Mentoring Children and Young People

According to the Governments estimates, it has been stated that there are 4,500 troubled families within Birmingham, 2,500 in Manchester and 1,115 in the West Midlands borough of Sandwell. Children and Young people are unique individuals and their behavoiur often defies the logic that adults understand.

Prime Minister David Cameron's pledge to turn around the lives of Britain's troubled families has been welcomed by Birmingham's head of crime and communities.

Mentor's Vision is to support  young people 14+

Our vision is a world where children and young people are empowered to make healthy decisions and avoid drug abuse.

 

Mentor's mission

our mentoring programmes makes prevention effective and visible by targetting children and young people and those around them as well as well as policy makers and practioners working in prevention locally. Our aim is to identify, undertake, support and disseminate the best promising practive in prevention. The project work reflects this and and our focus upon other voluntary mentors.

Away Forwardfoundation is a non-profit charity, we welcome any kind of support.

If you feel that you would like to support us, then please check out the 'Support Us' page for more information.

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In partnership with:

  1. G4S Birmingham prison
  2. Police Crime Commissioners
  3. BAYC Birmingham
  4. BVSC
  5. National Citizen service/ Challenge Network
  6. elinks
  7. Mentoring and befriending Foundation
  8. Probation Trust (community payback)
  9. Newman university
  10. OCN 
  11. Hear 4 U Counselling Service