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CategoryCare & Support Services
Woodland TerraceCharltonLondonSE7 8EN
WHAT IS CHAMPIONS 4 CHANGE? C4C uses Boxing, fitness and mentoring as a vehicle for positive change in young people. We empower them to become the best versions of themselves through structured training and development programmes. Our aim is to inspire young people to make positive decisions for themselves whilst thinking ahead and designing the futures they deserve. Young Carers A “Young Carer” is someone under 18 who helps look after someone in their family, who is ill,…
Service designed to change the behaviour of perpetrators and thereby improve outcomes for children and young people. 26 week programme for those perpetrators aged 18 and over and who are parents. 10 week programme for 16-18 year olds. Support group offered for (ex) partners and parents. 1:1 sessions for female perpetrators, bisexual and transsexual men and women.
Greenwich DVA Services, PO Box 71108LondonSE18 9LD
Royal Greenwich Children's Services have commissioned Housing 4 Women (Greenwich DVA Services) to provide activities and therapy for up to 60 children who live in Royal Greenwich. The service is intended to help children recover from living with domestic abuse. There are also outreach learning mentors available. This is a service for children from families experiencing DVA.
35Wellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
The Early Help service is available for children and families in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Wherever possible, the additional needs of children, young people and their families will be met through universal early help services within the family’s community including children’s centres, community centres, libraries and schools. However, where more targeted or intensive support is required, we will provide this through our Early Help service in Royal Greenwich We support families with a range of issues. Families are able to:…
Families and School Together is an evidence-based parental engagement programme that uses a universal approach to develop resilience, reduce stress, increase social capital for families. It also works to close the gap in educational achievement that is experienced by children living in economically deprived communities. This is an eight week programme, which continues to offer monthly support for the following two years.
47 Woolwich New RoadLondonSE18 6EW
Greenwich Borough's information service for families with children and young people aged 0-19 (to 25 for young people with a disability or additional need). Offers information about childcare, activities and family support services. Provides a comprehensive outreach service. Also provides information on parental employment and benefits. Offers transition support for families with children due to move into primary or secondary education. Also offers targeted support for young parents and families with disabled children by coordinating the…
Greenwich DVA Services, PO Box 71108SE18 9LD
Royal Greenwich Housing has commisioned a floating support service from Housing for Women (Greenwich DVA Services). This service provides advice, information & support for up to 60 women resident in their own home in Royal Greenwich who are experiencing DVA. This is a service for victims and survivors of DVA.