We offer a full range of services and structured workshops which impart tailored training. The young people are able to socialise with their peers, in a secure and nurturing environment. The workshops include, group discussions; health workshops; i.e. ( basic hygiene, sex education, presentation skills, cooking, budgeting, creative writing, cv creating, art and drama).
The majority of these young people have experienced trauma and persecution and it is our aim to support them through this most difficult period of their young lives.
All the activities provided are programmes designed to build confidence, provide safe opportunities for sharing and development of the young people and to enable their integration into British society.
The activities we provide whilst also being practical in terms of helping to equip them for life in this country, are also tailored to enable them to have other outlets to express and to understand their feelings and what they already faced in their young lives; the drama and art sessions are particularly important in this respect.
To advance education and relieve financial hardship amongst those seeking asylum and those granted refugee status, primarily young people aged 16 – 21 residing in the London Borough of Hillingdon, in particular by the provision of…
…with a view to advancing them in life and to assist them to adapt within a new community