Abianda

Location: London

Abianda is a social enterprise that works with young women affected by gangs. They offer one-to-one, group work and employment opportunities to gang-affected young women. They also offer training and support to professionals.

Telephone: 020 768 60520

Email: hello@abianda.com

http://abianda.com/

Action for Children

Location: UK National

We have delivered therapeutic post-sexual abuse services for children/young people for 25 years. Over this time our contract in Kent to provide emotional wellbeing services of this nature has changed from a pilot service supporting all young people requiring therapeutic intervention in Swale, expanding throughout south and east Kent, to now countywide provision. The Harbour Project (described above) was set up in October 2014 and whilst it is time-limited to 10 sessions we have experience of longer-term therapeutic support, and are currently piloting a 30 session model for one service user. Feedback from a parent: “the lady providing our care was very nice and attentive to mine and my child’s needs. She has helped us immensely through a very hard and troubling time.”

Remit area: Action for Children is one of the largest charitable providers of children’s services nationwide with 5,000 staff, 2,000 volunteers supporting more than 300,000 children, young people, parents and carers across 400 services in England, 74 in Scotland, 100 in Wales and 26 in Northern Ireland. We also have a strong track record of quality provision and positive presence in Staffordshire and are the key providers of short breaks and shared care across the county.

Registered Address:

Action for Children, 3 The Boulevard, Ascot Road, Watford. WD18 8AG

Phone: 01923 361 500

Email: ask.us@actionforchildren.org.uk

Web: https://www.actionforchildren.org.uk/

ARC Counselling

Location: South East

Charity counselling service for adults, youth and schools in Wokingham, Berkshire

Telephone: 0118 977 6710

Our opening times (all by appointment) are:

Monday to Friday: 10am to 5pm, 6pm to 9pm
Saturdays: 10am to 12 noon

Arch (North Staffs) Ltd

Location: West Midlands

Support for Children and Young People (Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire) Since 1989, Arch has been delivering services for individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, through a range of supported accommodation, floating support, advice services and educational programmes.

Remit area:

  • Stoke on Trent
  • North Staffordshire
  • Cheshire East (South)

Registered Address:

308 London Road, Stoke on Trent. ST4 5AB

Phone: 01782 744533

Email: info@archnorthstaffs.org.uk

Web: www.archnorthstaffs.org.uk

Registered Charity Number: 701376

Barnardo’s Birmingham Space Project

Location: West Midlands

Birmingham Space is a service for children and young people who are abused or vulnerable to abuse through sexual exploitation. Birmingham Space works directly with abused children and young people to develop strategies that will enable them to move towards a safer and more settled lifestyle. Work is also undertaken with children and young people who are vulnerable, to reduce the risk of abuse through sexual exploitation. Birmingham Space provides presentations and training to adults working with children, to increase awareness and understanding of the issues surrounding child sexual exploitation, in order that vulnerable or abused children can be identified and appropriate interventions can be supported. Birmingham Space can provide preventative programmes in schools and youth settings to explore risk and vulnerability, define the difference between abusive and loving relationships, and raise awareness of how children can be targeted and exploited by adults.

Remit area: Birmingham

Registered Address:

40 Rupert Street, Nechells, Birmingham. B7 4PS

Phone: 0121 359 5333

Email: birminghamspace@barnardos.org.uk,

Web: www.barnardos.org.uk/space

Barnardo’s R-U-Safe CSE & Missing Service

Location: South East

Barnardo’s R-U-Safe CSE and Missing Service offers support and direct intervention work with young people in Buckinghamshire around sexual exploitation and for those who have been reported and returned from going missing. Early intervention is covered through delivering CSE awareness raising with young people in schools and also through training frontline professionals. In addition, we offer trauma focused counselling for young people open to the service.

Remit area: Buckinghamshire Region

Registered Address:

Montrose Lane, Lancaster Road, High Wycombe. HP123PY

Phone: 01494 461112

Email: rusafe@barnardos.org.uk

Web: http://www.barnardos.org.uk/rusafebucks.htm

Barnardo’s B You Missing and CSE service

Location: South East

B You Missing service works alongside West Sussex and East Sussex Police when young people go missing and return home. They also work closely with children and young people delivering direct work for those that are at risk of CSE.

Remit area: East and West Sussex

Registered Address:

Satellite Business Park, Fleming Way, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9NE

Phone: 01293 610 691

Web: http://www.barnardos.org.uk/cse

Barnardo’s Miss U and U Turn Service. Southampton and Portsmouth

Location: South East

Barnardo’s U-Turn and Miss-U Service offers support and direct work with young people around sexual exploitation and also works with young people who have returned from being missing.

Remit area: Portsmouth and Southampton

Registered Address:

Post Office Chambers, St. John’s Centre, Upper Northam Road Hedge End, Southampton. SO30 4QU

Tel: 01489 796684

Email: southampton@barmardos.org.uk; portsmouth@barnardos.org.uk

Web: http://www.barnardos.org.uk/miss-u-service-southampton.htm

Barnardo’s ReachOut

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Barnardo’s ReachOut is a preventative child sexual exploitation (CSE) project established under a partnership funding agreement between Barnardo’s, the KPMG Foundation, Department for Education, Communities and Local Government and Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC).

ReachOut provides support to children, families and communities affected by and/or vulnerable to child sexual exploitation through; individual and group support, awareness raising programmes in schools and communities in addition to an extensive outreach offer across the borough.

Registered Office:

Barnardo’s, 10 Nightingale Court, Nightingale Close, Moorgate, Rotherham. S60 2AB

Phone: 01709 377157

Team Managers: Sarah Morton and Marie Harris

Barnardo’s Satellite

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Satellite, funded through Barnardo’s voluntary funds, Children in Need and other local Grants is a specialist CSE service sitting within Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham Co-located CSE teams. The service works to the Barnardo’s 4 As model but focusses primarily on Direct Work with C&YP for whom there are significant concerns or who are involved in police investigations or court proceedings.

Registered Address:

Barnardo’s, 10 Nightingale Court, Nightingale Close, Moorgate, Rotherham. S60 2AB

Phone: 01709 377157

Service Manager: Karen Goddard

 

Barnardo’s Sexually Exploited Children Outreach Services (SECOS)

Location: North East

Barnardo’s Sexually Exploited Children Outreach Services (SECOS) based in Middlesbrough offers support to young people being sexually exploited and adults involved in prostitution in South Tees area. Also offers training to professionals around sexual exploitation, trafficking, sexual abuse, self-harm and sexually harmful behaviour. The project works with young people in the Tees Valley, and their bases are located in Middlesbrough and we have CSE services in Durham, Darlington, Hartlepool, Redcar and Cleveland using a hub and spoke model with SECOS being the Hub and spokes the other areas . We also have SCARPA a partnership with the Children’s Society in Newcastle where we have a trained CSE worker

Remit area: Middlesbrough, Stockton, Durham, Darlington, Hartlepool, Redcar and Cleveland

Regestered Address:

East West Centre, Ayresome Green Lane, Middlesbrough. TS5 5BA

Phone: 01642 819743

Email: SECOS.Project@barnardos.org.uk

Web: www.barnardos.org.uk/secos.htm

Barnardos ACE project

Location: North East

Support for young people aged between 11-25 years experiencing difficulties in their lives, especially due to abuse, sexual exploitation, and problems at home. We also raise awareness in schools & youth settings about healthy relationships and keeping safe. All our support packages are free to service users.

Remit area: Tees Valley

98 Dovecote Street, Stockton on Tees, TS18 1HA

Phone: 01642 604593

www.barnardos.org.uk

Barnardos Bristol BASE ‘Hub & Spokes’ Project

Location: South West

Barnardo’s BASE Hub and Spokes service provides specialist support to young people who are being (or are at risk of being) sexually exploited. We work with young people of all genders across the whole of Avon and Somerset. We provide specialist intervention to reduce risk of future exploitation, reduce young people going missing, recognition and recovery work around experiences of sexual exploitation and practical support and advice.

We also provide tailored training to residential care homes, secure units, staff teams, safeguarding boards and local authority children and young people services.

 Remit area: Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset, Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Swindon

Tel: 0117 934 9726

Email: ella.remes@barnardos.org.uk

Web: www.barnardos.org.uk/basebristol.htm

Barnardos Child and Family Spport Services

Location: Scotland

Barnardos Child and Family Spport Services works with children and young people who have experienced abuse. We provide a range of interventions for children and young people who have experienced or are at risk of sexual exploitation. We provide 1:1 support; therapeutic work where appropriate; help young people develop increased confidence and resilience, enable them to gain better understanding of the factors which can lead to sexual exploitation, help them to develop safety strategies and help build stronger support and protective networks around the child/young person. Our group programme – FACE (Fighting Against Child Exploitation) is an award winning programme which supports and enables young people to support others who have experienced or are at risk of sexual exploitation; raise awareness of sexual exploitation and the factors which can increase the risks of sexual exploitation; develop and produce resource for professionals and young people – such as the Nae Danger pack and the FaceUp2It website (http://www.faceup2it.org/); and contribute to training for professionals and community groups.

Remit area: Dundee

Registered Address:

3 Fleuchar Street, Dundee, DD2 2LQ

Phone: 01382 432631

Email: familyservicesdundee@barnardos.org.uk

Barnardos Cymru Seraf Service

Location: Wales

Barnardo’s Cymru Seraf Service works with children, young people under 18 who are at risk of or abused through sexual exploitation in Wales. Offers intensive support, group work, prevention wok in schools, training for multi-agency professionals and consultation services.

Emma Kwaya-James, Children’s Services Manager

Registered Address:

46 Marlborough Road, Roath, Cardiff, CF23 5BX

Phone: 0292 049 1743

Email: Serafservice@barnardos.org.uk

Web: www.barnardos.org.uk/serafservice.htm

Barnardos Missing from Home Service

Location: North East

Barnardos run an independent 1:1 Return Home and Return to Care Interview service in Sunderland local authority and can provide the service on a  spot purchase basis for those placing children in the Sunderland area. We also offer training around Child Sexual Exploitation, Missing from Home and Internet safety via our CEOP Ambassador trained staff member. The service forms part of a wider service offer of intensive family support and mediation.

Barnardos Missing from Home Service

Registered Address:

Barnardos Sungate Parenting, 20 Bewick Road, Gateshead.  NE8 4DP

Phone: 0191 4784667

Email: Rachel.chard@barnardos.org.uk

Barnardos Missing Service, Kirklees

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

The Barnardo’s Missing Service works with young people at their point of return from going missing. We work with those aged 10 to 16 years who live with at home with parent/s and those aged 10 to 18 who are looked after. We work in partnership with Police, Social Care and Health. We offer a confidential service to young people when they return home or to their care base. We are a young people focused service. Our aim is to explore risks and to look at strategies for keeping young people safe. We know that going missing can be linked with risks of sexual exploitation or offending. Our service is short term, which could include family work, parent/ carer support, crisis intervention, advocacy or a volunteer for a listening and support service. We will also offer to support young people to access services and resources they feel are appropriate for them.

Remit area: Kirklees district

Helen West, Children’s Services Manager

c/o Barnardos Head Office, Tanners Lane, Barkingside, Illford, Essex, IG6 1QG

Phone: 0208 5508822 head office

Email: missinginyorkshire@barnardos.org.uk

Web: www.barnardos.org.uk

Barnardos Plymouth BASE

Location: South West

Plymouth BASE

Registered Address:

Four Greens Community Trust, Whitleigh Green, Budshead Road, Plymouth. PL5 4DD

Office: 01752 875934

Mobiles:

Kerrie Russell Mob 07775545929

Carin Laird – 07718 423350

Sharon Roach  Family support worker – 07808 200189

Nick Cook CSM- 07590 623840

Barnardos R-U Safe / Sexual Exploitation and Missing Service?

Location: East of England

R.U.Safe? works from the premise that young people under the age of 18 who are being sexually exploited, are being abused. The service aims to reach out to vulnerable young people by providing a Holistic package of care delivered through Assertive outreach, drop-ins and preventative groups/programmes. The service works with young people to promote safety, healthy relationships, reduce risky behaviour, increased self worth and self-esteem, so as to raise their aspirations and enable them into making positive choices for the future.

Our work also involves encouraging and supporting young people in exiting harmful relationships, to which they can fall extremely vulnerable to. Our direct work includes, but not limited to, a range of activities, programmes and opportunities that assist in addressing their diverse and complex needs. We have a client centred approach and each young person will be assessed on their individual circumstances. We work closely with Thames Valley Police so as to provide a service to Young people, aged between 11 to 18 who have returned home after being reported missing. – Young People who have missing episodes are vulnerable to Sexual Exploitation.

Remit area: Buckinghamshire

R.U.Safe?, 2 Hamilton Road, High Wycombe, HP12 3LL

Phone: 01494 461112

Mobile: 07546 075638

Email: rusafe@barnardos.org.uk

Web: www.barnardos.org.uk/rusafebucks.htm

Barnardos Safe Choices Northern Ireland

Location: Northern Ireland

Charitable trusts and foundations play a key role in helping us provide services to vulnerable children and young people across the UK. They fund work that reflects their own location, origins, interests and priorities.

Remit area: Eastern, Northern Board

Jacqui Montgomery-Devlin, Children’s Services Manager

230b Belmont Road, Belfast, BT4 2AW

Phone: 028 90658511

Email: jacqui.montgomery@barnardos.org.uk

Web: http://www.barnardos.org.uk/nisafechoices.htm

Barnardos Safer Choices Glasgow

Location: Scotland

Barnardo’s Safer Choices service provides independent support to children and young people under the age of 18 who may be experiencing a crisis and are frequenting Glasgow city centre, including young people who may have run away from their family home or residential care, or who are or at risk of being exploited, particularly through sexual exploitation. The aims of the service are to support children and young people to identify risk and devise strategies to reduce this risk and thus reduce harm.

Remit area: Glasgow

Registered Address:

3rd Floor Rear, 91 Mitchell Street, Glasgow, G1 3LN

Phone: 0141 243 2393

Email: SaferChoices@barnardos.org.uk

Web: http://www.barnardos.org.uk/saferchoices.htm

 

Barnardos Safer Futures

Location: North West

Barnardo’s safer futures works with young people up to 18 years, who are being sexually exploited or controlled. The project helps them to keep safe and to take control over their lives.

Remit area: North West Bury, Bolton, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan

Tel: 0800 1695295 (Free Helpline)

Barnardos Turnaround Service

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Turnaround is a partnership between Barnardo’s, Bradford Metropolitan District Council and West Yorkshire Police.

Turnaround provides a specialist service to young people which aims to increase self-esteem and fosters confidence, skills and knowledge about reducing the risks and vulnerabilities to sexual exploitation and trafficking.

The service also offers a flexible service to children and young people who are reported missing from home or community homes.

Remit area: Bradford, West Yorkshire

Registered Address:

Sir Henry Mitchell House, 4 Manchester Road, Bradford. BD5 0QL

Phone: 01274 434222

Email: turnaround@barnardos.org.uk

Web: http://www.barnardos.org.uk/barnardo-s-turnaround-service/service-view.htm?id=174066967

Barnardos Young Women’s Project / Pan London Work

Location: London

The Barnardo’s Young Women’s Project is based in London and work with girls and young women up to the age of 18 who are are at risk of, or who are being abused through, sexual exploitation. Our aims are to provide a range of practical, social care, health and educational services which focus on prevention, harm reduction and recovery for young women who are being abused through exploitation.

Remit area: London

Gloria Stott, Children’s Services Manager

Eaves Scarlett Centre, Unit 3 12 Canterbury Court, Kennington Business Park, 1-3 Brixton Road, London, SW9 6DE

Phone: 0207 7904621

Phone: 0800 316 1770 (Freephone; please note that this number is for clients only)

Email: gloria.stott@barnardos.org.uk

Web: http://www.barnardos.org.uk/youngwomenslondon.htm

 

BASE (Building Awareness of Sexual Exploitation)

Location: East Midlands

Provides support and understanding to people vulnerable to sexual exploitation in Stoke on Trent

Remit area: Stoke on Trent

Lucie Jones, Project Manager

c/o Brighter Futures, Stoke on Trent

Phone: 01782 286862

Email: emma.davies@brighter-futures.org.uk

www.brighter-futures.org.uk

Base 25 Young People’s Services

Location: West Midlands

Voluntary Sector providers of CSE prevention and support work in Wolverhampton. Individual support and group work is undertaken with young people.

Phone: 01902 572040

Registered Address:

Castle House, Wheelers Fold, Wolverhampton. WV1 1HN

Registered Charity Number: 1071727

Web: http://youthlink.btck.co.uk/

Base 51

Location: East Midlands

Support with : Housing, Counselling, CASH (Health) Family Support, Learning Support.

