Circles South East Youth Project.
There is evidence of increasing amounts of harmful sexual behaviours being committed by young people, often against younger siblings or other family members, but also in schools and community centres. There is also strong evidence that if you can intervene while people are still young, there is a greater chance of preventing young people engaging in harmful sexual behaviours turning into adult sexual offenders.
Circles South East, with funding provided by the Cabinet Office, Comic Relief and Children in Need, have developed a resource for such young people, aged between 12 and 17. The resource is currently available in the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire area though we intend to expand throughout the region over the next 3 years.
We can provide Circles for young people, with volunteers recruited and trained to a high standard, and supervised by our Youth Coordinator. We also have a cohort of counsellors qualified to work with young people who offer their services free of charge. The counselling services is funded by the Thames Valley Police Crime Commissioner’s office.
If you would like to refer a young person to the service, or would like to join our team of volunteers, click to download the PDF shown or contact:
T: 01235 816050
Circles South East is an organisation dedicated to equal opportunities.