We help young people who may find themselves in times of difficulty or need. Gracedom aims to provide advice, support and guidance across a range of issues and seek to help young people to help themselves. We bring together all the services that help young people and offer support with:
We've worked with many young people in difficult situations. They may come from tough upbringings or neighbourhoods, where poverty, crime and unemployment are common features. They may be leaving care, truanting, or have been excluded from school. Some of them have started getting into trouble with the police or may have got as far as custody.
We've found that most of these young people want the same things as everyone else - to find a job they enjoy, somewhere safe to live and to stand on their own two feet. But these goals can sometimes seem impossible.
For some young people, life is a series of no-win decisions and situations. One thing can lead to another until everything's all tangled up and there seems to be no way out.
We deal with every person as an individual and work with them to find a way out. Our main line of directions are to guide them to learn, earn a living, live somewhere safe, steer clear of crime and to give something back to their communities.
One of our key projects in helping young people is The Smart Mentoring Project. This has been developed by Gracedom to offer support to the young people across various the UK. The underlying principle of the project is one of respect and valuing each individual for who they are. We recognise the inherent worth of each young person, and by building up relationships of mutual respect, we hope to see them grow in self-esteem and confidence, and to positively influence the relationships they have with their own family and friends. Find out some more by clicking here.
Why not get involved with Gracedom? All you need to do is contact our offices and we will take it from there. Our details are located on our contact page.