Transforming Youth

Breaking Negative Cycle

Empowering Community

At Reflecteen we understand that healthy social and family relationship are essential for positive youth development; however not every child is equipped to full capacity to build good quality relationships. Consequently, youth challenging behaviour spans both gender, family structure and environmental influence in that many parents find it a taboo to speak up or seek help when young people begin to exhibit challenging behaviour.

We work preventatively to support young people to develop positive social networks, build resilience and steer them away from becoming perpetrators or victims. We belief that given the right tools and core strategies it is possible to eliminate the likelihood and risk of offending behaviour among our youth.

Our bespoke life transforming workshops, youth led prevention programmes, mentoring, and family crisis support services has proved to help rebuild the lives of struggling young people. We equip teens and parents with positive tools that enable them to prevent, resolve and repair family conflicts. Our aim is to steer young people away from violence and offending behaviour while increasing aspiration and self worth. We offer youth crime prevention programme which has been highly resourceful to young people who are at risk of offending and also suitable to reduce reoffending. We provide tailor made support programme for marginalised young people to make positive choices, restore self confidence and life chances by engaging them in a wide range of training and skills development which has proved to shape and compass them to be responsible citizens.

I am so pleased with how I have matured and progressed under the mentorship of Reflecteen. I had rough teen years and this made me uptight. But I am thankful for the day I signed up to Reflecteen hub, attending meetings and taking advice on board has brought my family a lot closer. Now I am excited about what my future holds.


Age : 17

ReflecTeen Hub organisation has helped my 2 sons to build a better relationship with school authority and police. I had serious issues with my parenting style which I didnt realise at the time, however my kids became a certain way and began to perceive authorities especially the police in a certain manner. ReflecTeen was able to step in and mentored my sons. This changed their orientation totally, they began to see the Police as normal ordinary people and accord them the respect that they deserve. I and my sons are grateful for all the support we have received from ReflecTeen and pray that you will get all the resources that you need to move this organisation forward. Thank you so much



Formed in 2006 supporting family members, youth in churches, and friends with troubled teens in the community. Particularly those whose parent are far away from them or in another country.

We have since grown and registered to provide support through intensive mentoring, guidance and holistic support for teens and parent of teens.


We have lots planned on the run up to Christmas and the coming new year - you can view all upcoming events in the Hub!

Remeber to join us in our facebook hours, every other monday  on our Facebook Page

We also have 1 2 1 mentoring available

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Engaging Teens

We equip family members with tools that enable them to embrace their unique cooperative values and share positive attitude that promotes mutual understanding and respect.

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Inspire and Engage

We inspire young people to engage and connect with their community while making positive marks

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Our structured youth engagement programme aims to equip young people with adequate tools and confidence to positively respond to challenges that may come their way.

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ReflecTeen Hub

At ReflecTeen Hub we believe that every young person is embedded with great potential to lead a purposeful life, however having an healthy and positive relationship is inevitable to keep focus and motivated.  Unfortunately not everyone have the privileged to be nurtured through this seemingly challenging stage of life. Thus we hope to breach the gap and meet the need of our young people as they face real life change.

We encourage mutual respect, support and encourage cooperative values such that is not limited to the family relationship alone but also sufficient cooperation through coaching, counselling and mentorship programmes.

Drop In Sessions

Client focus group: Any child age 10 to 19 can attend our drop in sessions. Email us for more details: admin@reflecteen.org.uk

(Please note all Teens must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all sessions)
15th January 2018
Reflecteen Hour on Peace & Joy Radio/Facebook Live Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the Month! 5-6pm Next Show Monday
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6th January 2018
Boys empowerment Event (BEE) January 6th 2018 this was a great success you can see the photos in our Photo
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After school activities
We run afterschool activities that enables teens and their parents to spend quality time in a safe, warm and an
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Book Club
Have you recently read a book that gripped you? Something that inspired you and you would like to share it
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We want your ideas!
Do you have any ideas for fundraising events and activites? Do you have a great creative side and want to
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New Update
We are excited to tell you about our great new website and all the things we are planning in the
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ReflecTeen Launch Party
The Launch Party was a great success please see our photos in the Photo Gallery!   We are pleased to
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A massive well done to Tania on this achievement. We’re all very proud of her and the message this sends
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Pre teen?
Being a tween can be a strange and confusing time both for parents and children themselves, with such high hopes
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Welcome to the Hub
We are excited to be launching our Reflecteen Hub and we hope that you find this section of our website
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