Southwest Intervention Service
Providing 1:1 programmes to support young people 5 - 25...
This intervention is aimed at young people who are at risk of exclusion from education, their family and the wider community and/or involved in, or at risk of, anti-social behaviour. It aims to support young people to develop strategies by enabling a better understanding of the impact of their behaviours; increasing positive aspirations and confidence and improving their self-image. This is achieved through 1:1 support and engagement in positive activities.
This intervention is aimed at young people who need additional support and input in relation to health personal safety and well-being issues. It focuses on safeguarding, drug and alcohol use, sexual heath, self/body image and healthy eating/lifestyles. This is achieved through; 1:1 support, small group work sessions, project and special interest work.
Safety awareness interventions for children and young people which aim to build self-esteem and increased confidence and assertiveness relating to feeling and being safe.
A programme aimed at enabling young people to develop skills and strategies for dealing with anger. It focuses on the difference between anger and aggression, raising awareness of personal anger/stress relating to transitions, reducing destructive behaviours and identifying early warning signs.
Friends – Emotional resilience
An emotional resilience programme that incorporates physiological, cognitive and behavioural strategies aimed at assisting children and young people in coping with stress and worry.
Who to contact
Where to go
- The Hive
4 Cedar Units
- TQ9 6JY
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £30.00 per hour
- We offer door to door service which includes all transport
- Referral required
- Other notes
We work with children and young people with additional needs and may include Autism, mental health, drug and alcohol & school refusers