External Referrals

 Guardian Project for support with FGM cases
 The Guardian Project can offer the following services to safeguarding professionals and girls/young women;
  • Support with FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) cases, including attending safeguarding strategy meetings and joint family visits.
  • Risk and needs assessments on FGM including meeting with girls and young women to discuss support. 
  • Providing advice and guidance for professionals who have concerns about a girl or young woman. 
  • Coordinating care and support services for girls and young women affected by or at risk of FGM; including linking them in with culturally and age appropriate counselling and emotional support services. 
  • Supporting girls and young women to understand FGM and the support services available to them; including accessing physical examinations.
To refer to the project please email guardian.project@outlook.com or call on 07449 651 677.

Vicar's Relief Fund

Who can apply?

We only accept applications from paid frontline workers providing support to people who are experiencing homelessness or vulnerable housing.

A frontline worker includes staff working in the Voluntary, Statutory and Public Sectors undertaking diverse roles including Resettlement or Outreach Workers, Supported Housing Officers, Mental Health Teams, Drug and Alcohol Support, GP’s, Probation, Social Workers, Prison In-Reach Workers, Police, Nurses, other Health professionals.

What do we fund?

The Vicar's Relief Fund (VRF) provides small crisis grants of up to £350 to support people who are at risk of, or currently experiencing homelessness or vulnerable housing, to establish and maintain their tenancies. Types of applications include funding to secure accommodation and to clear rent arrears following an eviction notice