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Our work has a huge positive impact on the lives of some of London's most disadvantaged young people, as our 2016 statistics prove:

ACCOMMODATION

  • 935 were helped into accommodation
  • 451 were supported to resolve their housing debt and benefit problems
  • 4678 attended one to one advice sessions
  • 747 were given in-depth case assessments 

 

OUR WEEKLY TIMETABLE

 

JOBS & LEARNING

  • 320 secured work placements or training
  • 143 were supported into employment
  • 333 people enrolled on our Education, Employment and Training programme
  • 175 completed the Independent Living Skills Training programme, helping them hold on to jobs and accommodation
  • 820 accredited learning certificates were achieved in IT, Literacy, Numeracy and ESOL. 

 

SELF DEVELOPMENT

  • 610 reported improved health or mental wellbeing
  • 413 reported improved self-confidence
  • Over 2,000 reported improved skills and knowledge in avoiding homelessness and/or sustaining accommodation

PRISON AND OUTREACH

  • 263 young people were supported by our prison outreach team
  • 1,635 school and college pupils attended our homelessness prevention workshops
  • 250 are now on a pathway towards a positive future as a result of our work
  • 582 vulnerable young people on the streets were supported by our Outreach team
  • 270 young offenders were visited in prison including Feltham Young Offenders Institute, Holloway Women’s prison, Isis, Littlehey, Wormwood Scrubs, Wandsworth, Thameside and Rochester.

HEALTH AND FITNESS

  • 446 health checks including: chlamydia; TB screening and 60 blood sugar levels; blood pressure and weight were completed by the lovely Godgive our nurse
  • 243 accessed our in-house counselling service

 

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