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  • Lives Not Knives
    Launch

    Lives Not Knives

    They deliver training and resources about violence prevention to teachers and support staff in schools with the highest rates of pupil exclusion, and provide mentoring to those identified as highest risk.

    Funding:

    £799,000

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    NatCen Social Research
  • Wakefield Council Youth Work Team
    Launch

    Wakefield Council Youth Work Team

    The programme uses street-based outreach, school-based activities, mentoring and youth-led social action to empower young people.

    Funding:

    £638,397

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    Sheffield Hallam University
  • The Titan Partnership
    Launch

    The Titan Partnership

    The project aims to help young people respond to challenging situations through a classroom programme using digital interactive stories and targeted mentoring support.

    Funding:

    £508,004

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    NatCen Social Research
  • The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust
    Launch

    The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

    The programme supports young people with impulsive or disruptive behaviour at the key transition phase of primary to secondary school, through providing skills-based therapeutic and family support.

    Funding:

    £728,156

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    Anna Freud
  • The Rugby Football League
    Launch

    The Rugby Football League

    The Inspiring Futures programme combines a mix of universal and targeted sports-based interventions, delivered by the charitable foundations of seven Rugby League clubs and supported by the RFL.

    Funding:

    £600,000

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    Manchester Metropolitan University
  • South Tyneside Council
    Launch

    South Tyneside Council

    The project combines teaching of skills with residential experiences, outdoor and community activities to provide young people and their family with the skills to positively engage with their community and peers.

    Funding:

    £351,514

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    IPSOS Mori
  • South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM)
    Launch

    South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM)

    The programme aims to reduce offending, improve family relationships and ensure school attendance through intensive systemic family therapy, support and behavioural interventions.

    Funding:

    £3,477,472

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    Warwick University
  • RISE Mutual CIC
    Launch

    RISE Mutual CIC

    The project helps young people displaying violence towards their parents to reduce harmful and destructive behaviours by teaching the parents non-violent resistance techniques and engaging the young person in one-to-one sessions.

    Funding:

    £538,181

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    University of Hertfordshire
  • Mental Health Foundation
    Launch

    Mental Health Foundation

    The Becoming a Man programme works to develop social-emotional skills and encourage positive anger expression through a trauma-informed counselling project, integrating clinical theory and practice.

    Funding:

    £1,643,164

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    Dartington Service Design Lab,University of Plymouth
  • London Borough of Lambeth
    Launch

    London Borough of Lambeth

    The Divert Youth project works with young people when they enter police custody, utilising that ‘teachable moment’ to engage them in a 12-week programme of strengths-based and family support.

    Funding:

    £778,863

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    Manchester Metropolitan University
  • LifeLine Community Projects
    Launch

    LifeLine Community Projects

    The project aims to promote positive actions and emotions and reduce risky behaviour by providing young people with consistent, positive role models, weekly mentoring and positive peer networks.

    Funding:

    £397,676

    Evaluation types:

    • Feasibility study
    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    NatCen Social Research
  • Leicestershire County Council
    Launch

    Leicestershire County Council

    The Advanced Lifeskills programme by Barnardo’s aims to improve young people’s social and emotional skills and help them to learn about decision-making, risk and consequences.

    Funding:

    £446,165

    Evaluation types:

    • Pilot study

    Evaluator:

    Sheffield Hallam University
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