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Translation Required: Stay connected with the Info-Nation team

Translation Required: OUR city centre's much-valued young people's advice service Info-Nation is #HereForSwansea continuing to provide support for local communities online.

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Since it closed its doors on Kingsway in March as part of the effort to curb the spread of Coronavirus, the team has been operating an online and emergency services to support young people with the daily challenges they face or if they are in crisis.

As part of its #StayConnected campaign for all young people, living in Swansea, Info-Nation is offering a Daily Digital Drop-in Every weekday, between 2 and 4pm. Its open to any young people living in Swansea.

Staff are available to chat online, over the phone or by video, however the person feels most comfortable.

First contact is by direct message through Infonation's Facebook or Instagram pages, they'll contact people back. 

The Daily Digital Drop-in takes place , Monday to Friday, 2-4pm. All any young person needs to do is message the team. 

Whatever the question or worry; however silly or trivial it might seem to some,  Infonation will do their best to support you or put you in touch with someone else that can.

To get in touch, contact:;;

Sam Pritchard, Cabinet Member for Children Services, said: "Info-Nation is a one-stop shop for young people aged 11 to 25 and it provides vital resources, support and advice to them and their families.

"During these unprecedented times we want young people to know that Info-Nation is still there for them, ready and able to provide support and advice.

"This is just one of the ways we will be supporting the emotional health and wellbeing of Children and Young People during this pandemic time and beyond. It's important for them to be able to StayConnected to each other and to get the information, advice and if necessary support they need."

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