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How young people learn how to move on after CSE

By Emily Rogers |

28 April 2015

Outreach workers support vulnerable young people who have experienced, or are at risk of, sexual exploitation to improve their life chances.

How children recover from past domestic abuse

By Emily Rogers |

31 March 2015

Project helps children who have experienced domestic abuse recover and move on.

The Family Drug and Alcohol Court helps substance-misusing parents involved in care proceedings and potentially keeps more families together.

How social workers learn to work with fathers

By Emily Rogers |

20 January 2015

Project cuts the risk to children in families where there are safeguarding concerns by raising social workers' engagement with fathers.

How prison support helps keep families together

By Emily Rogers |

06 January 2015

Project provides children and families visiting London prisons with the support they need within a safe, welcoming and friendly environment.

How housing project supports homeless young people

By Emily Rogers |

11 November 2014

Get Real helps homeless young people get into education, training or employment and become self-sufficient.

Reading programme improves children's educational outcomes and wellbeing.

How a 10-week group-work programme reduces the impact of abuse and keeps children safe.

A project is going into nurseries and schools to teach young children about the importance of looking after their teeth by using puppets and games to make it fun.

How young carers influence policy

By Emily Rogers |

14 October 2014

Young Carers in Focus raises awareness of the needs of young carers and helps them influence policy.