What we do

We show people there is a way to build a better future – for themselves and those they care about – and help them create this through support, advice and training. We raise awareness of their situation and fight their corner to ensure long term changes are put in place.

Issues we work with

The 15,875 people we help each year have a diverse range of needs. These cover:

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Help for vulnerable young people involved in or at risk of criminal exploitation

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Specialist support for adults facing complex barriers

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Services helping adults & young people facing unemployment and poverty

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Help for vulnerable women and families

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Prison and community based support for people in the criminal justice system

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Children and families

We support whole families to help them address underlying issues, build resilience and independence.

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Peer advice

We use past experience to inspire and enable people to improve their lives, change the lives of others and bring benefits to local communities and wider society.

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Women's services

We provide services addressing the specific issues women face.

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Tackling poverty

Across our services, we help individuals and families move out of the poverty trap and gain independence.

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Child criminal exploitation

We help vulnerable young people who are criminally exploited through gangs, serious violence and offending.

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Work with prison leavers

We provide community-based services which help prison leavers get the support and services they need.

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Employment services

We work with people who have been held back by disadvantage secure and sustain employment or employment circumstances.

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