War, persecution and torture force many children to flee to this country by themselves.
At The Children's Society, we help these children find accommodation, overcome language barriers and, most importantly, to rebuild their lives in new communities, surrounded and supported by friends.
Our programme supports young people aged 11-19 from around the world seeking to rebuild their lives in Greater Manchester.
Include is part of our refugee pioneer practice and the Young Carers Beacon, and works to meet goals and targets for these two groups.
LEAP stands for listening, empowerment, advocacy and participation. The LEAP programme is based in West Leeds.
We work with asylum seeking, refugee and migrant children, young people and families within Newcastle.
We provide advice, advocacy and case work support for young migrants, asylum seekers and refugees aged 14 to 21, who are destitute or at risk of destitution.
We offer advice, advocacy and case work support to asylum-seeking and migrant young people with irregular immigration status, aged 13 to 21, across London.
We provide advice, advocacy and support for refugee and migrant families who face destitution in London.
We organise social and group activities to improve emotional well-being and build resilience. We deliver training to professionals to raise awareness about the issues affecting separated young people and their rights and entitlements.
The Children's Society in Oxford, formally known as the OASIS and Harbour Projects, provides a range of services to refugees and asylum seekers.