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Haringey Community Gold

Committed to supporting young people in Haringey

Haringey received the biggest amount of funding in the first round of the Mayor’s Young Londoners Fund (external link) to deliver our Haringey Community Gold scheme to support young people to discover their talent and fulfil their potential. Haringey Community Gold uses a strengths based public health approach to engaging young people and benefits from a network of connected community programmes to listen and respond to young people.

The programme made up of detached youth work and community programmes allows young people to find local provisions which range from sports, training and employment, future leaders programme, mental health support and a BAME careers service.

The three-year funded programme’s outreach workers are already working closely with schools, youth clubs, and the voluntary sector.

Young people can choose which programmes they are interested in to create a bespoke experience for themselves. We want to support you to stay on track, take the opportunities you want, develop relationships and leadership skills and have good mental health and wellbeing.

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Who are the ten Haringey Community Gold partners?

Haringey Community Gold

Engaging with young people where they are comfortable, building their confidence and giving them the opportunity to understand their potential by providing them with options for their future.

Picture shows Haringey Specialist Outreach Workers.

Haringey Council

  • Street outreach: in community - your road, estate, park, shopping centre, sporting group
  • Detached and mobile outreach: 'as needed’ in community locations, including home visits, schools, community centres, libraries and other public places for young people referred by others
  • Haringey LondonAssertive community outreach: what would you like? Football provision in your local park? A girls group in the local community centre? For young people who may not be engaged with other services

North London Partnership Consortium Ltd.

North London Partnership Consortium (NLPC)

Future Leaders: Developing community leaders through training, internships/placements and employment to advocate for their communities.


Haringey Play Association

Haringey Play

Positive activities to enable social and emotional wellbeing. The playground features amazing equipment, including a massive slide, a sandpit, a whaler, swings and jumping-off platforms.


Exodus

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A ground-breaking intervention programme tackling knife crime, youth violence, gangs and child criminal exploitation through county lines. 

12 week rolling programme for 12-21 year olds including high risk offenders and those excluded and at risk of exclusions.

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London Elite - The Global Family

Off The Streets Less Heat

Universal sport provision for young people aged 13-21 on Broadwater Farm estate.


MTP - My Training Plan

My Training Plan

Fitness sessions with personal trainer. Body, light and heavy weight lifting with circuits, training plans, diet plans and mentoring.


The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

Thinking Space

Service supported by the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust. We facilitate a safe space where individuals can talk about their feelings, share their stories and thoughts, and develop insight.


AccessUK. Opening doors for youth opportunities.

Access UK

BAME careers service for 16-21 year olds, working with young people across Haringey and supporting them into employment.


Work Works training solutions

Work works

Empowering young people from all different walks of life by upskilling them and creating a tangible avenue that lead to sustainable careers. Targeted provision for the most prolific re/offenders aged 12-21 on court orders and in prison.


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Bridge Renewal Trust

Evaluating the programme through tools including peer research mechanisms.

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Contact

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Supported by Mayor of London
This project is funded by the Mayor’s Young Londoners Fund (external link)

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