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NAOS - Breaking barriers (360G-QuartetCF-A460914)

Toward training from an interculture therapy expert and to support work targeted at hard-to-reach 18-25 year old young BME people.


21 Nov 2017

Recipient Organization

NAOS (360G-QuartetCF-AC...)

Grant details
Amount Applied For 5000
Amount Awarded 5000
Award Date 2017-11-21T00:00:00+00:00
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code E06000023
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Type UA
Beneficiary Location: Name Bristol, City of
Grant Programme: Code EXP-2017/18
Grant Programme: Title Express Grant Programme
Impact Category Advance people's physical and mental health, wellbeing and safety
Last Modified 2018-01-10T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Duration (months) 5
Planned Dates: End Date 2018-04-12T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2017-11-12T00:00:00+00:00
Primary age group Young Adults (19 – 25)
Primary beneficiary Black, Asian and minority ethnic
Primary ethnicity Black and Black British
Primary issue Counselling/Advice/Mentoring
Recipient Org: Description NAOS (previously Engage Therapy) is an intercultural therapy centre with expertise in working with children and young people that have experienced significant trauma (physical, emotional and sexual abuse) and their families, carers and professionals that support them. Our Aims are: - To support the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children and young people, with specific support around those that have experienced significant trauma and are often perceived as hard to reach. - To support families, carers and professionals in their work with children and young people. - To provide innovate and alternative ways of working to support the hardest to reach. - To provide longer term therapy, based on an attachment and relational approach. - To recognise that we live and work in a diverse and multicultural society; our aim is to reflect that in our organisation and practice. Our work has enabled young people to overcome mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and suicidal tendencies. In turn, young people have benefited from healthier relationships, improved education, reduced crime and progression into employment. Our outstanding results have inspired schools and others to pay for our services to improve the way they work with people exhibiting challenging behaviours.
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