, policing, types of crime and the consequences for breaking the law, together with your rights as a citizen.
Looking for help and info with houses, flats, homes, shelters? It’s all here.
A basic guide, helpful links and organisations to all things LGBT+
Need advice on drugs, smoking or alcohol? This is the page you need.
If you’re after info on sexual health and the services available to you in Cardiff, then click here.
Looking after your health is important so that you feel good and can cope with the challenges and pressures of everyday life.
A list of important information, coursework resources and local organisations that you can volunteer or campaign with.
Information on public transport, learning to drive, cycling, walking, foreign travel, passports, visas and insurance.
Looking for advice about education? Get information about school and college, university and SEN here.
Confused about bullying? Want to know more? We’ve got the links you need.
Some helpful tips and places to go about staying mentally healthy.
Friends, family, relationships, young carers, when things go wrong and bereavement. Links, tips and advice to help you.
Unless you win the lottery, chances are you’ll be working for at least 40 years — you might as well do something you enjoy, or suits your personality.
What to do if you, or someone you know, is a victim of child sexual exploitation.