Kent county lines midpoint evaluation
Our staff provided one-to-one casework support for vulnerable children involved in county lines drug running activity in the Margate and Dover areas, and the establishment of a team of trained volunteer Peer Advisors who could offer additional support to such children.
St Giles’ Choices project aims to help disadvantaged young people aged 16 – 24 who are not in education, employment or training to move their lives forward by targeting support to their individual needs.
Knife crime projects evaluation
The four SGT projects supported by the Home Office’s Community Fund, piloted different approaches to providing preventative interventions to help children and young people avoid involvement in youth violence and knife crime.
Accessing the Future evaluation
Access the Future aims to help young disadvantaged people to pursue their education, training and employment goals by offering a personal budget of up to £1,500 to help them achieve this.
The Brave Project helped children and young people have greater awareness of the realities and issues surrounding gang involvement, drugs, violence, extremism and radicalisation, and learn about strategies to help avoid the risk of becoming involved in these activities.
St Giles SOS service trains and employs people with lived experience, including those with experience of the criminal justice system, as caseworkers who provide practical and psychological support to their clients.
SOS+ Broxbourne evaluation
‘Aspire Beyond’ is a bespoke mentoring programme, embedded since September 2018 within two schools in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. It was developed to help identify, engage with, support and improve the life chances of vulnerable young people at risk of involvement in youth violence, exploitation and gang culture.
SOS+ St Helens Mentoring evaluation
The overall aim of the project is to deliver a combination of facilitated awareness raising sessions and one-to-one support, provided by skilled mentors with lived experience.