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The Early Intervention Youth Fund aims to support young people at risk of exploitation, offending behaviour and making choices that may negatively impact their life with the hope of inspiring them into education, employment or training.

Our intensive support programme is offered to young people aged 11-19 in Bracknell, Reading and Slough who have been identified as being involved in or at risk of being involved knife crime, gangs and offending behaviour.

This project is funded by Thames Valley Police Crime Commissioner to help these young people recieve a positive outcome. 

The programme includes: 
• One to one bespoke support 
• FIS assessment
• Engagement in positive activities

Programme runs from April 2019 to March 2020. 

For more information and to refer young people, please contact Britney Cleary on britneycleary@adviza.org.uk or call 07525 814 710

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