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  • St Giles
    A trusted adult
    In progress
    SOS+ works with schools, and other education providers, to identify children and young people in need of one-to-one mentoring

    Funding:

    Activity type:

    Mentoring

    Evaluation types:

    Efficacy study
    In progress
  • YES Outdoors
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    Completed
    The project is a nine-month adventure based mentoring programme for young people at high-risk of becoming involved in violence.

    Project name:

    YES Outdoors

    Funding:

    £742,224

    Activity type:

    Mentoring

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study, Pilot study
    Completed
  • Violence Reduction Network for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress
    The Reach project is a new six month intensive mentoring intervention for young people at risk of exclusion or whom have received a fixed-term exclusion.

    Project name:

    The Reach Programme

    Funding:

    £990,940

    Activity type:

    Mentoring

    Evaluation types:

    Pilot study
    In progress
  • United Borders
    Another chance - Diversion from the criminal justice system
    In progress
    United Borders deliver a two-month, trauma-informed music mentoring programme.

    Project name:

    United Borders: B.U.S

    Funding:

    £652,286

    Activity type:

    Arts participation, Mentoring

    Evaluation types:

    Pilot study
    In progress
  • Multi-site trial: Mentoring
    Multi-site trials
    In progress
    The YEF is funding a feasibility study of a multi-site RCT of grassroots organisations delivering mentoring.

    Project name:

    Multi-Site Trial: Mentoring

    Funding:

    £561,496

    Activity type:

    Mentoring

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study
    In progress
  • LifeLine Community Projects
    Launch grant round
    Completed
    The project provides young people with consistent, positive role models, weekly mentoring and positive peer networks.

    Project name:

    SW!TCH Lives

    Funding:

    £397,676

    Activity type:

    Mentoring

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study, Pilot study
    Completed
  • London Borough of Lambeth
    Launch grant round
    Completed
    The project works with young people when they enter police custody, utilising that ‘teachable moment’ to engage them in a 12-week programme.

    Project name:

    The DIVERT Programme

    Funding:

    £778,863

    Activity type:

    Mentoring, Pre-court diversion

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study, Pilot study
    Completed
  • St Christopher’s Fellowship
    Launch grant round
    Completed
    The project aims to engage those with a sibling known to the youth justice system, mentoring them to identify goals and connecting them to other services following the programme.

    Project name:

    St Christopher’s Fellowship Protective Sibling Mentoring Programme

    Funding:

    £318,605

    Activity type:

    Mentoring

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study
    Completed
  • The Titan Partnership
    Launch grant round
    Completed
    The project aims to help young people respond to challenging situations through digital interactive stories and targeted mentoring support.

    Project name:

    The Confident Resilient Children Project

    Funding:

    £508,004

    Activity type:

    Mentoring, Social skills training

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study, Pilot study
    Completed
  • Wakefield Council Youth Work Team
    Launch grant round
    Completed
    The programme uses street-based outreach, school-based activities, mentoring and youth-led social action to empower young people.

    Project name:

    Branching Out

    Funding:

    £638,397

    Activity type:

    Mentoring, Social skills training

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study, Pilot study
    Completed
  • ASSIST Trauma Care
    Launch grant round
    Completed
    The Guiding Young Minds (GYM) programme supports vulnerable young people through focussed youth work and trauma-focussed Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.

    Project name:

    ASSIST Trauma Care

    Funding:

    £650,374

    Activity type:

    Mentoring

    Evaluation types:

    Feasibility study, Pilot study
    Completed