Our measure of success and our promise to you.
Provide trustworthy information on youth violence for parents and carers, involving them in the process. We aim to be the foremost authority in understanding and combating youth violence in London.
Campaign and provide for teachers and other frontline professionals to be appropriately trained so that they are effective in recognising and responding to signs of at-risk children and youth violence in a culturally appropriate way.
Signpost at-risk youth away from harm’s way. We support parents and carers, but we also ensure at-risk youth are directed to our partner organisations for more tailored support.
Explore Our Online Resources
Self-help guides, videos, and links to tackle youth violence. As your first point of contact, these resources help you identify whether your child might be at-risk, provide early intervention plans, and direct you to more personalised support within our partner organisations.
Child Bereavement UK
Child Bereavement UK helps children, parents and families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. They support children and young people up to the age of 25 who are facing bereavement, and anyone affected by the death of a child of any age.
Active Listening: a Guide by JAGS Connect
JAGS Connect has put together a short guide on active listening, which can promote communication and understanding. We discuss some techniques you can use in a healthy conversation that encourages your child to talk more.
Advice for Parents and Carers About Serious Youth Violence, Knife Crime, and Gangs
This toolkit for parents and carers is designed to help provide a glossary of facts, practical advice to look for signs of their child’s involvement in violence, knife crime or gangs, as well as tips on how to speak to their child and how they can seek further help or support.
Join our forum where parents can connect 24/7 to chat, share, and learn together.
Find a community of like-minded parents, carers, and family members who understand what you’re going through and can share their experiences.
Book a Face 2 Face Consultation
Family consultations and counseling for at-risk youth. Whether your concern is mental health, safety, or another issue, we provide individualised support through our trained JAGS counsellors and our partner organisations.Get in Touch
Join our Community Workshops
We run regular workshops for parents and carers of at-risk youth so that you can understand the immediate issues that are impacting our children and what support is available to them.News/Events
Stand with us and help build a safer world.
You can choose to make a one-off or monthly donation to fund our vital work combating youth violence. Your donations fund our online resources pages, our family forum, our face-to-face consultations, and our community workshops.