Remit area:

Registered Address:

31 Castle Gate , Nottingham. NG1 7AR

Phone: 0115 952 5040

Email: info@base51.org.uk

Web: http://www.base51.org.uk

Basis Training and Education- The Social Issue Specialists

Location: UK National

Basis Training and Education provides specialist, accredited training, education and research on the social issues affecting our communities today. Basis is connected to a network of charitable projects specialising in Child Sexual Exploitation and adult sex work. This charity, Genesis Leeds was established in 1989 and all our income raised in reinvested back into intensive service delivery supporting some of Leeds most vulnerable communities. Building on years of experience working on the front-line, Basis blends together ‘on the ground knowledge’ of key social issues with professional training and customer service to provide organisations with a high quality learning experience. We’ve worked with some of the UK’s leading organisations to train their staff including; Leeds University, BBC Children in Need and Together Trust to raise awareness and help change the outcomes for vulnerable groups through knowledge and education. We also work with young people, families and communities to raise awareness and increase knowledge of safety and risk.

Remit area: National

Amber Wilson

Registered Address:

94 North Street, Leeds. LS2 7PN

Phone: 0113 2430036

Email: info@basistraining.org.uk; amber.wilson@basistraining.org.uk

Web: http://basistraining.org.uk/

Basis Young People

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Support around child sexual exploitation, the grooming process, sexual health, healthy relationships, internet safety, assessing risks etc

Remit area: Leeds post codes (young women only); N. Yorkshire (young men and women)

Devin Kelly and Carwen Jones

Registered Address:

94 North Street Leeds. LS2 7PN

Phone: 0113 2430036

Email: info-basis@basisyorkshire.org.uk

For Referrals: ypreferrals@basisyorkshire.org.uk

Web: www.basisyorkshire.org.uk/youngpeople

Registered Charity Number: 1120350

Belfast Cognitive Therapy Centre

Location: Northern Ireland

Professional counselling/therapy for sexual issues/sexual abuse

Remit area:

Registered Address:

Strand House, 102 Holywood Road, Belfast. BT4 1NU

Phone: 028 9065 0060

Email:  info@belfastctcentre.com

Web: www.belfastctcentre.com

Belfast EA Region Social services Contacts

Location: Northern Ireland

Remit area:

Children’s Services Gateway Team

110 Saintfield Road, Belfast, BT8 6HD

Gateway 02890 507000

Care & Protect Team (18+) 02895 041744

Beyond the Streets

Location: UK National

Beyond the Streets is a UK charity working to end sexual exploitation.

Registered Office:

PO Box 1676, Southampton. SO15 9DA

Registered Charity Number: 1099006

Phone: 0300 3021122

Email: office@beyondthestreets.org.uk

Web: http://beyondthestreets.org.uk

Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid

Location: West Midlands

Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid supports women and children affected by domestic violence, rape and sexual assault. We believe that women and children have the right to live free from violence, abuse and fear.

Phone: 0808 800 0028

Phone: 0121 6858687

Registered Address:

44 – 48 Bristol Street, Birmingham. B5 7AA

Birmingham CSE Team

Location: West Midlands

A multi-agency team led by Birmingham City Council and West Midlands Police to provide support to victims of CSE and young people identified as being at risk of CSE.

Phone: 0121 303 1888

Phone: 0121 6754806 out of hours

Blackburn ENGAGE

Location: North West

Engage is a new multi agency group that has been launched to tackle sexual exploitation of young people in Blackburn with Darwen. It is the successor to Operation Engage, a police led campaign that ran for two years to work with young and vulnerable people considered to be at risk of being sexually exploited while missing from home. Engage is a multi-agency, co-located team made up of partners from the voluntary and statutory sector that comes together to safeguard children and families at risk of sexual exploitation. The partnership shares three key drivers, Prevention, Protection and Prosecution.

Remit area:

Nick McPartlan, Service Manager

Registered Address:

Accrington Road Community Centre, Accrington Road, Blackburn, BB1 2AF

Phone: 01254 56145

Email: n.mcpartlan@blackburn.gov.uk

Breakout Youth Project (No Limits)

Location: South East

Breakout is a project for young people who live in Southampton aged 13 to 21 who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender or unsure of their gender or sexual identity. We offer: Confidential one to one support A weekly social group that meets every Tuesday at a safe location between 7pm – 9.30pm Phone line and email support We are a team of Youth Support Workers who are part of the Children’s Services and Learning Directorate of Southampton City Council. Other things we do include: A programme of visits and social events as well as training that young people can choose to take part in.

Remit area: Southampton

Registered Address:

35 The Avenue, Southampton. SO17 1XN

Phone: 02380 224224

Email: enquiries@breakoutyouth.org.uk

Web: http://www.breakoutyouth.org.uk/

 

 

 

Bright Futures

Location: North East

Bright Futures is a young women’s charity working across the North East delivering issue based work including substance misuse, healthy relationships, child sexual exploitation, sexual health, employment programmes and young mums groups.

Remit area: Young women aged 11-25 around a range of issues.

Helen Bowman / Nicola Whalen, Managing Directors

Community Hub, 459 John Williamson Street, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE33 5HP

Phone: 0191 4551196

Email: brightfutures@live.co.uk

Web: www.brightfuturesne.co.uk

Brighter Futures

Location: West Midlands

Brighter Futures originally known as Potteries Housing Association was set up in 1974 to provide homeless people with somewhere to sleep. By 2016 the organisation was becoming much more than a housing association and is now known as Brighter Futures.

Remit area: Stoke On Trent & Staffordshire

Registered Address:

5 Whittle Court, Hanley, Stoke on Trent. ST1 2QE

Phone: 01782 406000

Email: staffordshire.helpline@brighter-futures.org.uk

Email: nfo@brighter-futures.org.uk

Web: brighter-futures.org.uk

Brighton & Hove Safeguarding Children Board

Location: South East

 

Registered Address:

Safeguarding and Quality Assurance Unit, Moulsecoomb Hub North, Hodshrove Lane, Brighton. BN2 4SE

Phone: 01273 292379

Email: LSCB@Brighton-hove.gov.uk

Web: http://www.brightonandhovelscb.org.uk

Brook Young People

Location: UK National

Brook Young People provides free and confidential sexual health and wellbeing services for nearly 250,000 young people UK-wide, each year.

We also provide sex and relationships education (SRE) in a range of settings and training courses for professionals working with young people.

Registered Address:

81 London Road, Liverpool. L3 5NF

Phone: 0151 207400

Web: https://www.brook.org.uk

 

Buddy Me Project, Asphaleia Action

Location: London

Buddy Me project (BM) funded by Comic Relief aims to reduce the number of trafficked young people falling into the hands of criminal traffickers to be exploited through slavery and prostitution. BM supports trafficking victims, providing eight week intensive buddying to empower “at risk” young people in making the decision not to contact their trafficker and disappear into a life of exploitation. BM provides a flexible programme of intensive buddying and needs related support to trafficked young people (aged 14-19) upon arrival in the UK.

Remit area: West London, (Uxbridge, West Sussex, Worthing)

Registered Address:

195b High Street, Uxbridge, UB8 1VB

Phone: 01895 272478

Web: www.asphaleia.co.uk

Camden Child Sexual Exploitation Service

Location: London

We provide support for young people (male and female) aged 12 to 17 and living in Camden who are experiencing, or are at risk of, sexual exploitation through the provision of one-to-one and group work. Our service aims to build a therapeutic relationship and give young people a safe space and tools to reflect on their experiences using socio-educative approaches. Issues explored may include emotions, healthy and unhealthy relationships, self-esteem, safety, consent, grooming and exploitation, gangs and offending. We are currently commissioned to work with young people assessed as ‘amber’ or ‘red’ using the Camden child sexual exploitation risk assessment tool.

Registered Address:

21-23 The Broadway, London. E15 4BQ

Phone: 020 8221 8200

Web: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/camden-child-sexual-exploitation-service

Catch 22 Pan Cheshire Missing from Home and Sexual Exploitation Service

Location: North West

Catch22 offers a Missing from Home Service and CSE service for young people in the Four Local Authorities within Pan Cheshire, Halton, Warrington, Cheshire East and Cheshire West and Chester. We also provide a service in Wirral. We provide Case Work, Return Interviews with Children and Young People and Direct Work. All case workers are trained in CSE/Trafficking and Missing. We also provide Local Authorities and Police with detailed data and intelligence.

Remit area: Pan Cheshire

Kathy Boardman, Manager

Registered Address:

CRMZ, Kingsway, Widnes,, Halton , Cheshire, WA8 7QE

Phone: 07889 128221

Email: kathy.boardman@catch-22.org.uk

Web: www.catch-22.org.uk/missing-and-cse

Catch22

Location: West Midlands

BASE58 is now part of Catch 22 who are committed to using experience and expertise to provide excellent services to the people of Stoke-on-Trent. · Staff at Catch 22 support young men and women (aged between 11&18) who are being or who are at risk of sexual exploitation, using different styles of support depending on the young person’s level of risk;

Registered Address:

Thomas Boughey Childrens Centre, College Road, Shelton, Stoke on Trent. ST4 2DQ

Phone: 01782 237106

Email: catch22cse@catch-22.org.uk

Web: www.catch-22.org.uk

Catch22 Dawes Unit Bristol

Location: South West

The Dawes gangs programme in Bristol uses an ‘end to end’ approach; young people and their families are supported through all the key points of risk in their lives, including points at which they are ready to make changes. Ranging from early intervention to preventing young people from being drawn into gangs, and supporting entrenched gang members to move on and out including through enterprise, the work is delivered in partnership with statutory and voluntary agencies, and aims to respond to need and ensure that the right interventions are in place at the right time.

Remit area: Bristol

Registered Address:

Head Office, 27 Pear Street, London. EC1V 3AG

Phone: 020 7336 4800

Web: www.catch-22.org.uk

Catch22 Dawes Unit Wolverhampton

Location: West Midlands

The Dawes gangs programme in Wolverhampton uses an ‘end to end’ approach; young people and their families are supported through all the key points of risk in their lives, including points at which they are ready to make changes. Ranging from early intervention to preventing young people from being drawn into gangs, and supporting entrenched gang members to move on and out including through enterprise, the work is delivered in partnership with statutory and voluntary agencies, and aims to respond to need and ensure that the right interventions are in place at the right time.

Remit area: Wolverhampton

Registered Address:

Red Lion Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1UY

Phone: 01902 572394

Email: dawes@catch-22.org.uk

Web: www.catch-22.org.uk

Registered Charity Number: 1124127

Catch22 Pan Merseyside Child Sexual Exploitation Service

Location: North West

Catch22 offers a CSE service across Merseyside working with young people who are currently involved in or at risk of child sexual exploitation, gangs and trafficking, through both one to one and group work. We also offer training to groups of young people (preventative and targeted) as well as professional training to members of the children and young people’s workforce. We work closely with local authorities and the Police to share intelligence.

Remit area: Pan Merseyside

Registered Address:

7th Floor, St Peters House, Balliol Road, Bootle. L20 3AB

Tel: 0151 934 2535

Email: ellie.fairgrieve@catch-22.org.uk

Web: www.catch-22.org.uk/missing-and-cse

Catch22 St Helens Missing and Child Sexual Exploitation Service

Location: North West

Catch22 offers a Missing and CSE service in the St Helens area working with young people under 18-years-old who are missing from home or care or who are experiencing or at risk of child sexual exploitation. We also offer training to groups of young people (preventative and targeted) as well as professional training to members of the children and young people’s workforce. We conduct return interviews and work closely with local authorities and the Police to share intelligence.

Remit area: St Helens

Registered Address:

Atlas House, Corporation Street, St Helens, Merseyside.  WA10 1LD

Phone: 07764810740

Email: ellie.fairgrieve@catch-22.org.uk

Web: www.catch-22.org.uk/missing-and-cse

Catch22 Wirral Missing and Child Sexual Exploitation Service

Location: North West

Catch22 offers a Missing and CSE service in the Wirral area working with young people under 18-years-old who are missing from home or care or who are experiencing or at risk of child sexual exploitation. We also offer training to groups of young people (preventative and targeted) as well as professional training to members of the children and young people’s workforce. We conduct return interviews and work closely with local authorities and the Police to share intelligence.

Remit area: Wirral

Registered Address:

Moreton Municipal Building, Knutsford Road, Moreton, Wirral , CH46 8TN

Phone: 0151 6664897

Email: vikki.mckenna@catch-22.org.uk

Web: www.catch-22.org.uk/missing-and-cse

Central Referral Unit

Location: Northern Ireland

The Public Protection Arrangements for Northern Ireland have changed from 1 April 2015. The Child Abuse Investigation Units (CAIUs) are now co-terminous with the Health and Social Care Trust boundaries. To make contact with the PSNI about suspected child abuse contact the Central Referral Unit (CRU) based in Belfast and they will take the details. The case will then be allocated to the Child Abuse Investigation Unit in whose area the alleged offence occurred. When you are referring to the CRU ensure that you request that the investigating officer contact you directly. This will then prompt the CRU staff member to include your request for contact in the onward referral to the appropriate Child Abuse Investigation Unit.

Remit area:

Phone: 02890 259299

 

Centre for Action on Rape and Abuse (CARA)

Location: South East

CARA is a registered charity working with adult women and men, young people (aged 13-19) and children aged 12 and under from across mid and north Essex.

Remit Area: Essex

Telephone: 01206 367881

Email: info@caraessex.org.uk

PO Box 548

Colchester

CO1 1YP

 

 

Centrepoint Assessment Centre and Safestop Hostel

Location: London

Emergency Accommodation for 16 – 25 year olds

Remit area:

Centrepoint, 54 Dean Street, London. W1D 6AE

Phone: 0207 4236805

Email: c.barnes@centrepoint.org

Web: www.centrepoint.org.uk

CEOP

Location: UK National

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is the national law enforcement agency committed to tackling the sexual abuse of children – in both the online and offline environments – with the principal aim of identifying, locating and safeguarding children and young people from harm.Web

Web: https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

Chance UK

Location: UK National

Our mission To improve the lives of primary school children with behavioural difficulties who are at risk of developing anti-social or criminal behaviour in the future. . We work closely with local schools to improve life for the child, their family and their classmates.

Phone: 020 7281 5858

Registered Charity Number: 1046947

Web: http://www.chanceuk.com/

 

Change, Grow, Live (CGL)

Location: UK National

We are a social care and health charity that supports and enables people to change their lives for the better and achieve positive and life-affirming goals.

Our service users are adults, young people and families whose lives are affected by substance misuse, homelessness, poverty, unemployment, domestic abuse, mental health issues and offending.

Web: https://www.changegrowlive.org

Registered Charity Number: 1079327

Check Point (The Children’s Society)

Location: South West

An information and advice service for 8-18 year olds. The project runs a number of specialist services,a child sexual exploitation service, an advocacy service for child protection and child looked after, an independent visitor service, a drug and alcohol service, young people’s counselling, family mediation, substance misuse service and a sexual health service

Remit area: Torbay, Devon

Richard Kirkup, Programme Manager

Registered Address:

7 Victoria Road, Torquay. TQ1 1HU

Phone: 01803 200100  client

Phone: 01803 290330 admin

Email: cpt@childrenssociety.org.uk

Web: www.childrenssociety.org.uk/

Cheshire Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre

Location: North West

Supporting people who have been affected by rape or sexual abuse.

Offices based in Chester, Crewe, Ellesmere Port, Knowsley, Halton, Northwich, Macclesfield, St.Helens and Warrington as well as offering outreach support in locations across Cheshire and Merseyside.

https://www.rapecentre.org.uk/

Telephone: 01925 221 546 or 0330 363 0063 (The information line is answered during office hours which are 9am – 4.30pm, Monday – Friday)

RASASC (Cheshire and Merseyside), PO Box 35, Warrington, Cheshire WA1 1DW

Child and Young Person Trauma & Abuse Therapy

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Discounted therapy for organisations whilst funding exists

Remit area:

Registered Address:

Poppy House, 4 Charlotte Street Yard, Wakefield. WF1 1UB

 

Phone: 01924 794705

Email: info@peersupportyorks.co.uk

Web: www.peersupportyorks.co.uk

Child Trafficking Advice and Information Line, CTAIL (NSPCC)

Location: UK National

NSPCC Child Trafficking Advice and Information Line is a UK wide free phone line for practitioners with a concern for children who may have been trafficked. Works to raise awareness of child trafficking, offers face to face consultation for practitioners, encourages young people’s participation and undertakes case work.

Registered Address:

Weston House, 42 Curtain Road, London. EC2A 3NH

Registered Charity Number: 216401

Phone: 0808 800 5000

Email: help@nspcc.org.uk

Web: https://www.nspcc.org.uk

Children At Risk of Exploitation (C.A.R.E)

Location: East of England

We provide specialist support to children and young people aged 8-24 years who are victims of, or at risk of sexual exploitation across Essex.

