Bexley Moorings Project offers support to young people between the age of 10 and 15 years who are isolated and vulnerable and could benefit from a positive adult role model. This project is aimed at early intervention and those who are willing to engage. The service is supported by volunteers who meet the young person for a few hours a week to offer the provision detailed below.
One to one personalised intensive befriending interventions consisting of listening support, positive role modelling and behaviour management.
Based on a time limited, solution focussed model, with measurable objectives
Early transition into universal services
Flexibility will remain for those who require longer intervention but a four month intervention will be the norm. The volunteers are supported by a member of the staff team through supervision.
Flexible service around young person and volunteer
No cost to client but has to commit to working towards agreed targets they have set.
C.R.I.S.P. (Child Resilience Inclusion Social Pathway)
A weekly support group for young people between the ages of 8 and 15 years, living in the Borough of Bexley, who may be struggling with issues relating to social inclusion.
This is an open referral service, although at least 50% of the young people attending must be from Orbit Housing families.