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SW!TCH Minds supports mental health of young people in Havering

We’re proud to announce that, thanks to funding from the Havering Clinical Commissioning Group, our SW!TCH Minds programme is currently supporting the mental health and wellbeing of young people in Havering. With demand for mental health services for young people increasing dramatically in the wake of the pandemic, our team are working in partnership with three other organisations—HBBS Counselling, Relate,...

4 weeks ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Case Studies

Case Study: Infant Feeding Support

In partnership with Havering Mind, our Infant Feeding Support team are supporting new mothers in Barking and Dagenham to take up breastfeeding by building a local support network, holding regular meet-ups and support sessions for new mothers, and providing targeted guidance and support to those in need.

4 weeks ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Case Studies

Case Study: Early Help Collective

The Early Help Collective is an initiative funded by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham to provide guidance and support to parents. LifeLine Projects is working alongside six other organisations in the Collective to answer parents’ questions, signpost them to helpful services, bring them together to support each other, and support their mental health.

2 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Case Studies

Case Study: Serious Group Violence mentoring

LifeLine's SW!TCH Lives programme is funded through the Community Safety Team of the London Borough of Havering. The SW!TCH Lives team provides support to vulnerable young people in Havering, who are at risk of or who are currently known to the Criminal Justice System, to prevent their situation from worsening. The service works closely with the Council’s Youth Offending Service and Probation...

3 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

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SW!TCH Futures to support 400 more young people in London

We’re delighted to announce that our SW!TCH Futures programme for young people on the edge of poor mental health, criminal exploitation, and education exclusion will be expanding even further. Thanks to funding from the new Propel initiative, we’ll be expanding our team of Youth Development Workers to support an additional 400 young people across East London over the next two...

3 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

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Using self-reporting to help demonstrate impact

Stakeholders, trustees, management teams, funders, and commissioners no longer just want to know just what we do---our outputs---they want to know the full impact that our work is having. LifeLine Projects is well-known for its award-winning VIP Mentoring approach. We're currently supporting over 600 at-risk young people. And, since 2000, we've helped over 300,000 people across our various programmes using...

5 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Case Studies

Case Study: Serious Group Violence mentoring

LifeLine's SW!TCH Lives programme is funded through the Community Safety Team of the London Borough of Havering. The SW!TCH Lives team provides support to vulnerable young people in Havering, who are at risk of or who are currently known to the Criminal Justice System, to prevent their situation from worsening. The service works closely with the Council's Youth Offending Service and Probation...

5 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

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Art with BootzMama Black History Art Exhibition

Join us on a journey of discovery and appreciation for the art of our young people at LifeLine Projects. The Art with BootzMama Black History Art Exhibition is a celebration of culture, unity and creativity. Our exhibit is a testament to the resilience and brilliance of Black people, Black Artists and Black Art.

6 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Team Spotlights

Introducing Niall, Little Learners Nursery Chef

This month, we're talking with Niall, who joined our Little Learners Nursery team earlier this year. As a chef for one of our nursery settings, Niall provided our Little Learners with home-cooked and nutritious meals to give them the energy they need for a day of learning through play. How would you describe your family? They taught me to always...

6 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Team Spotlights

Introducing Jeremy Simmons, Policy and Programme Officer at FaithAction

This month, we're talking with Jeremy, who has been a member of our FaithAction team as Policy and Programme Officer since 2019. Jeremy has been leading on the team's engagement with government policy, including feeding back to Westminster on the effects of policy changes, and has been responsible for much of the recent research FaithAction has published into the contributions...

7 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Team Spotlights

Introducing Farhatnaz, HR Officer

This month, we're talking with Farhatnaz, who joined LifeLine last year. Naz is the HR Officer within our Support Services team, working behind the scenes to ensure our staff are able to deliver the best possible services. Where did you grow up? What was your family like? As an HR officer, my responsibilities include recruitment–handling job applications, working with job...

8 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

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Celebrating SW!TCH on TikTok and in the sunday papers

Bursting onto TikTok Our SW!TCH team have recently started posting on TikTok, rapidly growing their following of young people to over 300 in a few months. As well as promoting upcoming activities, the team are able to provide a wider range of content for young people than in their face-to-face mentoring sessions–for example, key youth workers introduce themselves and share...

8 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

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