Get Support

We offer a range of initiatives and services, tailor made to meet the needs of the individual. These include:

 

Detached Street Work & Outreach (DSWO): workers work on the streets, parks & Estates, as well as dropping into youth clubs, community centres and at the Royal London Hospital's A&E. They provide confidential help, support and advice for you on your turf! On issues such as substance and alcohol misuse, consequences of antisocial behaviour, youth violence, poor sexual health and other social and emotional health difficulties. We also offer support around employment and training opportunities.

One-to-One Advocacy Support: workers will work with you on a personal level, giving help, support and advice that cater for your specific needs.

Counselling: individuals come to counselling to express feelings and thoughts on a wide range of issues. These can include: using drugs or alcohol, relationships, self harm, anger management, sexuality & gender, racism or other abuse, lack of confidence, being listened to and understood.

Counselling offers a confidential space for you to explore feelings such as anger, grief, anxiety, disappointment, shame and sadness and may enable you to accept these feelings and understand them better in order to bring about positive change.

Counselling may be an effective way of offering you the space to think about, explore and talk about issues that may be concerning you or affecting the quality of your life. counselling may enable you to accept these feelings and understand them better in order to bring about positive change. This is offered in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT): using evidence based practice these client-led and collaborative interventions are designed to help young people understand more about their problems as well as finding positive and realistic ways of managing their low mood, anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) or post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). .

Parenting Programme & Personal Individual Parenting Training: support is provided for parents with children aged 3 to 10, with behavioural and conduct difficulties. We work on a one to one basis (parent-child game), or by running parenting groups using ‘Incredible Years’ Programme.

Community Families Programme: is an ‘early intervention’ service, which aims to break the cycle of disadvantage before it becomes magnified in the longer term. Our work with families is based on our ethos of providing a professional, personal, friendly and tailor-made programme of initiatives over a set period of time.

We provide families with practical, social, emotional and psychological support around: parenting strategies, dealing with stress, anger, anxiety, self esteem and confidence.

Workshops and Discussion Groups: needs based workshops on issues such as territorial conflict, crime, antisocial behaviour, sex & relationship education and emotional health and wellbeing.