Central Youth Club have taken over some additional resources, which they are sharing with other community groups.
The Huddersfield-based charity, which enables young people to meet and participate in sports and other activities, has become a custodian of sexual health and smoking awareness kits which they will use to deliver training sessions.
John Field, from the club, said: "We will be using these resources in conjunction with our alcohol awareness kits - we sometimes cater for up to 100 individuals.
"Some of our young people have been approaching us for advice on these subjects when an issue has arisen, so we know there is a need. We are also happy to share resources with other groups. "
The club also incorporates Central Stars Youth Club which supports young people with additional needs and mild or moderate disabilities. They have previously agreed to lend out other resources on behalf of Comoodle and you can see all their offers here.
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