THE TIME 2… PROJECT
The Time 2..Project is a new project for York and North Yorkshire working with
young people aged 11-18 who are at medium to high risk of CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation).
The young people who access our service will be provided with a person centred approach to support and will work 1:1 with a specialist outreach worker on making empowered and personal choices.
Our aim is to inform, support and empower young people to make informed decisions and to reduce the risk of CSE.
We provide interventions based on topics that all young people who are vulnerable to CSE need a basic knowledge and understanding of.
We focus on:
• Reducing Risk
• Understanding Healthy Relationships
• Consent and Consensual Relationships
• Sexual Health and Contraception
• Grooming Stages and Models
• CEOP – Internet Safety and Awareness Raising
As well as working through an intervention plan which is tailored to each individual, we can work creatively with young people through arts, crafts and other activities in the local area.
CSE CHARITY WALK ‘WALK IT OR SUPPORT IT’ – SATURDAY 17 MARCH 2018
To promote and demonstrate the importance of CSE, Time 2… are planning a sponsored 20 mile walk in North Yorkshire. This challenge must be completed in under 10 hours and will be fully sup- ported by volunteers and SRMRT.
FINAL EVALUATION REPORT OF CSE HUB AND SPOKE PROGRAMME
Basis Yorkshire are pleased to share with you the Final Evaluation Report by the University of Bedforshire to which Basis Yorkshire’s Time 2 ..Project was proud to contribute – as one of 16 voluntary sector Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) services funded over a five year period by the CSE Funders Alliance (CSEFA).
Gemma Scire CEO of Basis Yorkshire : “Here at Basis Yorkshire, we are very proud to have been part of the Alexi Project and to be working with the University of Bedfordshire on this evaluation. Time 2…. ,funded for 3 years (2016 – 2019) by the CSE Funders Alliance, has allowed us at Basis to extend our provision for children and young people experiencing sexual exploitation, reaching even more young people with our offer of support across Yorkshire. Our approach to partnership as a well respected and credible 3rd sector partner has allowed us to work with partners to strengthen the response to CSE. Particular thanks to Dr Julie Harris and her team who spent time with us and our partners, allowing us to provide the information needed to review the project and all our contributions. And last, but certainly not least, acknowledgement for our fantastic team in York and North Yorkshire, Karen Chapman, Alison Longley, Rob Miller and Laura Green.”
Karen Chapman Project Coordinator of Time 2 “Time 2…’s participation in the Alexi Project has been developmental and insightful We welcome the research and final findings from the Alexi project and celebrate our inclusion.”
The Hub and Spoke funding programme was one element of the wider strategy, developed by CSEFA, designed to create a ‘step-change’ in how local areas respond to CSE. The Full Report as well as a Summary Report with key messages and resources developed can be found at the Alexi Project website. The Alexi website also have information on the full range of outputs including those related to work promoting meaningful participation of young people in their own care and service provision with the aim of further contributing to learning about effective CSE service provision.
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