New approach to ‘Crisis Intervention’

‘Action for Children’ will receive financial investment worth £825,000 from the ‘Big Society Capital’ to enable them to provide intensive, early intervention work for 380 vulnerable young people aged 11-16 years in Essex, who are at risk of being taken into custody or care.

It’s hoped that participants will stay at home and that their family relationships will be strengthened. Another aim of the project is that the young people would develop skills to enable them to cope better with a crisis.

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