Supporting children and young people in making positive choices
A RESPECT Young Persons Programme providing intensive, one-to-one support to children and young people in Derbyshire who are at risk of harming intimate partners, family members or their peers.
To address and reduce abusive tendencies at the earliest possible stage.
To help children and young people to make positive life choices.
To prevent them from becoming adult perpetrators of Domestic Abuse.
Making Positive Choices
Making Positive Choices is managed and delivered by a consortium of three organisations, who deliver intervention, guidance and support to those individuals referred to the project.
The consortium is made up of three specialist domestic abuse support providers: The Elm Foundation, Crossroads Derbyshire and Derbyshire WISH Domestic Abuse Services. These organisations work throughout Derbyshire, each one covering a specific geographic area. The project is being delivered in key locations in Derbyshire including: Chesterfield, Staveley, Hope, Buxton, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Langley Mill, Ilkeston and Long Eaton.