Our areas of work

We fight for hope by deeply understanding the needs of young people and by supporting them through their most serious life challenges. We work with young people who have suffered years of abuse, who have run away from home or are struggling with mental health issues. We look out for young carers and those who are at risk of being groomed by gangs. We help refugees who have no one else to turn to in this country.

our work with young people

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The young people we meet have complicated lives. Their experiences are always different, but young people all have one thing in common. It's a thing called hope. 

Hope for a happier home life. Hope of getting a job, of getting away from the people who exploit or hurt them. So we find their hope and start there, working with them little by little, giving them whatever they need and empowering them to make decisions for the future they want.

We work with young people for as long as it takes and across all different aspects of their life as it's rarely simple for them. There might be aggression, mistrust, anger or disappointment, but even when hope is hanging by a thread we help them find it again.

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Young people's well-being

Our unique well-being services put young voices at the heart of what they do. We listen to what young people say and help them make the changes they want to see.

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Refugees and migrants

Without knowing the language and how things work, young refugees have to fight hard for the basics like food, safety and housing. Without support, it’s easy to lose hope. That's why we're there for them every step of the way.

 

More information about our services

If you would like to hear about services in your local area or any other detail on the services we have across the country, please contact our supporter care team.