Remit area: Children and young people aged 8-24 years who are at risk of sexual exploitation, or have been victims of abuse, in Essex. We also provide advice and guidance for parents and carers. Referrals are accepted from any agency and/or individual working with a child, young person or family. We work with a number of other agencies including the police, youth offending teams, social care, schools and CAHMS, as well as many others.

Registered Address:

114 Springfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 6LF

Phone: 01245 493 311

Email: cse.referrals@childrenssociety.org.uk

Web: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/essex-young-peoples-drug-and-alcohol-service

Children Services Gateway

Location: Northern Ireland

The Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, Children’s Community Service provides a professional response to meet the assessed needs of children and young people plus their families and carers for support, care or protection.] The initial point of contact and assessment for all referrals where there is concern regarding the welfare of a child.is

Remit area:

Phone: 028 9050 7000 [9-5pm, Monday-Friday]

Phone: 028 95049999 out of hours

Clear & Secure CSE ‘Hub & Spoke’ Project

Location: South West

CLEAR (Children Linked to and Experiencing Abusive Relationships) is a unique child centred therapeutic service, working throughout Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, delivering support to Children and Young People (CYP), between 0 – 18 years of age and up to 25 years of age with additional needs, who have been traumatised by either direct experience or witnessing sexual, psychological or emotionally abusive relationships.

In recognition of the needs of C&YP impacted by CSE Clear in 2014 developed Clear & Secure a “Hub and Spoke” specialist CSE service. CLEAR and Secure offers an intervention service for young people and their families affected by CSE; delivering a service that is psychologically informed to understand adolescent development and the impact of trauma. A community youth work model informed by domestic abuse/sexual violence knowledge and skills is used. Formal therapy for young people when they are ready is also accessible through CLEAR. The intervention service is delivered across Cornwall.We also offer direct work with parents/carers using a “strengths” based approach where work is completed alongside the parent while a separate worker works with the Child or Young Person but both cover similar material simultaneously.

Clear & Secure aims to reduce the risk of future exploitation and young people going missing /absconding by delivering interventions supporting recognition and recovery work around experiences of sexual exploitation; plus we provide practical support and advocacy. We also provide bespoke CSE training to schools, local authority and young people services and a range of VCS organisations.

Dina Holder ,Children & Young Persons Service Manager

PO Box 706, Truro, TR4 9NF

Phone: 01872 261147

Mobile: 07715 672238

Clear office: 01872 261147

Email: d.holder@clearsupport.net

Web: www.clearsupport.net

 

CLEAR and Secure (Part of the charity CLEAR)

Location: South West

We are a support and intervention service for young people up to the age of 18 and their families who are affected by sexual exploitation. We can offer one to one youth work support and therapeutic work when appropriate for a young person. Our work can be directly with a young person, indirectly with a person who has a key relationship with them or at a strategy and safety planning level. We deliver training to schools and awareness sessions with students in schools. Psychological assessment and consultation related to the effects of sexual exploitation is available.

Remit area: Cornwall

Registered Address:

Park House, Threemilestone Industrial Estate, Truro, Cornwall. TR4 9LD

Tel: 07542 532001

Email: clearandsecure@clearsupport.net

Web: http://www.clearsupport.net/CSE/

 

Connected Youth CIC

Location: West Midlands

Connected Youth CIC are a support service that connects with young people and vulnerable adults to help keep them safe from harm. Their aim is to provide a “safety-net” to plug the gaps in services that require extra support.

They provide a detached/outreach approach in working with young people on the streets providing information and support in the prevention and early intervention against CSE and risky behaviours and we also provide 1-1 support and group work with girls and boys who are at risk of or involved in exploitation throughout schools and other youth provisions.

They run youth-led discussions and workshops within schools to help to support the PSHE curriculum around the areas of sexual health/behaviour, risk-taking, consent and coercion, pornography, families, and they also provide a Preventative Education programme which encompasses Protective behaviours with ages 11-17.

Connected Youth CIC are Stand Against Violence trainers within Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent and also are a C-Card distribution centre and ASDAN centre.

 

Rachel Butcher Programme Manager

Registered Office:

34 Lotus Avenue, Knypersley, Stoke on Trent. ST8 6PS

Email: connectedyouth@mail.com
Mobile: 07855652753.

Consultancy and Workforce Development

Location: West Midlands

Provide consultancy for partnerships at a senior level in relation to child sexual exploitation. Also carry out training needs analysis, devise and deliver multi-level multi-agency workforce development programmes

Remit area:

Jan Norton, Consultant, West Midlands

Phone: 07970 010577

Email: jan@jannorton.co.uk

Cookstown Family Centre

Location: Northern Ireland

Family centres deal with family centred problems which include helping families with sexual abuse.

Remit area:

Registered Address:

2 Westland Road, Cookstown, Northern Ireland, BT80 8BX

Phone: 028 8672 3933

Coram CLC – Children’s Legal Centre

Location: UK National

Coram Children’s Legal Centre (CCLC) specialises in law and policy affecting children and young people.

Promoting the rights of children in the UK and beyond

CCLC provides free legal information, advice and representation to children, young people, their families, carers and professionals, as well as international consultancy on child law and children’s rights.

Web: http://www.coram.org.uk

Registered Charity Number: 312278

Phone: 020 7520 0300

 

Cornerhouse

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Cornerhouse (Yorkshire), is a voluntary sector agency dealing with all aspects of sexual health, including HIV/AIDS, family planning and prevention of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). We offer a range of services across Hull and the East Riding, particularly (though not exclusively) focussed on the needs of young people, offering guidance, support, training and, most importantly, knowledge. Cornerhouse has recently begun to offer a variety of interventions on the issue of children and young people at risk of sex exploitation. This includes training for professional and young people, one to one and group support for young people thought to be at risk.

Remit area: Hull, East Riding

Registered Address:

29 Percy Street, Hull. HU2 8HL

Phone: 01482 327044

Email: admin@wearecornerhouse.orgorg

Web: www.wearecornerhouse.org

Registered Charity Number: 1003540

Counselling Directory

Location: UK National

Counselling Directory is a confidential service that encourages those in distress to seek help. The directory contains information on many different types of distress, as well as article, news and events.

Registered Office:

Building 3, Riverside Way, Camberley. GU15 3YL

Phone: 0333 3447 990

Web: http://www.counselling-directory.org.uk

Email: info@counselling-directory.org.uk

Coventry & Warwickshire Safeline

Location: West Midlands

Services are offered to men, women, adults and adolescents, who are survivors of abuse. Family members and friends of survivors can also access Safeline services across the whole of Warwickshire and surrounding areas.  Our Helpline, Telephone and Online Support Services are offered throughout the UK.

Phone: 01926 402498

Registered Address:

6a New Street, Warwick. CV34 4RX

Registered Charity Number: 1070854

Web: https://www.safeline.org.uk/

Coventry Horizon Team

Location: West Midlands

A multi-agency team led by Coventry City Council and West Midlands Police to provide support to victims of CSE and young people identified as being at risk of CSE.

Phone:  02476 788555

http://www.coventry.gov.uk/cse

Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (CRASAC)

Location: West Midlands

CRASAC provides support, information and advocacy to victims and survivors of sexual violence in Coventry. Services include a confidential helpline, ISVA, counselling and advocacy support.

Phone: 02476 277 777

Web: http://www.crasac.org.uk/

Registered Address:

PO Box 2464, Coventry. CV1 1ZA

Registered Charity Number: 1115052

Creative Arts Therapist

Location: East Midlands

Lucy Johnson
Creative Arts Therapist
Offering – Therapy, Consultancy, Training and Clinical Supervision, Trauma Specialist.
East midlands based but able to travel.
Phone: 0116 3053896

Crimestoppers

Location: UK National

We are an independent charity helping law enforcement to locate criminals and help solve crimes. We have an anonymous 24/7 phone number, 0800 555 111,that people can call to pass on information about crime; alternatively people can send us information anonymously via our Giving Information Form. You don’t have to give your name or any of your personal details. We do not trace calls or track IP addresses.

Phone: 0800 555 111

Registered Address:

Crimestoppers Trust, PO Box 324, Wallington. SM6 6BG

Registered Charity Number: 1108687

Web: https://crimestoppers-uk.org

Crisis Point

Location: West Midlands

Offer an ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Advisors) service, psychotherapy, counselling and support to victims and survivors of sexual crime and the families or supporters of these people.

Crisis Point
Uplands House
5 Lichfield Road
Walsall WS4 2HT

Telephone: 01922 722777
FAX: 01922 721110

https://www.crisispoint.org.uk/contact-us/

Crossroads Women & Girls Safe

Location: East Midlands

This is a unique project developed to deliver support services to young women and girls aged 13-24 years who have concerns about domestic abuse or controlling behaviour in their intimate relationships

Remit area: We work in the community of the High Peak

Registered Address:

P.O Box 22, Glossop. SK13 8AE

Phone:0800 0198668 freephone

Phone: 01457 856675

Email:admin@crossroadsderbyshire.org

Web: www.crossroadsderbyshire.org

Dudley CSE Co-Ordinator

Location: West Midlands

Local Authority CSE Co-Ordinator for Dudley Borough Council

Phone: 01384 817777

Email: CSE.team@dudley.gcsx.gov.uk

 

East Midlands Survivors

Location: East Midlands

East Midlands Survivors.

A peer led Support and Counselling service for all adult survivors of sexual abuse.

We offer support and counselling to adult Survivors of sexual abuse and give information and support to interact with the IICSA.

We also provide workshops and presentations educating local GP’s and other professionals in first contact and appropriate referral.

Phone: 07798937048

Twitter: @emsurvivors

Facebook: facebook.com/emsurvivors

East Riding CSE Team Youth and Family Support

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

The East CSE Riding Team has a dedicated team of specialist practitioners to support young people, parents, carers and professionals. The team works closely with partner agencies like police,health,youth and family support and a wide range of other agencies to help early identification of those most at risk of CSE and identify those posing a risk to children and young people. The team also offer support, advice and guidance to professionals and agencies who are working with children and young people affected by CSE.

Helen Jones-Brown – CSE Team Manager

Remit area: East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Phone: 01482 396999

Email: cse.response@eastriding.gcsx.gov.uk

 

East Sussex Safeguarding Children Board

ECPAT UK

Location: UK National

End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT UK) is a leading children’s rights organisation campaigning against the commercial sexual exploitation of children in the UK. It focuses on the protection of trafficked children and children exploited in tourism.

Phone: 020 7607 2136

Registered Office:

ECPAT UK, Thomas Clarkson House, The Stable Yard, Broomgrove Road, London. SW9 9TL

Web: www.ecpat.org.uk

Email: info@ecpat.org.uk

Registered Charity Number: 1104948

Essex Young People’s Drug and Alcohol Service

Location: East of England

We aim to support children, young people and families in Essex who are affected by substance use and misuse. To do this we deliver a range of services from early intervention and prevention, harm reduction and recovery focused models, to ensure that young people receive services that are tailored to their needs. Our Safe in Essex project provides awareness and intervention options for children and young people, specifically targeting those who are runaways, persistently absconding from care or truant from education, sexually exploited or engaged in risky sexual behaviour or experiencing domestic or relationship violence. We work directly with young people at risk of and involved in child sexual exploitation and take referrals directly from Essex Police and Social care.

Remit area: Essex (not including Southend and Thurrock)

Registered Address:

114 Springfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 6LF

Phone: 01245 493311

Web: http://www.childrenssocietyeast.org.uk

 

Faces in Focus

Location: London

Faces in Focus is a young people’s Counselling Service for 11 – 25 year olds who mainly live, study or work in Southwark and Lambeth. Young people can refer themselves or be referred by another organisation or agency.

Family Matters

Location: South East

Family Matters are specialists in the areas of childhood sexual abuse and rape offering counselling,

Helpline: 01474 537 392

Main Office: 01474 536 661

13 Wrotham Road
Gravesend, Kent. DA11 0PA
Main Office: 01474 536661
Registered Charity
Charity No: 1019861

admin@familymattersuk.org

First Step

Location: East Midlands

First Step is an organisation run for male survivors (aged 13 and over) and their supporters of sexual abuse and rape.

Alliance House,
6 Bishop Street,
Leicester
LE1 6AF
United Kingdom
Registered Charity No: 1165062

Phone: 01162548535

Email: contact@firststepleicester.org.uk

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Foyle Women’s Aid

Location: Northern Ireland

Women’s Aid is the lead voluntary organisation in Northern Ireland addressing domestic violence and providing services for women and children. The Women’s Aid movement in Northern Ireland began in 1975 and is made up of ten local Women’s Aid groups and Women’s Aid Federation Northern Ireland.

Remit area:

Phone: 028 7141 6800

Email: info@foylewomensaid.org

Web: www.foylewomensaid.org

Fresh Start Foundation

Location: Scotland

The Fresh Start Foundation is a Scottish not for profit group, helping child sexual abuse victims & survivors to achieve Truth & Justice and to support their recovery.

Our aim is to provide a break with the past and promote the eradication of child sexual abuse. We champion the values of Truth, Justice and believe sunlight, coupled with self love is the best healer.

We are independent of Government.
We need your help and expertise in whatever way you can offer

Come and join with us to make Survivors have a unique experience and for being the first step forward for a Fresh Start for the future for Scotland’s Victims & Survivors.

Registered Address:
23 Meadow Court, Meadow Lane, Thurso, Highland, KW14 8DD

Registered Number : SC559843

Phone: 0300 999 2017
Email:  info@freshstartfoundation.co.uk

Web: http://www.freshstartfoundation.co.uk/

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Green Light Project

Location: Scotland

Free, confidential information, advice and support to anyone under the age of 25 on any issue relating to sexual exploitation. The project is part of Drugs Actions range of service’s based in Aberdeen. As a new and unique service to the north-east we aim to prevent the sexual exploitation of young people and support those who have or who are currently experiencing sexual exploitation, while at the same time raising awareness amongst professionals and communities alike through offering; One to one support Awareness-raising group work sessions for under 25s and their workers We aim to; Improve young peoples understanding of sexual exploitation while highlighting the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships, allowing them to recognise when something is not right. Equip young people with the skills and knowledge to help keep them safe. Make young people aware of their own rights and what other services they can access for support and advice. By giving young people these skills we are helping them to make informed life decisions and support them to move away from exploitative situations. Keep up to date with our work and follow the ‘Green Light Project’ on Facebook or Twitter @claireGLP

Remit area: Aberdeen

Registered Address:

7 Haddon Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6NU

Phone: 01224 577120

Web: www.greenlightproject.co.uk

Hand in Hand

Location: North West

We provide a safe and accessible service for children and young people affected by sexual exploitation.

Remit area: The service is available to boys and girls who are affected by sexual exploitation in the Keighley and Craven area including BD16 postcode.

Zoe Stephenson Jones

12 Russell Street, Keighley, BD21 2JP

Phone: 01535 606868

Email: handinhand@childrenssociety.org.uk

http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/hand-in-hand

Havering Child Sexual Exploitation Service

Location: South East

We provide support for Havering young people aged 12 to 17 who are experiencing, or at risk of sexual exploitation.

Remit area: This service is available to young people aged 12 to 17 who are at risk of, or experiencing sexual exploitation. We can take referrals from anywhere in London and from young people themselves, parents or professionals. You can call us and speak to a member of staff in confidence to see if we can help. They will take full details of the referral if it is appropriate or if not, they will signpost to other sources of information or help.

21-23 Broadway, London. E15 4BQ

Tel: 020 8221 8200

Web: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/havering-child-sexual-exploitation-service

Hull CSE Pod

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Hull Council’s Children Social Care has a dedicated team of specialist CSE safeguarding practitioners to support young people, parents, carers and professionals. The team works closely with partner agencies and is co-located with Humberside Police’s CSE team in Hull. The team offer support, advice and guidance to professionals and agencies who are working with children and young people affected by CSE.
 
Sarah Smith – CSE Pod Social Worker, Danka Collinson – CSE Pod Coordinator, Lorna Vernon –  CSE Pod Youth Worker. Debbie Clark – CSE Pod Consultant Social Worker
Registered Office:
Hull CSE Pod, Clough Road Police Station, Hull, HU5 1SW
Phone01482 615057
Phil Snowden – CSE & Missing Coordinator
Registered Office:
Hull Safegaurding Children Board, Midmere Centre, Dorchester Road, Hull, HU7 6BD
Phone: 01482 379090

IMPACT NORTH EAST

Location: North East

Help local people rise above difficult circumstances. We build relationships, confidence, capability, skills and behaviours. Inspire success by developing individual potential. We provide a range of support and mentoring to individuals, young people and families. We also provide tailored support strategies for commercial organisations as well as a wide range of training. We offer a bespoke school based counselling service meeting individual school needs.

