With thanks to generous funding from a number of providers, we are able to run projects that can offer free support to individuals who are in need.
This is a fortnightly group for parents and carers of young people who suffer from mental health or behavioural problems. The parent-led meetings allows the group to learn from each other and professionals how best to support their children. Those who have attended found it valuable to share experiences and look at things differently. Please keep checking back on our website and social media in the coming months, as we will be starting to run these groups once again.
With thanks to the London Community Response Fund, we have free counselling sessions available for children and young people who are suffering with mental health issues as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you know a child that would benefit from this support, please complete the referral form and return it to us via email.
The Mayor of London’s Office has provided funding to support children and young people aged between 10 and 21 years, and who are suffering from mental health issues, those at risk of exclusion and those involved in, or at risk of becoming involved in criminal activity. If you think you would benefit from this support, please complete the referral form and return it to us via email.
With thanks to the National Lottery, we will apply a whole family approach to tackling behavioural issues, violence and knife crime, working with young people aged 9 to 18, and their families in Havering. This is a five year project, and can support counselling for both the child, parents, and family as a whole. If you think you or a child in your school would benefit from this support, please complete the referral form and return it to us via email.
The Mayor of London’s Office has provided funding to offer counselling to children and young people in Redbridge, and Barking and Dagenham aged between 10 and 21 years. This project supports those who are suffering from behavioural or psychological issues who are at risk of exclusion, and those involved in, or at risk of becoming involved in criminal activity. Where necessary, we would be able to bring the young person together with their parents/guardians for family counselling. If you know someone that would benefit from this support, please complete the referral form and return it to us via email.
Children in Need helped us to support children, young people, and their families affected by substance abuse in the family. This consisted of both one-to-one counselling for the young person and family counselling for the young person and their immediate family.
With thanks to The Mayor of London’s Office, we were able to provide free counselling to young people and their families who are, or could potentially be involved in knife crime. As part of this, we went into schools to talk about knife crime, and the risks involved.
Thanks to funding from the Active Londoners Fund, we worked alongside Sporting Pillars to offer free funded sports opportunities for young people and their families. This project allowed parents and carers to keep fit alongside the young people, participating in football, as well as offering mentoring support for their mental health and wellbeing.