Helping male and female ex-offenders in Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Milton Keynes to secure employment, training, and education. New Leaf can refer interested clients to Aspire who have Employment & Development Workers in Oxford, High Wycombe and Milton Keynes

Connection Support

Connection Support cover housing support, homelessness, isolation, money management, mental health and drug and alcohol abuse. Fill out the relevant referral form (for the service users location) to access support.

Agnes Smith Advice Centre

The Agnes Smith Advice Centre provides free advice to people in Blackbird Leys. They provide advice on: money/debt, welfare benefits, housing issues and employment. How to get advice: - 5 first come first served drop-in sessions a week (first time users should access this support before pre-booked appointments). - 1 hour pre-booked appointments. - Fortnightly legal advice clinic with Bower & Bailey solicitors - Home visits (for those with mobility problems)


<p>Small grants from Oxford Povery Action Team. Application form is available on the website along with criteria. Forms must have the TVP bank address added so must be sent to the office before submission.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>


<p>Small grant from the Quakers to help overcome homlessness. More info on the website oxfap.webs.com To apply send an email with the details of what is required and why, Applications should be made to come into TVP and mentors should ensure that a copy is sent to the project to put onto file.</p>

Clothing Bank

New Leaf have a small stock of nearly new clothing, cleaned and wrapped, for any Mentee who needs them - male or female. Please contact Lesley Johnston for an up to date list of available items.