Helping Raise Awareness On Topics That Are Often Not Talked About
Working in the private, voluntary and community sectors we have been able to support many men and their families who are subject to Child Protection Plans, Children in need, Supervision and Court orders
We have worked with
The Freedom Programme
The Freedom Programme is a domestic violence perpetrator programme to help raise awareness on a man’s beliefs and where they come from?
Looking into Power & Control and how this affects relationships.
The Nuturing Programme
The focus is on the emotional health of the parents and baby, and the relationships between them
Focusing on the fathers role and how he also has an impact on family life
Family Links Talking Teens
The programme consists of four sessions, developed with Dr John Coleman, to increase parents’ understanding of teenagers’ feelings and behaviour, and deliver key strategies for maintaining and improving relationships.
Understanding Mental Health
Looking into how looking after your mental health can help you to feel good. How it can stop some mental health problems from developing, controling the effects they have, and stopping them from getting worse
Our Mentors help with choices like nutrition, exercise, social activities, and beyond. They help our youth think through problems they may have at home or school.
We also have Mentors to support adults offering guidance and support in areas in need
For young adults we explore what it means to be a man, how does society impact our beliefs ? where do our beliefs come from ?
We explore how our thoughts and beliefs are impacted growing up in a world where women are objectified and ask ourselves are there gender roles?
Service Users Training
We run the Freedom Programme for Social workers, solicitors, teachers and the probation, to better understand behaviours that are associated with abuse.
This is to ensure the awareness on the subject matter is widespread allowing services to better respond to individuals in their time of need
Providing educational programmes for Men, Young Men and children
Improvemen specialise in working with men from the BAME community, we often work closely with the Local authority offering support to men who have supervision or court orders or are subject to child protection plans
We aim to remove all barriers for men who wish to attend our programmes, we implement as much of their own cultural and religious beliefs into our programmes allowing the individual a better learning outcome
Its great to see a service that are able to cooperate cultural and religious beliefs into their programmes
What Some of The Men Say
JK - 28 Years old
BT - 45 Years Old
NA - 45 Years Old
ME - 23 Years Old