I.M.P.A.C.T Northeast cic 01913680105.

The connect building 1 moor terrace Sunderland SR1 2JH

 

Investigations Support Unit (ISU) Liverpool City Council

Location: North West

The Investigations Support Unit (ISU) is a social work staffed unit, located within Community Safety at Liverpool City Council. ISU’s role in relation to children & young people who are /at risk of being sexually exploited (SECYP) is to offer an information management service to assist risk reduction in relation to the young person(s) and to assist police colleagues in the identification, investigation and prosecution/disruption of the activities of individuals identified as posing a risk of sexual exploitation to the young person(s). We do not exercise case-management responsibilities but assist in identification of risk (nature, degree) and in devising risk-reduction strategies.

Remit area: Liverpool

Geraldine Monaghan, Investigations Manager

Municipal Buildings, Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2DH

Phone: 0151 233 4987

Email: geraldine.monaghan@liverpool.gov.uk

Jigsaw4u Young Runaways and Child Sexual Exploitation Project

Location: London

We are a local children’s charity that provides independent return interviews for young people under 18 who have been reported missing to the police and who live in the boroughs of Merton and Sutton. These interviews can lead to individual support, working on the priorities identified by the young person in order to reduce risk. We offer advice and consultation to parents, carers and professionals on the issues these young people are experiencing. We take a multi agency approach, sharing information and working in partnership with the Police and Children’s Social Care to reduce risk.

Remit area: Sutton Project

Sharon McCann – 07932911993 – sharonmccann@jigsaw4u.org.uk

Patricia Alin – 07507488272 – patriciaalin@jigsaw4u.org.uk,

Phone: 020 8687 1384

Web: https://www.jigsaw4u.org.uk/

Just Drop In

Location: North West

Just Drop In provides a three person centred counselling service for children and young people (aged between 12 to 25 years), as well as drop-in, information and friendship groups.

http://www.justdropin.co.uk/

Phone: 01625 665079
Text: 07718425405
Email: hello@justdropin.co.uk
14 Duke St. Macclesfield SK11 6UR

Kooth: Free, Safe & Anonymous online support

Location: UK National

XenZone is a provider of Kooth – an online mental health services for children, young people and adults. Kooth is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people, accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop and free at the point of use.

For more information about XenZone, please visit XENZONE.COM.

If you’re a parent looking for more information about Kooth, please email PARENTS@XENZONE.COM

access the full site at:

https://kooth.com

KYS – Keep Yourself Safe

Location: South East

KYS – the keep yourself safe team. Are a team of 4 people who work with 11-17 year olds in Bracknell Forest. The work they do with young people covers a range of topics such as personal safety, exploitation, young people going missing and any other support the young person may need.

Email – kys@bracknell-forest.gov.uk

Telephone number – 01344 352711.

Lambeth Child Sexual Exploitation and Missing Children Co-ordinator

Location: London

Cathy Henchion, Lambeth Children & Young Persons Services

Registered Address:

4th Floor, International House, Canterbury Crescent, Brixton, South London, SW9 4QE

Phone: 0207 926 8569

Mobile: 07785 660315

Email: chenchion@lambeth.gov.uk; CHenchion@lambeth.gcsx.gov.uk

Web: www.lambeth.gov.uk

Link to Change

Location: East of England

Link to Change works with those young people at risk of sexual exploitation, victims and survivors aged 12 to 26 years. For information on how to make a referral please contact us via telephone or email. A male worker is available to work with young men. We provide 1-2-1 appointments in the community and group work at some locations.

Remit area: Link to Change is able to extend its current service to Cambridgeshire, Bedford Borough and Lincolnshire

Registered Address:

38a High Street, St Neots, Cambridgeshire. PE19 1JA

Tel: 01480 474974

Web: www.linktochange.org.uk

Registered Charity Number: 1098452

London Youth at Risk (The Children’s Society)

Location: London

London Youth at Risk has two current projects: Greenwich Missing – working with 13-16 year olds at risk or going missing or running away in Greenwich borough. We deliver 1:1 support work directly to the young people and Family Mediation work to the young person and/or parent/carer, these sessions can be accessed either by the young person only by the parent/carer only or by both parties. We also deliver workshops in schools in Greenwich and Community Events around risks and response with runaways. Greenwich Missing trains young people and adults who live in Greenwich as Community Trainers who then co-facilitate the workshops/events. Safe Choices Leaving Custody & Leaving Care – works with young women at risk of or have committed serious youth violence age 15 – 21years old often affiliated to gangs or groups.

The service is for young women leaving custody or at risk of custody and young women who are leaving care. We work in partnership with nia – ending violence to deliver Safe Choices Practitioner Training which is a 3 day training course and comes at a cost. We work in all London Boroughs with young women leaving custody and in 6 London boroughs for leaving care. The boroughs in 2012-2013 are Lambeth, Southwark, Greenwich, Haringey, Islington and Waltham Forest. Each Borough worked in will in addition have a ½ day training course delivered free of charge to pass on our knowledge and skills once we leave the borough. London Youth at Risk specialises in sexual exploitation, missing/runaways and gang affiliation feeding into national consultations and delivering training to professionals.

Remit area: Greenwich Missing- Greenwich London All London Boroughs with young women leaving custody and in 6 London boroughs for leaving care. The boroughs in 2012-2013 are Lambeth, Southwark, Greenwich, Haringey, Islington and Waltham Forest.

Registered Address:

91-93 Queens Road, Peckham, London. SE15 2EZ

Web: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/

Magdalene Group and Jigsaw Schools Prevention Programme

Location: East of England

The Magdalene Group is a Norfolk charity with a Christian ethos, made up of paid staff and volunteers. It was formed in 1992 in response to concerns about the number of people working in prostitution on the streets of Norwich. We offer pastoral care to sex-workers and, if they wish, help to change their lifestyles. Jigsaw Education Programme- Providing workshops and courses in schools, youth groups, care homes and other establishments where children from age 7 up to early 20’s throughout Norfolk on a range of topics to keep young people safe from sexual exploitation. Topics include; online and offline grooming, internet safety, sexting, risks of running away, healthy relationships and cyberbullying. We also work with parents and carers on these issues and provide the ‘CEOP Think u Know’ training and ‘Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness’ course to professionals.

Remit area: Norfolk

Phone: 0808 800 1030

Phone: 01603 610256

Email: support@magdalenegroup.org

Web: http://magdalenegroup.org/jigsaw-education-programmes

Magherafelt Family Centre

Location: Northern Ireland

Family centres deal with family-centred problems which include helping families with sexual abuse.

Remit area:

62 Hospital Road, Magherafelt, Northern Ireland, BT45 5EG

Phone: 028 7936 5097

Make a Change Team

Location: East of England

The Make a Change Team is a multi-agency team including police liaison officers and support workers. The team is part of Suffolk County Council and work closely with children and young people’s services to identify young people who are at risk of abuse through sexual exploitation. The team’s purpose is to help people at risk of sexual exploitation or people who are or were involved in sex work.

Remit area: Suffolk

Suffolk County Council

 

 

MASH – Manchester Action on Street Health

Location: North West

MASH have advice on lots of areas surrounding sex work. From being safe, to what to do about money. MASH has provided support to female sex workers for 25 years.

MASH run a Drop-In Centre in the ‘beat’ area, proactively visit women in saunas (massage parlours) and take the MASH Mobile Drop-In out, late at night, around the streets of Manchester and Cheetham Hill to reach women sex working on the streets.

Home

Email: helenc@mash.org.uk
Freephone: 0800 183 0499
Tel: 0161 273 4555

94-96 Fairfield St
Manchester
M1 2WR

MASH Manchester Action on Street Health

Location: North West

MASH offers sexual health and harm reduction services to female sex workers and drug users in the Greater Manchester Area.

Remit area: Greater Manchester

Registered Address:

94-96 Fairfield Street, Manchester. M1 2WR

Phone: 0161 273 4555

Phone: 0800 1830499 freephone

Email: helenc@mash.org.uk

Web: www.mash.org.uk

MENding

Location: UK National

The services MENding UK offer are based on mutual support, offering adult male survivors of childhood sexual abuse a wide range of activities including:

  • Drop-In, Crisis and Support Sessions
  • Training
  • Fundraising
  • Social activities

MENding UK also offers information to members’ partners and their supporters. Female survivors are looked after by our umbrella organisation, S.H.E. UK.

MENding UK
1 Byron Street
Mansfield
Nottinghamshire
NG18 5NX

Telephone:
01623 622 916
07783 059133
07909 232862

Email: info@mending-uk.org

MENding Uk

Location: East Midlands

A charity existing to improve the lives of victims of childhood sexual abuse (CSA), and sexual violence. Providing a wraparound support system and range of services to empower and rebuild, and to enable members to move from surviving to thriving.

Remit area: Deliver face-to-face services in Nottinghamshire and deliver digital support across the United Kingdom and internationally

Registered Address:

1 Byron Street, Mansfield. NG18 5NX

Phone: 01623 622916

Email: info@mending-uk.org

Web: www.mending-uk.org

Middlegate – Addiction Advice & Treatment

Location: London

Middlegate Addiction Help provides a free referral service designed to help drug addicts and their families make the connections necessary to get appropriate help. The service we provide takes the hassle and pressure out of the process of finding help for all sorts of addictions including:

  • alcohol
  • illicit drugs
  • OTC and prescription drugs
  • gambling.

Call: 0808 250 2196 or 0203 553 0661
Text: ‘HELP’ to 66777
Email: info@middlegate.co.uk

67-68 Hatton Garden
London
EC1N 8JY

Missing People

Location: UK National

Missing People is an independent charity that offers confidential support, advice and practical help to missing children and young people, families of missing people left behind and professionals. They offer support 24 hours a day.

Missing People also offers the Turn2 Directory to put missing children and young people in touch with support services in their local area. You can see this at – http://www.missingpeople.org.uk/missing-people/professionals/turn-2-directory

Phone: 0208 3924590

Registered Address:

284 Upper Richmond Road West, London. SW14 7JE

Email: 116000@missingpeople.org.uk

Helpline: call or text 116 000

Web: http://www.missingpeople.org.uk

Modern Slavery Human Trafficking Unit (MSHTU)

Location: UK National

The Modern Slavery Human Trafficking Unit (MSHTU) is part of the Organised Crime Command in the NCA. We work in a coordinated way within the UK and internationally. Our work to combat modern slavery crimes involves a wide range of partners and stakeholders.

Phone: 0370 4967622

Registered Address:

Units 1 – 6 Citadel Place, Tinworth Street, London. SE11 5EF

Email: communication@nca.x.gsi.gov.uk

Web:http://www.nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk/

New Futures Project

Location: East Midlands

New Futures Project is a Leicester based project offers support to girls and boys who are at risk of or are being sexually exploited.

Remit area: Leicester, Leicestershire, Rutland

Registered Address:

71 London Road, Leicester. LE2 0PE

Phone: 0116 2510803

Email: info@new-futures.org.uk

Web: www.new-futures.org.uk

New Horizon Youth Centre

Location: London

New Horizon Youth Centre aims to enable young people to gain skills and knowledge to improve their life chances and to help them move from adolescence into adulthood. They work with some very disadvantaged young people, many of whom have poor self esteem, low confidence, a history of rejection, harm and abuse and often profoundly negative experiences of services. Based in the Kings Cross, Somers Town area of London, the centre sees up to 3000 young people a year and is open seven days a week.

Remit area: London

Peter Middleton, Senior Outreach Worker

Registered Address:

68 Charlton Street, London, NW1 1RJ

Phone: 020 7388 5560  general

Phone: 020 7388 5570  youth work

Tel: 020 7388 5580  advice

Email: info@nhyouthcentre.org.uk

Web: www.nhyouthcentre.org.uk

Nexus NI

Location: Northern Ireland

We have nearly 30 years experience in providing a professional counselling service helping people to survive sexual violence.

Remit area:

Phone: 028 9024 4903

Web: www.nexusni.org

NI Women’s Aid Federation

Location: Northern Ireland

Women’s Aid is the lead voluntary organisation in Northern Ireland addressing domestic violence and providing services for women and children. The Women’s Aid movement in Northern Ireland began in 1975 and is made up of ten local Women’s Aid groups and Women’s Aid Federation Northern Ireland.

Remit area:

Tel: 028 9024 9041

Tel: 0800 917 1414

www.womensaidni.org

North Eastern EA Region Social Services Gateway Team

Location: Northern Ireland

Remit area:

Phone: 0300 1234333

Northamptonshire Rape Crisis

Location: East Midlands

Northamptonshire Rape Crisis
Location: East Midlands

Northamptonshire Rape Crisis (NRC) provides counselling, emotional support, information and advocacy to survivors of sexual violence in Northamptonshire. This includes a confidential helpline, webchat and text service, Mindfulness courses, ISVA, counselling, emotional support and advocacy support to both women and girls in a female only safe space and men and boys from the age of 14 years whether recent or historic.

Remit area: Northampton, Corby, Kettering, Wellingborough, East Northamptonshire, Daventry and South Northants.

Chief Executive Officer – Dawn Thomas

Registered Address:
184-186 Billing Road, Wantage Gate, Northampton. NN1 5RU

Office: 01604 250721
Helpline: 0300 222 5930
Email: info@nricc.co.uk
Web: www.northantsrapecrisis.co.uk
Facebook Northantsrapecrisis, Twitter @RapeCrisisNN

Nottingham Rape Crisis

Location: East Midlands

Women & girls 14 and over or concerned friends /family can contact us for emotional and practical support. No problem is too small or unimportant if it is causing worry and distress. NRCC acknowledges that sexual violence can also affect men and can now offer them the ISVA service. Men cannot be seen at NRCC but we can offer another safe environment where they can. In the future men will be able to attend Nottingham Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC)

Remit area:

Registered Address:

30 Chaucer Street, Nottingham. NG1 5LP

Phone: 0115 947 0064

Phone: 0115 941 0440 helpline

http://www.nottinghamrapecrisis.org.uk

NSPCC

Location: London

NSPCC Sexual Exploitation Service works in London and the South East area. Services include one to one work and group work for young women, awareness-raising groups in schools, sexual exploitation training for professionals, outreach for young women, awareness raising in local and national arena.

Remit area: London, South East

Registered Address:

The East London Service Centre, 2-12 Cambridge Health Road, London, E1 5QH

Web: www.nspcc.org.uk

NSPCC Protect and Respect

Location: South West

The service is open to children and young people aged 11-19 years who are vulnerable to sexual exploitation or who have been sexually exploited. We also support young people who have been trafficked, who are unaccompanied asylum seekers, Looked After Children, and those who have frequent ‘missing’ episodes – as long as there is also a concern that the young person is vulnerable to sexual exploitation or has been sexually exploited. The child or young person should wish to engage with the service. An assessment will be made of the level of risk for the child or young person.

Remit area: Plymouth, Devon, Torbay, Cornwall

Registered Address:

NSPCC Plymouth Service Centre, Brunswick House, Holborn St, Plymouth. PL4 0NN

Phone: 01752 422577

Phone: 0808 800 5000  helpline

Email: help@nspcc.org.uk

Web: https://www.plymouthonlinedirectory.com/kb5/plymouth/directory/service.page?id=hLyK3rtlO_0

 

NSPCC Protect and Respect

Location: East Midlands

Sexual Exploitation Service 11-19 year olds. Girls and Boys. 6 month intervention, self referrals,referrals from other professionals (with young persons consent)

Remit area: Nottingham City and will consider Conurbations

Pete Turgoose, Project Team Manager

1 Cranmer Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG3 4GH

Phone: 0115 9605481

Web: www.nspcc.org.uk

NSPCC Tilbury Children’s Project (NSPCC)

Location: East of England

Tilbury Children’s project provides therapeutic work for children that have been abused and independent assessments. For young people at risk of sexual exploitation we provide therapeutic work individually and in a group. This work may also involve working with the parents / carers where appropriate. We are currently running a group for young women a risk of sexual exploitation. Referrals mostly come from Social Services, although self-referrals and referrals from other sources are also accepted.

Remit area: Tilbury

Registered Address:

76-82 Dock Road, Tilbury. RM18 7BX

Phone: 01375 855210

 

NYAS (National Youth Advocacy Service)

Location: UK National

Information, advice, advocacy and legal representation to children, young people and vulnerable adults through a network of dedicated paid workers and volunteers throughout England and Wales.

Free Phone : 0808 808 1001

Registered Office:

NYAS, Tower House, 1 Tower Road, Birkenhead, Wirral. CH41 1FF

Phone: 0151 6498700

Email:  info@nyas.net

Web: https://www.nyas.net

One 25 Ltd

Location: South West

One25 reaches out to women trapped in street sex-work, supporting them to break free and build new lives away from violence, poverty and addiction. We provide a night outreach van around Bristol’s red light district, a drop-in centre with free lunches, showers, visiting professionals (doctors, drugs workers etc) and a life skills programme and a specialist casework team to offer one-to-one support.

