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This is a list of links to resources that I feel are
useful and relevant to the ongoing work of AIM and its users 

Alliance Arts

Alliance Arts create a positive and safe environment where young people can aspire to become the best version of themselves via weekly creative dance projects headed by award-winning mentor and head Torron lee-Dewar. Based across Isleworth, Brentford and all of Hounslow borough.


Barnardo's provide support for young people in care – and after they leave the care system.

They give children caring for a loved one the help and support they deserve.

Their specialist workers support families through domestic abuse, mental health problems, prison sentences, asylum seeking and much more.

Brentford Community Sports Trust

Brentford FC Community Sports Trust is a pioneering organisation for the local community. It uses the power of sport to educate, motivate and inspire young people from all backgrounds. Working in partnership with Brentford FC, the Trust offers a portfolio of programmes in education, employability, sports participation, health and community engagement.


Gingerbread are the leading national charity working with single parent families. They support, advise and are also a bridge to other partners working to suppport all aspects of help for single parent families.

Hounslow One Stop Shop

This is a FREE, weekly drop-in service at the Treaty Centre, Hounslow every Weds 10:00-12:00 for anyone experiencing domestic abuse, sexual abuse and other forms of gender-based violence such as fgm, honour-based violence, modern day slavery, stalking, forced amrriage, child safety issues.

You don't need to make an appointment and can get face-to-face advice and support on issues including safety, housing, legal and childcare matters at one location

Hounslow Parent Carer Forum

Hounslow Parent Carers Forum is a group of Hounslow-based parents/carers of children/young people (aged 0 to 25 years) with disabilities or special educational needs. The Forum meets monthly to discuss real issues that affect families such as mental health, education and employment. It is also a place to share information parent to parent and to ask questions. They also run coffee mornings and a Men Too group.

Kinetic Youth

Kinetic Youth work with those in, or at risk of becoming involved in, the youth justice system.

They primarily work with young people by building voluntary relationships and supporting them through positive activities, to gain new skills and provide information that will help them understand their world better.

The support they provide depends on what the young people want and need, and continues as long as they want it to support them to re-engage within their lives, their communities and create a positive future for themselves.

No Shame In Running

A community led organisation with a mission to eradicate violence by creating space for compassion within our community. We offer boxing, mentoring and well-being based programmes.

Out Of The Shadows

Out Of the Shadows offer excellent support services to children and young people, parent/carers, schools and multi-agency practitioners. They offer one to one mentoring, group work and advocacy for children, Parent/carer workshops, training, consultancy and speaking on all aspects of safeguarding.

Project Turnover

Project Turn-Over help young people to get back on track through professional guidance with the help of sport, mentoring and life skills. With a challenging physical and cognitive program,they supporet and assist a return to school/out of exclusion/ to stop offending/ ROTL support return to society.


Shelter are an amazing resource for those facing housing problems. They are particularly useful if you are having problems both as a private or council tenant.

St Giles Trust

St Giles do incredible work and have great and relatable youth workers that support young people and their families. They show people there is a way to build a better future – for themselves and those they care about – and help them create this through support, advice and training. We raise awareness of their situation and fight their corner to ensure long term changes are put in place.

The Violence Intervention Project (VIP)

The Violence Intervention Project works with young people up to the age of 25 who are at risk or involved in Serious Youth Violence.

Their ethos is ‘short-term work, long-term relationships’ and their aim is to develop strong, positive and supportive connections with their clients. They work therapeutically, to break the cycle of violence. They work flexibly and without judgement. They are available whenever a young person reaches out for help. Whether this involves supporting them as an appropriate adult or transporting them to a safe location. The Violence Intervention Project team are a brilliantly effect lifeline of support.

Young Ealing Foundation

YEF connect and equip grassroots youth charities, supporters and decision makers, to open up a brighter future for Ealing’s children and young people. They have excellent resources and projects listed for parents and practitioners on their website.

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