ABOUT OUR SERVICES
We believe that people with first-hand experience of successfully overcoming issues such as an offending background, homelessness, addictions and gang involvement hold the key to positive change in others.
Being helped by someone who has ‘been there’ is highly powerful and this peer-led approach underpins all our services.
Intensive, specialist help for young people affected by gang-related violence and exploitation. We also prevent young people at risk of becoming involved in gangs and violence.
Helping young people who are not in education, training and employment to improve their levels of confidence and skills, with the aim of supporting them to employment.
Help for adults in overcoming disadvantage to improve their skills, confidence and ultimately support them into employment.
Our London Peer Hub offers adults who have overcome disadvantage the opportunity to train as Peer Advisors and gain qualifications, experience and employment. It is delivered in partnership with local partners.
Our Peer Advisor Centre in West Yorkshire offers adults who have overcome disadvantage the opportunity to train as Peer Advisors and gain qualifications, experience and employment. It is delivered in partnership with local partners.
Help for children and families and for people affected by poverty, debt and financial hardship.
Work in prisons to help serving prisoners successfully rehabilitate and pursue crime –free lives.
The CFO3 project works in partnership with APM and delivers employment support in West Yorkshire to the most disadvantaged prisoners and people with convictions.
Services for women and community support for vulnerable adults.
St Giles Trust Cymru