Remit area: Bristol

Registered Address:

The Grosvenor Centre, 138a Grosvenor Road, St Pauls, Bristol. BS2 8YA

Phone: 01179 098832

Email: office@one25.org.uk

Web: www.one25.org.uk

PACE

Location: UK National

Pace offers emotional support to parents effected by CSE through one-to-one telephone support and a national befriender scheme. Pace has worked with over 600 families in England during the last 16 years.

Waverley House, Unit 10 Killingbeck Drive, Leeds LS14 6UF

Phone: 0113 240 5226

Registered Charity Number: 1092560

Web: www.paceuk.info

Phase Trust, Dudley

Location: West Midlands

Phase Trust are a voluntary sector youth organisation who provide a range of youth activities across Dudley borough, including CSE awareness work and support to young people at risk of CSE

Registered Address:

Owen House, Little Cornbow, Halesowen, B63 3AJ

Registered Charity Number: 04927820

Email: info@phasetrust.org.uk

Phone:  0121 585 9419

Phil Mitchell Male Sexual Abuse Specialist.

Location: UK National, Yorkshire and Humber

About Phil
Phil is an accredited counsellor and psychotherapist specialising in working with boys and men who have experienced recent and/or historic sexual abuse. Since 2004 Phil has worked therapeutically with males affected by rape, sexual abuse, sexual violence and sexual exploitation. Phil is a survivor of sexual abuse/exploitation, an experienced public speaker and has trained thousands of professionals across the country on male sexual abuse/exploitation addressing how masculinity plays its part. Between 2009 and 2018 Phil was the Project Coordinator of The BLAST Project; a male only child sexual exploitation (CSE) service. Whilst at The BLAST Project Phil was instrumental in the development of nationally recognised male CSE resources such as ‘Alright Charlie’, ‘Ryan’s Story’, ‘Brandon’s Story’ and more. Phil managed the nationally recognised male CSE development project ‘Excellence for Boys’ which saw male referrals to 20 CSE services increase from 91 to 249. Phil was also instrumental in the Jack CSE serious case review where it was highlighted he provided good/consistent support. Phil has appeared on TV and in the media on numerous occasions highlighting the abuse of boys and men, and has contributed to various research and publications addressing male CSE. Phil is also a qualified supervisor and supervises trainee and qualified counsellors as well as other practitioners working with vulnerable children and adults. Phil is passionate about ensuring boys and men at risk of, or who have experienced abuse are appropriately identified and supported in a way that promote gender equality and combats gender biased practice ensuring services are appropriately accessible to and inclusive of males. Phil also volunteers with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) regarding development of new resources. Further details can be found at the website: www.counsellingwithphil.co.uk

Services

Counselling and Psychothgerapy
Based in Leeds/Pudsey West Yorkshire counselling and psychotherapy is available for boys and men who have experienced recent and/or historic sexual abuse/exploitation
Futher details: http://counsellorinleeds.co.uk/counselling/4525469776

Supervision
Supervision is available to practitioners working in the field of CSE including those who are working with vulnerable children and adults. Supervision takes place in central Leeds or Pudsey, or via FaceTime if practitioners do live in the local area.
Futher details: http://counsellorinleeds.co.uk/supervision/4579065365

Training
Training is available for professionals and practitioners nationally and addresses the grooming and sexual exploitation of boys and young men. Currently two full days training courses are available:
CSE Training: Identifying Boys
CSE Training: Engaging with Boys
Further details including training content: http://counsellorinleeds.co.uk/training/4593770844

Conference Speaking – Sharing my Story
Conference speaking is available nationally and can be tailored to the needs of those making the booking. Presentations can include myths and stereotypes associated with male CSE, how the boy brain works and sharing of my own personal experience of CSE and rape.
Further details: http://counsellorinleeds.co.uk/training/4593770844

Group Work
Group work is available for educational and youth settings nationally and addresses the grooming and sexual exploitation of boys and young men, and the mental health and emotional well-being of boys.
Further details including group work content: http://counsellorinleeds.co.uk/group-work/4593778434

Portsmouth Abuse and Rape Counselling Service

Location: South East

Registered Charity PARCS aims to promote health relationships and alleviate the physical, emotional and psychological distress associated with rape and sexual exploitation. PARCS works with women and men aged 13 and above who are resident in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire. The charity provides free specialist support, counselling and psychotherapy to survivors of sexual abuse. It also runs a community awareness and educational programme aimed at reducing the incidence and impact of sexual abuse. PARCS work is undertaken by a small team of paid staff and volunteers and supported through fundraising and the provision of local and national funding.

Remit area: Portsmouth and South East Hampshire

Registered Address:

PARCS PO Box 3, Portsmouth. PO2 8RX

Phone: 023 9266 9513

Email: admin@parcs.org.uk

Web: www.parcs.org.uk

Prostitute Outreach Workers

Location: East Midlands

POW is a charity that promotes health and dignity in prostitution through empowerment, support and peer education. POW provides a diverse range of specialist services in a relaxed, safe, informal setting. POW provides a full time drop-in and an outreach service to those involved in or affected by prostitution and drug misuse.

Remit area: Nottingham

Registered Address:

16 Independent Street, Radford, Nottingham. NG7 3LN

Phone: 0115 924 9993

Email: admin@pow-advice.org.uk

Web: www.pow-advice.org.uk

Protect and Respect – NSPCC Croydon Service Centre

Location: London

This service is based in Croydon and works across south London. ‘Protect and Respect’ offers: one-to-one work with children and young people aged from 11 to 19 years; group work with young men and women; support for parents and carers; a consultation service for professionals; awareness-raising and early intervention groups in schools and residential settings; and multi-agency sexual exploitation training for professionals. Please see our website for more details about our work in the nations.

Remit area: Croydon and south London Boroughs

Simon Howell , Team Manager

NSPCC Croydon Service Centre, 254 High Street, Croydon. SURREY, CR0 1NF

Phone: 020 8253 1850

Email: Croydon.servicecentre@nspcc.org.uk

Web: www.nspcc.org.uk

PSNI Rape Crime Unit

Location: Northern Ireland

Emergency 24 hour number

Remit area: Province Wide Northern Ireland

Phone: 0845 600 8000

or

999 (emergency)

Phone: 02890650222 (Police Exchange)

R.I.S.E Reducing Incidents of Sexual Exploitation

Location: East Midlands

‘RISE is a new multi-agency team comprising of Child Protection Police Officers, Missing Persons Officer, Social Workers & CSE Workers from CAN YP Team’ The aim is to: Support & Protect vulnerable YP at risk of, or currently being, sexually exploited By:

  • Raising awareness & reducing tolerance of exploitative behaviour by providing professionals training;
  • Providing one on one support to educate, improve resilience & reduce vulnerability of targeted YP
  • Information sharing to ensure a multi agency approach is adopted to safeguard YP
  • Disrupting, preventing & prosecuting abusers

Remit area: Northamptonshire

Registered Address:

CJC, Brackmills, Northampton. NN4 7SL

Phone: 01604 888345

Email: rise@northants.pnn.police.uk

Rape and Sexual Violence Project

Location: West Midlands

Remit area: Birmingham & Solihull

Registered Address:

Rape and Sexual Violence Project, PO Box 9558, Birmingh. B4 7QE

Phone: 0121 643 0301

Email: info@rsvporg.co.uk

Email: ISVA@rsvporg.co.uk Adult, children’s and LGBT advocacy

WEb: www.rsvporg.co.uk

Rape Crisis Surrey and Sussex (RCSAS)

Location: South East

RCSAS is an all women independent organisation based in Crawley providing a high standard of professional support to female survivors of sexual violence. We are a member of Rape Crisis (England and Wales) and adhere to their occupational standards of service delivery and we are a British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Accredited Counselling Centre.

Remit area: Surrey: Epsom & Ewell, Mole Valley, Reigate & Banstead, Tandridge West Sussex: Crawley, Horsham, Mid Sussex East Sussex: Wealden

Registered Address:

PO Box 1265, Crawley. RH10 0JY

Tel: 01293 538 477

Email: info@rcsas.org.uk

Web: www.rcsas.org.uk

RASA Merseyside

Location: North West

RASA Merseyside support anyone who has been sexually abused or raped, or who has been affected by sexual violence at any time in their lives.

We offer support regardless of age or gender, and we work with both adults, and children from the age of three years.

https://www.rasamerseyside.org/

General Enquiries: PO BOX 35, Birkenhead, CH42 4RX – rasa@rasamerseyside.org

Helpline: Talk to us in confidence, helpline@rasamerseyside.org 0151 666 1392

Reachout Dorset, incorporating ReRun Dorset, Dorset runaways services

Location: South West

ReRun project provides an outreach service and 24 hour emergency phone line for children and young people aged 19 years and under in Dorset, who: have run away from home or are at risk of running away from home; or are being forced to leave home due to domestic crisis; are at risk of having no secure or safe place to live.

Remit area: Dorset

Registered Address:

Office 3, The Exchange,  Old Market Hill, Sturminster Newton, Dorset. DT10 1FH

Phone: 01258 475487

 

 

 

 

REBUILD

Location: East Midlands

Rebuild project has been in development since 2017 in response to the increasing number of survivors identified as living in Derby through our founder Lesley’s volunteering with Upbeat Communities. Rebuild project has been developed to;

  • To build the RESILIENCE of survivors of human trafficking, exploitation and modern slavery through needs led support
  • To EMPOWER an asset’s based approach to support and advocacy for survivors of human trafficking, exploitation and modern slavery
  • To promote a sense of BELONGING in the community to improve the overall well being of survivors of human trafficking, exploitation and modern slavery
  • To embrace a trauma informed practice model to allow survivors of human trafficking, exploitation and modern slavery to feel UNDERSTOOD
  • To provide support that leads to increased INDEPENDENCE for survivors of human trafficking, exploitation and modern slavery
  • Through partnering with other agencies create opportunities for survivors of human trafficking, exploitation and modern slavery to LEARN new skills for training, education and employment
  • To partner in a DETERMINED attitude to encourage survivors of human trafficking, exploitation and modern slavery to integrate into local communities and thrive in all aspects of life such as family life, community life, employment and education.

Rebuild Project exists to provide long term aftercare to those who are no longer in exploitation however, there is always a passion to raise awareness of Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Exploitation in the communities across Derby and beyond.

info@rebuildproject.org

 

REGIONAL CENTRALISED OUT OF HOURS SERVICE FOR NI

Location: Northern Ireland

Region: Northern Ireland

Remit area:

Phone: 028 9504 9999 (5pm – 8am Monday – Thursday, Friday 5pm – Monday 8am)

Rise Project (Trafficked Boys & Young Men)

Location: London

The Rise Project is a specialist service for boys and young men aged 11 to 25 who have been trafficked to the UK. We provide holistic support through: · one-to-one advice and advocacy, to help young people navigate the complex legal systems and to support them to access their full rights and entitlements. As part of our model of working, we also focus on long-term outcomes to improve young people’s emotional and mental well-being and help increase young people’s understanding of risk, safety and healthy relationships to minimise the risk of them being re-trafficked · a fortnightly boys’ group in partnership with ECPAT-UK which includes a mix of issue-based group work as well as outings and activities to reduce isolation, link young people into a wider support network and give them opportunities to enjoy new experiences · awareness-raising workshops for professionals to help them recognise trafficking indicators and identify potentially trafficked young people. We have published a report on the issue of boys and young men who have been trafficked into the UK and who experience sexual exploitation.

It looks at the scale of exploitation and the barriers to it being identified for this particularly vulnerable group, detailing the views of professionals who have a frontline or strategic role in this area. The findings presented will improve understanding of a complex and often obscured issue and can inform the work of those who support trafficked boys and young men: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/resources-and-publications/boys-dont-cry-improving-identification-and-disclosure-of

Remit area: Pan London

Registered Address:

21-23 Broadway, Stratford, London, E15 4BQ

Phone: 0300 303 7000

Web: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/policy-and-lobbying/trafficking

ROSE Project- Reaching Out on Sexual Exploitation

Location: East of England

ROSE is part of the Magdalene Group and includes a campaign to highlight the issue of CSE in Norfolk to professionals but also the general public. The project side of things include: Befriending- We receive referrals from our Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) in Norfolk to work 1:1 with young people at risk of or who have been sexually exploited to be a listening ear to them and to help them through their situation. We aim to work with the young person in an informal setting to help them think about keeping safe and be able to identify exploitative relationships and improve their life chances. Return to Home visits- We conduct return to home visits with young people who have run away or gone missing from home or care to ensure the young person’s well-being and to help them keep safe.

There is an element to see if there are concerns regarding CSE and if so we can refer the young person to one of our other services such as befriending. For other issues that are identified then we feed these back to our MASH so the relevant action can be taken. We are part of the MASH and attend daily briefings to receive referrals for return to home visits working with the Police Missing Person’s Co-ordinator. Youth Work- We provide a youth group and other youth work programmes to young people at risk and help to keep them safe from exploitative relationships but also to help give them better life chances. Street Outreach- We are currently developing a street outreach project where we will target known hotspots and potentially vulnerable young people and help to keep them safe from exploitative situations. Telephone Helpline and Live Chat- A service being developed -a telephone helpline and live chat service for young people who might be getting caught up in online risky behaviour and to women who are working in sex work online.

Remit area: Norfolk

Registered Address:

61 King Street, Norwich. NR1 1PH

Registered Charity Number: 1041195

Tel: 01603 610256

Email: support@magdalenegroup.org

Web: http://magdalenegroup.org/rose-project/

Roshni

Location: West Midlands

Roshni is a registered charity, which has been operating for 30 years and is devoted to providing support for South Asian women and their children who have suffered from domestic violence and forced marriage and honour based crimes.

 

Tel: 0870 70 70 098 Fax: 0870 70 70 098

Address: Roshni, PO BOX 16775, Birmingham, B21 1HS

E-Mail Adress: admin@roshnibirmingham.org.uk

 

Rotherham sexual exploitation helpline

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

A single point of contact for all victims and survivors of sexual exploitation in Rotherham, provided by the NSPCC. The free confidential helpline and email address is available 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week

Remit area: Single point of contact for victims and survivors of sexual exploitation in Rotherham.

Phone: 0800 7319256

Email: rotherhamcsesupport@NSPCC.org.uk

Safe and Sound Derby

Location: East Midlands

Safe & Sound Derby offers support to young people (male and female) aged under 18 years who are being, or at risk of being, sexually exploited. Safe & Sound, through its Just Whistle training arm (www.justwhistle.org.uk), also provides specialist training and consultancy services nationwide with the aim of increasing knowledge and understanding of child sexual exploitation to ensure that victims across the UK get the help and support they need.

Remit area: Work with young people – Derby City and Derbyshire. Training and consultancy – nationwide

Registered Address:

First Floor, East Mill, Darley Abbey Mills, Darley Abbey, Derby. DE22 1DZ

Phone: 01332 362120

Email: info@safeandsoundderby.co.uk

Web: www.safeandsoundderby.co.uk

Web: www.justwhistle.org.uk

Safe Choices

Location: London

A project for young women involved in serious youth violence. Working with young women and young men aged 13 – 18 years old how are involved in or at risk of involvement in: individual or group violent offending; gangs or gang culture and who might have experienced or be at risk of experiencing sexual violence or risk sexual behaviour in the context of groups and gangs. Also works with young men who are involved in, or at risk of involvement in sexual violence towards young women. Safe Choices is a partnership between the nia project and the Children’s Society.

Remit area: Hackney, Haringey, Greenwich, Lewisham, Islington

Registered Address:

PO Box 58203, London, E8 3ST

Phone: 0207 683 1270

Email: info@niaendingviolence.org.uk

Web: http://www.niaendingviolence.org.uk/

Safe Choices Leaving Care & Custody

Location: London

We provide support for young women aged between 15 and 25 who are leaving custody or leaving care and are at risk of sexual exploitation, gang association and/or involved in violent offending.Support can be delivered through one-to-one or group work.Our service aims to build a therapeutic relationship and give young people a safe space and tools to reflect on their experiences using socio-educative approaches. This gender based approach explores issues that may include emotions, healthy and unhealthy relationships, self-esteem, identity and gendered expectations, safety, consent, grooming and exploitation, gangs and involvement in offending. Safe Choices is delivered in partnership with nia, a London-based violence against women organisation with a 40-year history of working for the safety of women. nia has extensive specialist knowledge and experience in supporting women, children and young people who suffer all forms of gender violence.

