Reducing Harm, Transforming Lifestyles.

 

(Coronavirus Covid-19 update of our services)

We have completely revised and adapted our services to continue offering the highest level of support to our young clients and their families. 

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Welcome to Streets of Growth, a frontline prevention and intervention charity that was born out of the very streets and council estates we engage today in east London. Our name is our aim re-engaging stuck young adults aged 15-25 years and equipping them to transform their lives and their neighbourhoods.

Now in our remarkable 19th year, our uniqueness is in how our interventionists design and interweave ‘targeted’ project programming with relentless street outreach and intervention work to disrupt the cycle of gangs, criminality, violence and hopelessness, to ensure young adults socially and economically thrive out of harms way. 

A reputation where we were recently awarded the Change Leaders Community Safety Award, Finalists for the Third Sector Community Initiative Award, and Winners of the Youth Champion Award.

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What makes us different - our USP

Our approach doesn't rely on young people showing up at our Centre to engage them. Nor do we really on programmes to define the length of time we work with our young clients. We go where the most disadvantaged and vulnerable young people spend their time away from education and employment. Relentless and Strategic Outreach and Street-work is what makes all the difference for us, building trust, relationships, and supporting change processes within and outside of our projects until our clients are equipped to self-maintain their transformations.

The latest

Find out what the Streets of Growth team and young people have been up to.

20th Year International Anniversary Trip

June 19, 2018

Three more neighbourhoods

May 11, 2018

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