Part of the Trussell Trust's UK-wide network of foodbanks, providing emergency food and support for local people in crisis in the Aylesbury area. The foodbank provides three day's emergency food and practical help to assist people cope in a crisis, as well as give advice and signpost to other services in the area to help people recover, rebuild their lives and break the cycle of poverty. New Leaf is an approved agency and hold vouchers for the foodbank that can be given to our clients in the Aylesbury area
Children & Families
Foodshare is a charity providing food and help for people in and around Maidenhead who can not afford to feed themselves properly.
<p>Working throughout High Wycombe and the surrounding areas, One Can Trust Foodbank provide food parcels to those deemed 'in crisis' by their partner organisations. Please contact a member of the Project team if you require a referral form on behalf of a mentee </p>
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.
local charity offering time-limited housing related support to help people within Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes to avoid homelessness and achieve independence.
Voluntary organisation set up to work with young people on the streets and now also working in primary and secondary schools.
Support and accommodation for women affected by domestic violence 9.30am-4.30pm
Witan Court, 317 Upper 4th Street Central Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes, MK9 1EH. Offer a safe venue for children to meet their parents or other family members, following separation. We work with all sorts of families including those involved in Court proceedings and can offer specialist Court Report if required. Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm (4pm Saturday). Fees apply, On request depending on service level required.
Drop in centre open Tuesday-Saturday 11-3pm. Advice and support to young people aged 13-25 about accommodation, training education and sexual health.
66 Queensway, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, MK2 2SA. This project is a joint initiative between Milton Keynes Council's Youth Service and Compass Club management committee. The centre is also being developed as a Connexions Secondary Access Point. The Cyber Centre offers a place for young people ages 13 to 19 years to 'hang out' with affordable access to the Internet as well as TV, video, DVD, music, computer games and more. In partnership with other professional agencies, the centre offers information and advice to young people aged 13 to 19 years on drugs, education, employment, further education, benefits, IT skills, health education, etc. Tuesday 5pm to 7pm Wednesday 5pm to 7pm (Youth Club) Thursday 4.30pm to 6pm (Football at Bletchley Leisure Centre) Meet at Unity at 4.30pm Cost £1 Thursday 2.30pm to 4pm Connexions Youth Centre times subject to change. Ring to check before coming.