Rhiannon Sawyer / Kaz McBye

Registered Address:

21-23 Broadway, London. E15 4BQ

Mobile: 07714 685 485

Email: rhiannon.sawyer@childrenssociety.org.uk

 

Safe Hands Project

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Safe Hands is a Child Sexual Exploitation Project from The Children’s Society working with children, young people and their families. The project works with boys and girls involved in and/or vulnerable to sexual exploitation in its many forms. In addition, the project also offers training and information sessions to groups and professionals. The project also aims to raise the profile of child sexual exploitation, challenge and change attitudes of practitioners and communities

Remit area: Calderdale

Emma Holmes, Project Manager

Registered Office:

25-27 Silver Street, Halifax. HX1 1JN

Phone: 01422 430495

Email: safehands@childrenssociety.org.uk

Web: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/

Registerd Charity Number: 221124

Safe in the City Birmingham (The Children’s Society)

Location: West Midlands

Safe in the City Birmingham works with missing young people up to and including 18 years, helping young people to stay safe. The project offers a core service of a return visit when a young person returns from a missing episode and a variety of other services to support these vulnerable young people to help keep them safe.

Remit area: Birmingham

Simon Cottingham, Programme Manager

7 New Spring Street North, Hockley, Birmingham, B18 7LB

Phone: 0121 551 2683

Email: simon.cottingham@childrenssociety.org.uk

Web: sps@childsoc.org.uk

Safe in the City Manchester (The Children’s Society)

Location: North West

We are a project who provides a bespoke 1:1 service to help children and young people who either are at risk from or who are running away from home or care, and have a parent support worker to support parents of these children. We work with children between the ages of 6 – 17 and meet with them following a referral from GMP, Social Care, parents and carers, Schools or Health. In fact anyone who meets are criteria can be referred by anyone into our service. We are a confidential service and will meet where the young people are comfortable sometimes this can be home school or anywhere they feel relaxed. If we cannot help a young person, we will find the people who can, and make sure they do.

Remit area: Manchester, Salford and Oldham.

Registered Address:

Zion Community Resource Centre, 339 Stretford Road, Hulme, Manchester. M15 4ZY

Phone: 0161 868 0382

Email: eos@childrenssociety.org.uk

Web: www.childrenssociety.org.uk

Safe Project

Location: West Midlands

The SAFE Project is a service which seeks to promote the health, particularly sexual health of female sex workers over 18 years of age. Our understanding of health promotion includes the promotion of sex workers’ safety, their human rights, right to live free from violence, intimidation, or coercion, and to receive high quality health services in conditions of trust and confidentiality.

Remit area: Birmingham, Walsall, Sandwell

Registered Address:

Soho Medical Centre, 247 -251 Soho Road, Birmingham. B21 9RY

Phone: 0121 4406655

Phone: 07973 600849

Email: SafeProject@nhs.net

Web: http://www.safe.wmids.nhs.uk/

Safe Steps Children’s Home

Location: London

St Christopher’s Safe Steps children’s home in West London cares for girls aged 12 to 17 who are at risk of child sexual exploitation or other serious community threats.

Because they are in their own communities, the girls can maintain and repair the positive relationships in their lives. They leave our care with a better understanding of sexual health, relationships and how they deserve to be treated.

Please contact the placements team on referrals@stchris.org.uk

Registered Office:
1 Putney High Street, London SW15 1SZ

 

Safe@Last

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Free helpline 0800 335 7233 The helpline provides advice, support and practical help to young people at risk of running away. We prevent children and young people from running again:working with South Yorkshire Police Safe@Last project workers deliver a successful MISPER (missing persons) Scheme for young runaways who are reported missing to the Police and subsequently returned home. We visit children, young people and families and provide ongoing support. We offer safe alternatives to being on the streets;a Children and Young People’s Refuge to provide safe, confidential short term accommodation for children and young people aged 16 and under who are at risk. The Safe@last refuge is the only facility of its kind in England We educate children and young people about the dangers of running away:Safe@Last delivers creative and interactive workshops, assemblies and events to young people. We work with young people, who are on the very edge of society who may not have any other contact with professionals, to support and signpost them to appropriate services.

Remit area:

Registered Address:

6 Clock Court, Campbell Way, Dinnington, Sheffield. S25 3QD

Phone: 01909 566 977

Email: admin@safe@last.org.uk

Web: www.safeatlast.org.uk

Safe@LAST / SAFE place Refuge

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

SAFE@LAST is a registered charity providing services for young people at risk through running away in South Yorkshire including a helpline, one to one support, education and prevention program and an emergency children’s refuge.

Remit area:

Registered Address:

6 Clock Court, Campbell Way, Dinnington, Sheffield. S25 3QD

Phone: 01909 566977

Phone: 0800 3357233  helpline

Email: admin@safeatlast.org.uk

Web: www.safeatlast.org.uk

Registred Charity Number: 802384

Sandwell & Black Country Women’s Aid

Location: West Midlands

SBC Women’s Aid offer refuge, support and counselling to victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence across the Black Country.

Phone: 0121 553 0090

Email: info@sandwellwomensaid.co.uk

Registered Address:

1st Floor Landchard House, Victoria Street, West Bromwich. B70 8HY

Sandwell CSE Team

Location: West Midlands

A multi-agency team led by Sandwell Borough Council  to provide support to victims of CSE and young people identified as being at risk of CSE

Phone: 0121 569 3100

Sarac

Location: East Midlands

Supporting over 13 year olds who have been affected by rape, sexual abuse and domestic abuse. Free telephone helpline 01283 517185 Support and/or information to survivors,relatives or friends and professionals.

Remit area:

Sarac

Registered Address:

PO Box 3, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 1ZT

Phone: 01283 517185

Email: staff@sarac.org.uk

Web: www.sarac.org.uk

Saturn Centre SARC

Location: South East

The Saturn Centre SARC offers free support and practical help to anyone in Sussex who has experienced sexual violence and/or sexual abuse.

https://www.saturncentre.org/

Tel: 01293 600469 (9am-5pm) 24 hour answer phone
Out of Hours Help Line: 0800 033 7797
Email Address: sc-tr.saturncentre@nhs.net

The Saturn Centre SARC
Crawley Hospital
West Green Drive
Crawley
West Sussex
​RH11 7DH

Savana

Location: West Midlands

Kay Glover (Chief Executive Officer) kay.glover@savana.org.uk Caroline Byrne (Office Manager) caroline.byrne@savana.org.uk Emma Ward (Services Manager) emma.ward@savana.org.uk Savana was founded in 1986 and was known as the North Staffordshire Rape Crisis service, supporting women and girls affected by rape and sexual violence It was recognised that there was a need to support male survivors of sexual violence and, in 2011, the organisation began to support men and boys. The demand for training, from professionals in the community, has seen a notable rise and Savana offers a number of CPD accredited training courses by qualified trainers.

Over the past 30 years, the demand for the service has increased considerably and, in 2015, Savana relocated to larger premises to accommodate further service growth. Savana set up a charity shop in 2016 in order to reach out to other diverse areas of the community and support the organisation in becoming more self sufficient. Savana holds the Investors in People (IIP) standard and in 2014 won the Queen’s Award for voluntary service.

Remit area: Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire Moorlands Newcastle-under-Lyme Staffordshire and the surrounding areas.

Registered Address:

Wood House, Etruria Road, Hanley, Stoke on Trent. ST1 5NQ

Phone: 01782 433 205

Email: info@savana.org.uk

Web: http://www.savana.org.uk/

Registered Charity Number: 1148466

 

SCARPA Prevention & Action

Location: North East

Running away or going missing can be a key indicator of child sexual exploitation.

Remit area: Our targeted support is available to children and young people involved in going missing or at risk of sexual exploitation. We carry out “return home interviews” with children and young people who go missing across the North East. The interview is an in-depth conversation with the child or young person. It provides an opportunity to hear about why they went missing and to understand the risks and issues faced while they were missing. Interviews can uncover information to help protect children from the risk of going missing again, from risks they may have been exposed to while missing or from risk factors in their home. This work is in partnership with children’s social care, Local Children’s Safeguarding Boards; Missing Sexually Exploited & Trafficked groups and Northumbria Police. Our advice is available to all professionals or adults that come into contact with children and young people at risk and Referrals can be made by professionals, parents or by children and young people themselves. Our return interview service is available to Local Children’s Safeguarding Boards, councils and police authorities. If you are a professional seeking one-to-one advice, or want to discuss our training offer and how it can be tailored to your organisation’s needs, please ask for one of our team leaders.

Registered Address:

Provincial House, 150 Northumberland Street. Newcastle upon Tyne. NE1 7DQ

Tel: 0191 221 0836

Email: SCA@childsoc.org.uk

http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/SCARPA

SCARPA Project (Safeguarding Children at Risk Prevention and Action)

Location: North East

SCARPA provides targeted youth support to young people who go missing or are at risk of sexual exploitation. The service is delivered from a base in Newcastle city centre. Our aims are to help young people, be safe from harm, stop going missing, reduce risky behaviours, exit situations of exploitation and achieve positive outcomes. SCARPA also provides add on support for parents where targeted youth support is being offered and where support to parents / carers will increase the chance of successful outcomes and resolution of the issues. Training programmes are also available covering the issues affecting young people who go missing or are involved in sexual exploitation, and risk taking lifestyles.

Remit area: Newcastle

Registered Address:

Provincial House, 150 Northumberland Street. Newcastle upon Tyne. NE1 7DQ

Phone: 0191 2210836

Email: sca@childrenssociety.org.uk

Web: www.childrenssociety.org.uk

See Me Hear Me – West Midlands Metropolitan CSE Partnership

Location: West Midlands

The See Me Hear Me campaign was launched by the West Midlands Metropolitan Partnership (Birmingham City Council, Coventry City Council, Dudley Borough Council, Sandwell Borough Council, Solihull Borough Council, Walsall Borough Council, Wolverhampton City Council and West Midlands Police) in June 2014 to raise awareness of CSE as the comms and marketing element alongside our Regional CSE Framework.

Web: https://www.seeme-hearme.org.uk/

Email: info@seeme-hearme.org.uk

Sheffield Safeguarding Children Service

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Our offices are open 8.45am to 5.15pm Monday to Thursday and 8.45am to 4.45pm on Friday.

Remit area: Sheffield

Registered Address:

Floor 2 Redvers House, , Union Street,  Sheffield. S1 2JQ

Phone: 0114 273 4934

Email: safeguardingchildrentraining@sheffield.gov.uk

Web: http://www.safeguardingsheffieldchildren.org

Sheffield Sexual Exploitation Service

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Sheffield Sexual Exploitation Service is a co-located, multi-agency service responsible for tackling child sexual exploitation in Sheffield. The service is currently based at Star House – Sheffield Futures’ central office. The service comprises of Sheffield Futures youth workers and administrative support staff, South Yorkshire Police officers and missing person’s officers, Sheffield City Council social work staff and a Barnardos support worker. The service works to address sexual exploitation on four key principals; prevention, protection, pursuit and prosecution. The service works with partner agencies to prevent sexual exploitation by raising awareness of issues with professionals, businesses, communities and young people. Youth workers and social care staff from the service are responsible for protecting young people who are identified as being, or at risk of being, sexually exploited.

Remit area: Sheffield

 

Star House, Division Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 4GE

Tel: 0114 2018649

Sheffield Sexual Exploitation Service

Sheffield Sexual Exploitation Service

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

The Sheffield Sexual Exploitation Service is a run by a multi-agency team and consists of staff from Sheffield Futures, South Yorkshire Police, NHS and Sheffield City Council.

The service is based on five principles:

  • Prevention
  • Protection
  • Pursuit
  • Prosecution
  • Participation

The service supports young people who are at risk of, or have been, sexually exploited. Every time a young person is referred to the service, a risk assessment is completed to identify the level of risk and the needs of that individual. Support workers focus on raising young people’s awareness of risky situations, whilst bolstering their self-esteem to support them to make informed choices about their lives. Whilst supporting young people at risk is the priority, their family can also be affected.

Our service has dedicated face-to-face support staff for families affected by CSE.

We also run the South Yorkshire Alexi Project.

Phone: 0114 201 8645

Email: sses@sheffieldfutures.org.uk

Email: andrew.mellor@sheffieldfutures.org.uk

Web: www.sheffieldfutures.org.uk

 

 

 

SHOC (Sexual Health on Call)

Location: London

A confidential service for female sex workers in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey offering support for the following issues Sexual Health; Drug Use; Outreach; Safety at Work; Legal Issues . SHOC offers a street outreach service in Haringey and the surrounding area to women who may not access other services.

Remit area: Barnet, Enfield, Haringey

Michelle Farley, Service Manager

Registered Address:

Stroud Green Clinic, 12-14 Upper Tollington Park, London. N4 3EL

Phone: 0207 281 9988

Email: michelle.shoc@virgin.net

 

Solihull CSE Team

Location: West Midlands

A multi-agency team led by Solihull Borough Council and West Midlands Police to provide support to victims of CSE and young people identified as being at risk of CSE

Phone: 0121 788 4333

Phone: 0121 6056060 out of hours

SomeOne Cares

Location: North East

SomeOne Cares offers a free counselling service for survivors and supporters of abuse, specialising in childhood sexual abuse, rape and sexual assault (aged 11 years plus). .

1 Amble Close
North Shields
Tyne & Wear
NE29 7XW

0191 257 8094

South Eastern EA Region Social Services Gateway Team

Location: Northern Ireland

Remit area:

Phone: 0300 1000 300

 

Southern EA Region Social Services Gateway Team

Location: Northern Ireland

Remit area:

Phone: 0800 783 7745

Email: duty.service@southerntrust.hscni.net

Sova Cast and Befriending

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

Local project working with vulnerable chidlren, young people and adults, including offenders and those at risk of becoming offenders as well as refugees and asylum seekers

Remit area: Sheffield

Thelma Whittaker, Project Manager

92-98 Queen Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 2DW

Tel: 0114 2930034

Email: sova@castandbefriending.fsnet.co.uk

SPACE – Stop & Prevent Adolescent Criminal Exploitation

Location: National

Campaigning to raise awareness of County Lines (child criminal exploitaiton) and to keep all children and young people safe from criminal and violent harm.

 

www.bespaceaware.co.uk

email@bespaceaware.co.uk

 

Specialist Teams in Greater Manchester

Location: North West

Greater Manchester CSE Teams:

Bolton

Phone: 0161 856 9644

Email: phoenix.exit@gmp.police.uk

Bury

Phone: 0161 856 8002

Email: buryphoenix.cse@gmp.pnn.police.uk 

Manchester

Phone: 0161 856 6020

Email: protect.team@gmp.police.uk

Oldham

Phone: 0161 856 4552

Email: phoenix.oldham@gmp.police.uk

Rochdale

Phone: 0161 856 1734

Email: sunrise.rochdale@gmp.pnn.police.uk

Salford

Phone: 0161 856 6020

Email: protect.team@gmp.police.uk

Stockport

Phone: 0161 856 3188

Email: Phoenix.stockport@gmp.pnn.police.uk

Tameside

Phone: 0161 856 5880

Email: cse.tameside@gmp.police.uk

Trafford

Phone: 0161 856 7782

Email: phoenix.trafford@gmp.pnn.police.uk

Wigan

Phone: 0161 856 1980

Email: WiganPhoenixCSETeam@gmp.police.uk

Web: http://www.itsnotokay.co.uk/get-help/

Spurgeons Phoenix Project

Location: East Midlands

Spurgeons Phoenix Project is a confidential service across Birmingham to support children, young people and their families who are at risk of or affected by Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).

The project supports children and young people aged 8-17 to make positive choices about healthy relationships and personal safety. Phoenix takes a holistic approach to supporting families and therefore we provide a package of support for parents/carers to enable them to understand childhood sexual exploitation and safeguard their child/young person.

How we can help

· Weekly support for young people
Following a needs assessment, Phoenix will provide weekly support sessions to young people who are vulnerable to CSE.

· Awareness sessions for practitioners
We also deliver awareness raising sessions for practitioners and young people in schools.

· Advice and support for parents
We provide targeted work with parents/carers.

To make a referral:
Phone: 0121 773 6144
Email: phoenixproject@spurgeons.org
Web: www.spurgeons.org/what-we-do/cse

Registered Office:

74 Wellingborough Road, Rushden, Northants. NN10 9TY

Phone: 01933 412412

Step Up (Support To Empower Parents Under Pressure)

Location: London

Step Up are an organisation supporting all non-abusing parents and carers whose children have been sexually abused. Offering counselling, befriending, helpline, advising, and others therapy supports.

Support To Empower Parents Under Pressure is created to help anyone affected by crime, not only victims and witnesses, but their friends, family and any other people involved.

534 Rainham Road South
Dagenham
RM10 7XD

http://www.step-up-charity.co.uk/

Stop The Traffik

Location: UK National

STOP THE TRAFFIK is a global movement of individuals, communities and organisations fighting to prevent human trafficking around the world.

