Through the delivery of support and intervention services, and by speaking up on behalf of those who need us most, we give vulnerable children and families the chance for a better future. Over the last year, we made a real difference to the lives of almost 3,000 children, young people and adults, and protected 1200 from neglect, harm and abuse.
We offer family support in many ways, including through children’s centres and prison visitor centres, with both one-to-one and group activities.
Spurgeons supports over 1,500 young carers across the UK with mentoring, educational support, activities and trips to give them much needed time out.
Our Children’s Centres support parents with young children to access the help they need, ensuring poverty and deprivation don’t become barriers to a better future.
Spurgeons’ prison visitor centres and support programmes help those with relatives in prison to build a better future and break the cycle of generational criminal activity.
The Phoenix Project is a confidential service to support children and their families who are at risk of or affected by Childhood Sexual Exploitation (CSE).
The Family Intervention for Self Harm project is a new Spurgeons project working with 11-18 year olds to reduce the frequency and severity of self-harm incidents
Spurgeons helps teenagers to become excellent parents by working alongside their families and providing support through our Children’s Centres.
We’re always looking for partnership opportunities with organisations who can help us to offer the best possible services to the children, young people