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Transitions and Resilience Service

Transitions and Resilience Service

Following on from the successful Future 4 Me project, we are delighted to introduce 3 new specialist roles which will continue to develop our relationship based, trauma informed work with young people.

Healthy Relationships: working with young women who have experienced or are at risk of homelessness and experiencing domestic/sexual violence and abuse. 
We are grateful to Homeless Link for funding this work.
Mental Health: relationship based support for young people with a mental health need. 
Thanks to Bristol City Council and Big Lottery Fund for supporting our mental health work with young people.
Reducing Reoffending: relationship based support for young people aged 16-22 who are transitioning from youth to adult services, including those at risk of custody or leaving custody.
We are grateful to the Avon & Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner for supporting this work. 
More information
Please contact our Transitions and Resilience Service Manager

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