STOP THE TRAFFIK Global Office Address

Registered Address:

1 Kennington Road, London. SE1 7QP

Email: info@stopthetraffik.org

Phone: +44 (0)207 921 4258

Web: https://www.stopthetraffik.org/

Street Safe in Birmingham

Location: West Midlands

As part of the West Midlands Hub, we currently provide a range of services across Birmingham and Coventry covering a broad range of issues which impact on children and families. Our main areas of work are;

  • Helping Further: working with children and families affected by destitution (also operates in the Black Country) – specifically working with families who have no recourse to public funds. MY Place: befriending young unaccompanied asylum seekers and refugees in Birmingham and Coventry – through youth groups, giving them a place to meet and group work to help develop their life skills.
  • Counselling: working with young unaccompanied asylum seekers and refugees – providing a counselling service to support their emotional wellbeing.
  • Press Play: working with asylum seeking children housed in temporary accommodation in Birmingham – providing opportunities for play.
  • Streetwise Birmingham: specialising in working with young people who go missing in Birmingham – independent return interviews, intensive support and awareness raising.
  • Streetwise Coventry: providing a specialist service for young people at high risk of CSE in Coventry – delivering preventative work and support to young people aged 11-18 years old who are at risk of being sexually exploited.

Registered Address:

Birmingham Office, The Big Peg, 120 Vyse Street, The Jewelry Quarter, Birmingham. B18 6NE

Phone: 0121 212 5599

Web: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/birmingham-and-coventry

Street Safe in Coventry

Location: West Midlands

As part of the West Midlands Hub, we currently provide a range of services across Birmingham and Coventry covering a broad range of issues which impact on children and families. Our main areas of work are; • Helping Further: working with children and families affected by destitution (also operates in the Black Country) – specifically working with families who have no recourse to public funds. MY Place: befriending young unaccompanied asylum seekers and refugees in Birmingham and Coventry – through youth groups, giving them a place to meet and group work to help develop their life skills. • Counselling: working with young unaccompanied asylum seekers and refugees – providing a counselling service to support their emotional wellbeing. • Press Play: working with asylum seeking children housed in temporary accommodation in Birmingham – providing opportunities for play. • Streetwise Birmingham: specialising in working with young people who go missing in Birmingham – independent return interviews, intensive support and awareness raising. • Streetwise Coventry: providing a specialist service for young people at high risk of CSE in Coventry – delivering preventative work and support to young people aged 11-18 years old who are at risk of being sexually exploited.

Registered Address:

Coventry Office, 2nd Floor, Eaton House, 1 Eaton Road, Coventry. CV1 2FJ

Phone: 02476 230060

Web: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/birmingham-and-coventry

Street Safe Lancashire

Location: North West

Street Safe Lancashire works throughout Lancashire to support children and young people at risk of child sexual exploitation and missing from home. We provide direct support and advocacy to individual young people, tailored to their needs. We also work in schools and other children’s settings delivering awareness raising and group work. We provide advice and training to professionals and agencies. Our intensive support workers are part of Lancashire’s child sexual exploitation multi-agency specialist teams where they work alongside the police, social care, health and other organisations. Street Safe strives to support those affected by child sexual exploitation and running away through a multi-agency approach and to challenge public perception and professional responses to this group of children and young people.

Remit area: Lancashire

 

Registered Address:

Unit 12, Eastway Business Village, Olivers Place, Preston. PR2 9WT

Tel: 01772 759233

Web: www.childrenssociety.org.uk

Street Safe Lancashire

Location: North West

Working with those affected by child sexual exploitation and missing from home

Remit area: Any child or young person living in Lancashire between the ages of 8 – 18 (up to the age of 25 in case of learning disabilities) We take referrals from young people, parents, or professionals. Telephone: 01772 759 233

Registered Address;

Unit 12, Eastway Business Village, Olivers Way, Preston. PR2 9WT

Phone: 01772 759 233

Phone: 0800 0856324 freephone

Email: StreetSafe-Lancashire@childrenssociety.org.uk

Web: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/children-risk-streets/childrens-society-lancashire-%E2%80%93-street-safe

 

Street Teams

Location: West Midlands

Street Teams work with children and young people at risk of, and affected by, sexual exploitation, grooming and trafficking. We work with boys as well as girls, some as young as 8 years old and from all backgrounds. We aim to break the cycle of abuse, by helping the young person to fully understand their situation and realise that they are able to make choices. We run various programmes, dependent on the young person’s level of vulnerability and emotional damage.

Remit area: Black Country, Walsall, Dudley

Registered Address:

51 Bradford Street, Walsall. WS1 3QD

Phone: 01922 621208

Email: admin@street-teams.org

Web: http://street-teams.org/

Registered Charity Number: 1075862

 

Streetlink Project

Location: North West

Safelink is an exciting project supporting young people identified at risk or have been involved in risk taking behavior including those at risk of sexual exploitation or already involved in sexual exploitation. Safelink’s aim is to increase self esteem using creative and dynamic ways of working. This approach will encourage positive behaviors and alternative ways of thinking.

Remit area: Preston

Registered Address:

Base 18, 18-20 New Hall Lane, Preston. PR1 4DU

Tel: 01772 654362 

Web: thefoxtoncentre.co.uk

 

Streetwise Project

Location: North East

Streetwise is a young people’s (under 25’s) project based in the City Centre of Newcastle upon Tyne. Streetwise offers a free, confidential and friendly advice centre and offers information and advice on any issue, sexual health and contraception and they have a free counselling service.

Remit area: Newcastle, North East

Ellen Smith, Service Manager

Unit 3 Blackfriars Court , Dispensary Lane, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4XB

Phone: 0191 230 5533

Phone: 0191 230 5400

Email: aylssa@streetwisenorth.org.uk

Web: www.streetwisenorth.org.uk/foxton_Centre/Safelink.html

Streetwise Project /The Lilith Project (Eaves Women’s Aid)

Location: London

Streetwise is a project developed and run by the Lilith Project in partnership with Beatbullying, a national charity campaigning and working with young people in schools to stop bullying. The aim of the project is to raise awareness of – and therefore prevent – sexual bullying and exploitation of young people by their peers and/or adults. We hope to empower the young people taking part in the project to become mentors in their schools, and to be able discuss these issues with their peers. One major objective of Streetwise is to alert young people to the very real dangers of being coerced or forced into prostitution, increasingly by their peers. We also hope to inform them of other forms of violence and abuse perpetrated against young people. The project takes the form of ten two-hour sessions during term time with the same group of young people from a specific London borough.

Remit area: London

Registered Address:

Unit CC01, Canterbury Court, Kennington Business Park, 1-3 Brixton Road, London. SW9 6DE

Phone: 020 77352062

Email: post@eavesforwomen.org.uk

Web: http://www.eavesforwomen.org.uk/

Registered Charity Number: 275048

Streetwork

Location: Scotland

Streetwork, a local charity in Edinburgh, has long experience in helping people who find themselves living on, or at risk from the streets. Our staff are our biggest asset delivering flexible services and meeting the highest standards. Our services meet the needs of young runaways, women and young people fleeing violence, sex workers, migrants and those overtaken by challenging circumstances. We go out, we seek, we find and connect with people on the street or at risk. We aim to work in a partnership based on respect and trust to help people to find their own solutions. Runaways Action Project This project works with children and young people aged 11-18 who have run away, or are at risk of running away. We offer one to one support, educational workshops in schools and youth settings and street based outreach. Women’s Project Working with women and young people experiencing domestic violence, those involved in commercial sexual exploitation, or at risk of being so, this service offers one to one individually tailored support and street based outreach.

Remit area: Edinburgh

Registered Address:

18b South Bridge, Edinburgh. EH1 1LL

Phone: 0131 344 0825

Email: mail@streetwork.org.uk

 

 

Sunrise

Location: North West

Sunrise work with sexually exploited children within Rochdale area.

Remit area: Rochdale

Registered Address:

Rochdale Police Station, The Esplanade, Rochdale, OL16 1AG

Phone: 0161 856 3376

Email: sunrise.rochdale@gmp.police.uk

Web: www.thesunriseteam.co.uk

Survive

Location: North West

Survive provides counselling services to survivors of abuse and training for those who work with survivors.

http://www.survive-abuse.co.uk/index.html

Phone: 01270 253179

Email: survive156@yahoo.com

Address:
156 Nantwich Road,
Crewe

Survivors UK

Location: London

SurvivorsUK supports men who have experienced sexual abuse at any time in their lives. We provide a national web/sms chat, one to one counselling, ISVA and groupwork in London. The organisation also supports their families and carers through provision of helpline and counselling services and signposts to other organisations nationally.

Our helpline/webchat service is available to anyone living in the UK. Our other services are based in London.

We are an inclusive service and welcome anyone who identifies as male, trans, non-binary, has identified as male in the past, or anyone who feels that we are the right fit for them. We support anyone over 18 who has experienced abuse either as a child or as an adult.

Registered Address:

11 Sovereign Close, St Katharine’s & Wapping, London E1W 3HW

Phone: 0203 5983898

Email: info@survivorsuk.org

Talk Don’t Walk: The Relationships Centre

Location: North West

Talk Don’t Walk is part of The Relationships Centre, which is a charity set up to work with families and young people around issues of domestic violence and unhealthy relationships. Talk Don’t Walk offers support to Young People and their families when a Young Person has been reported missing from home, school or care or there are concerns that a Young Person may decide to run away as a way of dealing with present difficulties.

Remit area: Warrington

Lucy Hindmarsh

The Relatonships Centre, The Gateway, 89 Sankey Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 1SR

Tel: 01925 246910

Email: info@talkdontwalk.org.uk

http://www.therelationshipscentre.co.uk

TARGET: Targeting and Reducing Grooming, Exploitation and Trading of Children and Young People Online

Location: East Midlands

TARGET offer a service for 5-19 year olds affected by online sexual abuse and exploitation.

We also operate a TARGET Helpline: Mondays and Fridays 4.30-8pm

Mobile: 07718 003219 (also available on WhatsApp)  Email: target@servicesix.co.uk 

Website: www.servicesix.co.uk

Facebook: Ollie Target    Twitter: @ServiceSix1

Hayley Brown Bsc ILM Cert ASCEP
TARGET Project Manager
Service Six – Supporting Children, Young People, Adults & Families

15, Sassoon Mews, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, NN8 3LT
Mobile: 07923 904334
HQ Tel: 01933 277520 / 01933 273746

Registered Charity No: 1132490

Tender

Location: London

Tender promotes healthy relationships based on equality and respect. We use drama and education to prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence.

Remit area: London

Susie McDonald , Director

Registered Address:

Interchange Studios, Hampstead Town Hall, 213 Haverstock Hill, London, NW3 4QP

Tel: 0207 431 7227

Email: home@tender.org.uk

Web: www.tender.org.uk

Terrence Higgins Trust

Location: South East

Our services are for you if: You think you may be at risk of HIV or poor sexual health; You have HIV; Your life is affected by concerns about sexual health or HIV; You know someone who is not taking care of their sexual health

Remit area: Brighton and Hove

Registered Address:

61 Ship Street, Brighton and Hove, East Sussex. BN1 1AE

Phone: 01273 764200

Phone: 0808 802 1221

Email: info@tht.org.uk 

Web: www.tht.org.uk

 

The Armistead Centre

Location: North West

The Armistead Centre offers a HIV prevention, sexual health promotion, assertive outreach and wider support service to: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people across Liverpool, Sefton St. Helens and Knowsley.

Remit area: Liverpool, Sefton St. Helens, Knowsley

Paul White / Martin Fenerty, Operational Project Manager / Deputy Manager

1st Floor Musker Building, 1 Stanley Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 6AA

Tel: 0151 227 1893

Email: info@armisteadcentre.co.uk

www.armisteadcentre.co.uk

The Awaken Team

Location: North West

The Awaken Project, is a multi-agency initiative led by police, social services AND health set up in the wake of a young women’s disappearance. The team – which brings together professionals from licensing, social services, education and police – aims to root out and arrest the abusers before they do serious harm, and protect children from exploiters.

Remit area:

Childcare Manager

Divisional HQ, Bonny Streey, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 5RL

Phone: 01253 607063

The BLAST Project (part of Yorkshire MESMAC Group of Services)

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

The BLAST Project (established since 2003) is the UK’s leading sexual exploitation project supporting ONLY boys and young men. In Leeds and Bradford we provide face to face support and information for boys and young men who have been, are being, or are at risk of being sexually exploited. We also provide group work in educational and youth settings and various forms of outreach. National services include online support, a national helpline for boys and young men, an online reporting system and national campaigns. We also provide the nationally recognised ‘Not Just Our Daughters’ training along with other professional training opportunities. The national resource pack and DVD ‘THINK AGAIN’ is also available nationally and includes activities to address the grooming and sexual exploitation of boys and young men.

Remit area: Leeds, Bradford and National

Registered Address:

22 – 23 Blayds Yard, Leeds. LS1 4AD

 

Phone: 0113 2444 209

Email: blast@mesmac.co.uk

Web: www.mesmac.co.uk/blast

Registered Charity Number: 1040407

The Boys & Young Men Service

Location: London

We provide support for boys and young men aged 11 to 21 who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing, sexual exploitation. Support can be delivered through one-to-one or group work. The service aims to build a therapeutic relationship and give young people a safe space and tools to reflect on their experiences using socio-educative approaches. Issues explored may include emotions, healthy and unhealthy relationships, self-esteem, identity and gendered expectations, safety, consent, grooming and exploitation, gangs and involvement in offending.

Remit area:

Laurelle Brown

Registered Address:

21-23 Broadway, London. E15 4BQ

Phone: 020 8221 8200

Mobile: 07876 555 604

Email: laurelle.brown@childresnssociety.org.uk

Web: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/the-boys-and-young-men-service

The Breakthrough Team

Location: North West

This is an operation based in northern lancaster and made up of three police officers, and a missing from home’s manager. Work with young people affected by sexual exploitation under 18 years of age.

Remit area: Northern Lancaster

DS Simon Coates, DS 1344 Coates

CSE Team, Lancaster Police Station, Turnurm Street, Lancaster, LA1 1YB

Phone: 01524 596673

The CATE Project

Location: West Midlands

A local authority Targeted Youth Support Service that specialise in Sexual exploitation services for children and young people who are affected by CSE. The service works within multi-agency pathways (Police, Social Care, health, education and Cohesion Services) to enable children and young people to stay safe from this type of abuse.

Remit area: Telford, Wrekin

Helen Morris, Senior Practitioner-CATE Service – Children Safeguarding

Telford and Wrekin Council, Darby House, Lawn Central, Telford. TF3 4JA

Phone: 01952 385381

Email: cate@telford.gov.uk

 

The CHERISH Team

Location: North West

Operation Cherish, is a team of Police Officers and an intensive support worker from the Children’s society who deal with child sexual exploitation within the Southern Division area of Lancashire Constabulary (Chorley, South Ribble and West Lancs)

Remit area: Chorely, South Ribble, West Lancashire

DS Vicky Leighton, Team Leader

County Police Station, Derby Street, Ormskirk, West Lancashire, L39 2BJ

Tel: 01695 566323 /31

Email: victoria.leighton@lancashire.pnn.police.uk

The DETER Team

Location: North West

Remit area:

DS Warren ATKINSON, Team Leader

Operation Deter, Public Protection Unit, Preston Police Station, Lancaster North Road, Preston, PR1 2SA

Tel: 01772 209912

Email: warren.atkinson@lancashire.pnn.police.uk

The EXIT Team, Bolton Children’s Services

Location: North West

The EXIT team is part of Bolton Children’s Services and works with under 18 years at risk of or affected by sexual exploitation.

Remit area: Bolton

Janet Graham, Team Manager

Registered Address:

Exit Team, Bolton’s Sexual Exploitation Team,  Breightmet House, Blenheim Road, Bolton. BL2 6JA

Phone: 01204 337195

Email: janet.graham@bolton.gov.uk

Web: http://boltonsafeguardingchildren.org.uk/

The Freedom Team

Location: North West

Police led multi agency team dealing with children who are at risk of or are being sexually exploited. Agencies include; childrens social care, NHS east Lancashire and community services and police.

