Annual Stakeholder Event for The YP Project

On the 27th November, Freeva hosted our annual stakeholder event for The YP Project in Leicester to raise awareness of the project, thank and gain feedback from our stakeholders, and to promote a multi-agency collaboration across the county to further improve our service offering for young people. In attendance were Leicestershire Police, The Police Commissioner, Leicestershire Council and Leicester City Football Club.

The Freeva and Jenkins Centre team presented the YP Project to the attendees, outlining its impact on the community and sharing real recordings of service testimonials from those who have personally benefited from the project. A client also attended the event and bravely spoke about her experience working with The YP Project and how it has changed her life. The response to the event was overwhelmingly positive and we’re pleased to have received a wealth of helpful feedback from stakeholders.

Freeva would like to thank all those who attended and whose continued support enables us to offer, and continually improve, our vital services to those who need it most.

The YP Project provides specialised support to young people aged 10-18 years who use abusive behaviours towards their parents, carers or other family members, as well as supporting the individuals experiencing the abuse. The aim of the project is to help young people break out of abusive cycles and equip them with the tools to form and restore healthy, respectful relationships with their family members.

 You can find out more about The YP Project here.