Both the Office for Children, Youth, and Family, as well as private institutions, associations and churches all actively engage in youth work, thus offering a wide range of activities and services for young people.
Youth clubs and activity spaces are important places for young people to socialise. Those spaces also give them the opportunity to find out about issues that are important to them – such as meeting other people, listening to music, playing games, exchanging ideas, finishing their homework, or writing job applications. Lastly, young people can use activity spaces to create and implement their own ideas.
The youth information service gives young people, their caregivers and organisations easy access to information. The counselling service of the Office for Children, Youth and Family helps young people in case of problems in the family, at work or in relationships and friendships.