Remit area: Burnley, Pendale, Rossendale

Sheralyn Melton

Rossendale Police Station, Bacup Road, Rossendale, Burnley, BB4 7JA

Phone: 01706 237397

Email: anne.binns@lancashire.pnn.police.uk

The Jack Raine Community Foundation

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

We work on education, prevention and victim support on CSE. Referrals are either referred from The Police, Local Authority, Sports clubs and third sector partnerships or self-referred by parents or the children and their friends. Education; information workshops, education programs and activity projects, for parents, children, teenagers and young adults make up the core of our education which naturally leads to prevention work. Prevention: is a high priority and our workshops set a strong and practical message. Our Early Intervention, Prevention & Aftercare Support Team (EIPAST) promotes awareness to children and teenage boys and girls as well as encouraging positive attitudes towards children and teenage girls by young men aged between 17 and 25 years old. Gang related CSE and work with the Traveller, Roma and Gypsy communities are other areas of workshop delivery. Support: Parents are supported when they believe or their children are involved in CSE activity through social media, older teenagers and young adults, gang activity, drug related, grooming parties or missing from home on a regular basis. We can liaise with The Police on parents behalf in the first instant of a crime being committed and reported. Children; are supported in many ways after becoming victims of CSE a bespoke support service will be delivered in partnership with parents, education and other support agencies. Respite; residential support and safe-house; in 2013 we have ran a pilot respite break / holiday for children and their families who have all become victims of this terrible crime against children. The mental and physical exhaustion parents have to cope with is incredibly difficult. Maintaining and keeping as much normality in running the family home, being parents to brothers and sisters while supporting the child or children who have become victims of predators and grooming gangs.

Remit area: York, North Yorkshire and Ryedale

Registered Address:

4 The Enterprise Complex, Walmgate, York. YO1 9TT

Phone: 01904 632089

Email: info@jackrainefoundation.org.uk

Web: http://www.jackrainefoundation.org.uk/

The Lotus Project

Location: Scotland

The Lotus Project is a specialist service for children, young people and their families in Dumfries and Galloway who are at risk of or affected by sexual exploitation

Remit area:

Maureen Taylor, CSE Project Coordinator

Registered Address:

31B Castle Street, Dumfries. DG1 1DL

Phone: 01387 950813

Email: maureen@lotusproject.org

Web: http://www.lotusproject.org/

The Men’s Room

Location: North West

The Mens’ Room is an arts and social care agency. We aim to work creatively with men and offer them opportunities to be involved in high quality artistic projects along side providing support for issues that they may have in their lives. The Men’s Room run two creative sessions weekly, WMD which is for young men with experience fo homelessness and/or the criminal justice system and The Blue Room which is for young men involved in sex work or vulnerable to sexual exploitation. All of these sessions have input from both an artistic and social care angle. The Men’s Room offer support in several ways through our weekly Drop in, which is staffed by both Mens’ Room staff and partner agencies who can offer help and support with housing, sexual and mental health,drug and alcohol use and other issues. We also run two weekly outreach sessions in order to engage with young men on the sex work beat and raise awareness of support available. Our support and development worker also offers one-to-one support and a referral system to other agencies. We also offer training to other organisations, particularly focussed on engaging creatively with young men.

Remit area: Manchester

Registered Address:

Ground Floor Swan Buildings, 20 Swan Street, Manchester. M4 5JW

Phone: 0161 8341827

Email: admin@mroom.co.uk

Web: www.mroom.co.uk

The Messenger Partnership (Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council)

Location: North West

Messenger is a Multiagency partnership focusing on CSE in Oldham, involving children’s services, the police, the PCT and Barnardos to tackle the issue of the sexual exploitation of children within Oldham

Remit area: Oldham, North West

Nic Dunn

Email: nic.dunn@barnardos.org.uk

The Mix

Location: UK National

The Mix is the UK’s leading support service for young people. We are here to help you take on any challenge you’re facing – from mental health to money, from homelessness to finding a job, from break-ups to drugs. Talk to us 24 hours a day via online, social or our free, confidential helpline.

Free Helpline: 0808 808 4994

Web: http://www.themix.org.uk

The nia project

Location: London

The nia project is a London based organisation working with women and children who experience sexual violence. The project has a young people’s sexual exploitation worker who works with young people, professionals and communities. In addition the project provides refuge houses for women escaping domestic violence, an advocacy and training team, and young people’s workers who work in schools and communities.

Remit area: London

Registered Address:

PO Box 58203, London. N1 3XP

Phone: 020 7683 1270

Email: info@niaendingviolence.org.uk

Web: http://www.niaendingviolence.org.uk/

Registered Charity Number: 1037072

The Phoenix Team (Wigan)

Location: North West

This team aims to aims to identify and prevent the sexual exploitation of children and young people in the borough, making all efforts to identify and develop intelligence about sexual exploitation, including new areas of activity, informing, influencing and campaigning on these issues locally, regionally and nationally. To work directly with young people at risk to develop strategies to protect and promote their physical, emotional and sexual well-being. To work holistically with Gateway (Early Intervention and Prevention Service), Social Care, Brook, Clinical Commissioning Group, Greater Manchester Police, Baranardos and all agencies to collect information which leads to prosecution. Wigan has it’s own CSE strategy to tackle CSE which incorporates 5P’s that each detail a different area of work – Prevent, Protect, Pursue, Prosecute = Public Confidence.

Remit area: Wigan

Kath Vereycken, Business Manager Wigan Safeguarding Children Board and CSE Coordinator for Wigan, Wigan, WN7 1DY

Tel: 01942 486172

Email: seam@wigan.gcsx.gov.uk

The PROTECT Team

Location: North West

PROTECT is a multi agency team consisting of officers from Greater Manchester Police and social workers from Manchester Children’s Services, Barnardos and the Children’s Society. The PROTECT team was formed as a multi-agency project tackling individuals who target vulnerable young people for the purposes of CSE. It seeks to: Safeguard children; Secure convictions against perpetrators; Provide direct work to support victims and their families.

Remit area: Manchester

Jayne Horan, Service Manager

Gang Membership Unit, Greenheys Police Station, Charles Halle Road, Moss Side, Manchester, M15 6NP

Tel: 0161 856 0040

Email: Jayne.Horan@manchester.gov.uk

www.manchester.gov.uk

The Regional Emergency Social Work Service

Location: Northern Ireland

The RESWS provides an emergency social work service across all social work/care areas for N Ireland – after 5pm and during weekend/public holiday periods

Remit area:

Phone: 028 9504 9999 out of hours

The Rowan (sexual assault referral centre for Northern Ireland)

Location: Northern Ireland

24/7 services to children, young people & adults who have been raped, sexually assaulted or sexually abused.

Remit area:

Phone: 0800 3894424

The Sexual Exploitation Service – Checkpoint Torbay

Location: South West

We work with young people, their families and the wider community to prevent child sexual exploitation.

Remit area: The service is available to children, young people and their whole families. The service accepts self-referrals, you can visit us in person at our Checkpoint Torbay Drop-In, call us on the numbers below or email. We also accept referrals with the support of an already involved professional, such as doctors, youth workers or social workers.

Registered Address:

7 Victoria Road, Ellacombe. TQ1 1HU

Phone: 01803 290 330

Email: checkpoint@childrenssociety.org.uk

Web: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/the-sexual-exploitation-service-checkpoint-torbay

The Specialist Health Promotion Team

Location: East Midlands

The Specialist Health Promotion Team within Nottingham CityCare Partnership offers generic sexual health training to any workers in the city of Nottingham who interface with young people along with some face-to-face and project work with young people. Currently the Young People’s Sexual Health Specialist is involved in developing/implementing a cross authority (Nottingham and Nottinghamshire) training strategy for Child Sexual Exploitation. This involves a training programme for workers (statutory/public and voluntary sector) as appropriate and the development of a package to use with young people in various settings. This work has been commissioned by a cross authority multi agency Sexual Exploitation Group.

Remit area: Nottingham/ Nottinghamshire

Sharon Sipple, The Specialist Health Promotion Team

Suite 6, 2nd Floor Aspect House , Aspect business Park Bennerley Road, Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, NG6 8WR

Phone: 0115 8834247

Email: sharon.sipple@nottinghamcitycare.nhs.uk

The SWEET Project

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

The SWEET Project are a social enterprise not-for-profit venture, formed in March 2010. We work with children, families and vulnerable adults to provide protection, safeguarding, empowerment, problem-solving skills and support.

Registered Address:

Unit 3 Ardath Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham. B38 9PL

Phone: 0121 4582270

Web: http://www.sweetproject.co.uk/

The Topaz Centre

Location: East Midlands

The Topaz Centre is in a discreet location that is easily accessible by public transport and by car. The Topaz Centre reviews and assesses the service on a regular basis, which enables us to meet the needs of people that have experienced rape or sexual assault. The Topaz Centre provides a caring and informative service suited to meet a client’s needs. We offer a sensitive service for the client and respect their dignity regardless of lifestyle, religion, ethnicity, culture, sexuality and/or disabilities.

Remit area:

Registered Address:

The Topaz Centre, PO Box 9262, North Nottingham. NG5 0DW

Phone: 0845 600 1588

Email: topazsupport@nottssvss.org.uk

https://nottssvss.org.uk/ 

 

The US Service

Location: London

We provide support for young people (males and females) aged 11 – 25 who have a learning disability and are at risk of, or experiencing sexual exploitation. Support can be delivered through 1:1 sessions or group work. The service aims to build a therapeutic relationship and give young people a safe space and tools to reflect on their experiences using socio-educative approaches. Issues explored may include emotions, healthy/unhealthy relationships, self-esteem, safety, consent, grooming and exploitation. This service is also available to young people who do not have a formal LD diagnosis, but where professionals have observed significant additional learning needs that may prevent the young person from accessing mainstream services.

Registered Address:

21-23 Broadway, London. E15 4BQ

Web: http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/the-us-project-london

The Young Persons Drug Service

Location: East of England

The young persons drug service provides treatment to young people under the age of 25 yrs in Luton who are using drugs. The service uses a number of treatment interventions and approaches in motivating the young person towards change, the ethos and philosophy is embedded in harm reduction and service user involvement. We have a number of professionals within the team who have specialist skills in housing, primary care, dual diagnosis, counselling, criminal justice, alternative therapies, drugs and alcohol, sexual exploitation and the project is a one stop shop for young people to drop in receive treatment, support, advice and information.

Remit area: Luton

Registered Address:

Young Persons Drug Service, 53-55 Cardiff Road, Luton. LU1 1PP

Time 2 Project

Location: Yorkshire and Humber

We work with young people aged 11-18 who are at medium to high risk of CSE. We offer 1:1 person centred support. Our aim is to inform, support and empower young people to make informed decisions and to reduce the risk of CSE.

Remit area: York, Selby, Scarborough & Ryedale, Harrogate & District

Registered Address:

Yorkshire MESMAC, Marygate Lane, York. YO30 7BJ

Phone: 01904 620400

Karen Chapman, Project Coordinator

Phone: 07495 582675

Email: Time2@basisyorkshire.org.uk

Web: http://www.time2project.org/

Victim Support Southwark

Location: London

Worker supporting young people, aged 16 – 25 year who are experiencing issues relating to intimate partner violence.

Remit area: Southwark, London

Phone: 0207 277 1433

Web: www.victimsupport.org

Voice of Young People in Care

Location: Northern Ireland

VOYPIC is a charity working across Northern Ireland promoting the rights and improving the lives of children and young people cared for away from home. They may be living at home in care; with foster or kinship carers; in children’s homes; in secure settings; or in supported accommodation. They may be preparing to leave care or be care leavers.

Remit area: Northern Ireland

Registered Address:

9 – 11 Botanic Avenue Belfast. BT7 1JG

Phone: 028 9024 4888

Email: claire.killen@voypic.org

Web: www.voypic.org

Walsall CSE Co-Ordinator

Location: West Midlands

Local Authority CSE Co-Ordinator for Walsall Council

Phone: 0300 555 2345

Walsall Street Teams

Location: West Midlands

Voluntary Sector provider of services for victims of CSE, and those at risk of CSE in Walsall and surrounding areas. Various projects are delivered including prevention in schools, direct support for victims and training and awareness activity.

Phone: 01922 621208

Registered Address:

The Bradford Street Centre, 51 Bradford Street, Walsall. WS1 3QD

Web: http://street-teams.org/street-teams-walsall/

Waves (The Children’s Society)

Location: South West

The Waves project provides advice, support and information for all young people up to the age of 21. The service provides support to young people who are missing from home, offers family mediation and have a parenting advisor

Remit area: Weymouth, Portland

Registered Address:

52 St Mary’s Street, Weymouth. DT4 8BJ

Phone: 01305 768768

Email: waves@childrenssociety.org.uk

 

West Sussex Childrens Access Point (CAP)

Location: South East

All Child Sexual Exploitation concerns should be reported to CAP to access support and advice

Remit area: West Sussex

Registered Address:

Children’s Access Point, 4th Floor, County Hall North (Parkside), Chart Way, Horsham. RH12 1XH

Phone: 01403 229900

Email: mash@westsussex.gcsx.gov.uk

Web: https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/how-to-get-social-care-help/children/how-to-get-childrens-social-care-help/

West Sussex Safeguarding Children’s Board

Location: South East

Remit area: West Sussex

Registered Address:

County Hall, West Street,, Chichester. PO19 1RQ

Phone: 0330 222 7799

Email: lscb@westsussex.gov.uk

Web:http://www.westsussexscb.org.uk/

Whistle Blowing Advice Line

Location: UK National

Government funded Whistleblowing Advice Line. This will take calls from professionals from any sector who are worried about the way their, or another, organisation is dealing with child protection issues. Employees who don’t feel able to escalate these issues internally can contact the service, as well as those who have been unsuccessful in doing so.

It can be reached for free on 0800 0280285 and can be contacted anonymously.

Email: help@nspcc.org.uk

Web: www.nspcc.org.uk/whistleblowing

Wilderness Experiences

Location: UK National

Children’s Home based in Cumbria for young people with emotional/behavioural difficulties. Maximum placement 17 weeks.

Accommodates upto 5 young people on a single occupancy basis.

Registered Address:

Manor House, Brisco, Carlisle. CA4 0QS

Phone: 01228 409553

Mobile: 07919 523063

Phone: 01228 406553

Email: clareh@we-uk.co.uk

Web: www.we-uk.co.uk

WiSE Project -East Sussex

Location: South East

The WiSE Project works to raise awareness of, prevent and disrupt Sexual Exploitation. We have workers in Brighton and Hove, East Sussex and Surrey offering 1-1 casework and group work/outreach for young people aged 13-25. We also deliver training for professionals (basic and advanced) through the LSCB (Check out their website for details and booking) and we can come to team meetings and sessions of other projects within our areas to update and inform staff.

Through our NTE campaign we are working with hotels, pubs, clubs and bars to raise awareness as well as conducting outreach sessions in various night time venues using our specially designed materials. We have strong links with our vibrant and diverse communities including within the LGBT community. Contact us: To find out more about The WiSE Project or if you are experiencing or know someone who may be experiencing sexual exploitation please get in touch.

Remit area: East Sussex

Registered Address:

The WiSE Project YMCA DLG, 17 Marmion Road, Hove, BN3 5FS

Tel: 07793325649

Email: wise.eastsussex@ymcadlg.org

 

WiSE Project -Surrey

Location: South East

The WiSE Project works to raise awareness of, prevent and disrupt Sexual Exploitation. We have workers in Brighton and Hove, East Sussex and Surrey offering 1-1 casework and group work/outreach for young people aged 13-25. We also deliver training for professionals (basic and advanced) through the LSCB (Check out their website for details and booking) and we can come to team meetings and sessions of other projects within our areas to update and inform staff.

Through our NTE campaign we are working with hotels, pubs, clubs and bars to raise awareness as well as conducting outreach sessions in various night time venues using our specially designed materials. We have strong links with our vibrant and diverse communities including within the LGBT community. Contact us: To find out more about The WiSE Project or if you are experiencing or know someone who may be experiencing sexual exploitation please get in touch.

Remit area: Surrey

The WiSE Project YMCA DLG, 17 Marmion Road, Hove, BN3 5FS

Email: wise.surrey@ymcadlg.org

 

Wolverhampton CSE Co-Ordinator

Location: West Midlands

Local Authority CSE Co-Ordinator for Wolverhampton City Council

Phone: 01902 555392

Web: https://www.wolverhamptonsafeguarding.org.uk/index.php/contact-us

You & Co

Location: UK National

You & Co is Victim Support’s youth programme that helps young people cope with the impact and effects of crime. You do not have to report the crime to the police to get support from us. Includes Interactive Courtroom

Registered Address:

Hallam House, 56 – 60 Hallam Street, London. W1W 6JL

Email: youandco@victimsupport.org.uk

Registered Charity Number: 298028

Web: http://www.youandco.org.uk

Young Men’s Project Oxfordshire

Location: South East

We help boys and young men who are refugees or migrant workers understand how to make safe choices in their relationships.

Remit area: This service has grown up alongside and works closely with our refugee and migrant work in Oxford and is available to young men who are new to the UK with a focus on unaccompanied asylum seeking children. We work with boys and young men aged 14 – 21 who are involved in, or are at risk of forming unhealthy relationships.

Registered Address:

New Road Baptist Church, Bonn Square, Oxford. OX1 1LQ

Phone: 0300 303 7000

Web: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/