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11b Broomfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1SY
Entrance behind Empire Salon.
Please note that Sat Navs do not always pick up our postcode accurately.

Parking:

Opposite the Main Office (Short Stay)

Call us on:

01245 258 680  •  0845 372 7701

Text us on:

07841 999 342

The Change Project
The Change Project21 hours ago
Walk to School Week, taking place each May, is a country-wide celebration of #walking. Each year Living Streets puts together a fun themed challenge to take on while walking to and from school. In 2017 400,000 children and their families joined the challenge and got a taste of the many benefits the simple act of walking can bring.
The Change Project
The Change Project4 days ago
The Change Project’s #Family Support Service is designed to work alongside our community family #counselling services. Family Support Workers offer practical support to families struggling to deal with the every day issues in life such as budgeting, parent/child routines for bed and school time, and cooking for the family.

Practitioners work with parents to identify the boundaries of acceptable and unacceptable behaviour and to reflect and acknowledge positive aspects of their child’s behaviour.

https://www.thechange-project.org/supporting-parents/
The Change Project
The Change Project6 days ago
Step up: The focus of this programme is to address the issues of adolescents who initiate violence toward family members, and to address the needs of parents or family members who have been the targets of the violence.
Treating adolescent violence in the family is both intervention and prevention. When families adopt a respectful family model and the adolescent realises the benefits of it, they learn lifelong lessons about relationships. These values carry forward into their future #relationships with intimate partners and their own families. #domesticViolence
https://www.thechange-project.org/supporting-parents/#STEPUP
The Change Project
The Change Project1 week ago
Resolve: Our #Community #Conflict #Resolution Programme works with clients identified as the predominant cause of conflict within a localised community area. For example, Housing providers may identify a family who are consistently breaching tenancy agreements due to arguments in the family. Through our 5 session programme we aim to provide those involve with the skills to jointly search for fair solutions that balance everyone's needs.
https://www.thechange-project.org/community-conflict/
21 hours ago
As part of our #family #counselling services, our Family Support Service offers practical support to families struggling to deal with the every day issues in life such as budgeting, parent/child routines for bed and school time, and cooking for the family.
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5 days ago
Step up: The focus of this programme is to address the issues of adolescents who initiate violence toward family members, and to address the needs of parents or family members who have been the targets of the violence. #domesticViolence #relationships
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6 days ago
https://t.co/9dS63fE0KE #Millennials – those aged between 18 and 38 – felt more under pressure at work than their baby boomer colleagues with more than a quarter (28 per cent) stating that working through #stress was expected in their job #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
7 days ago
Resolve: Our #Community #Conflict #Resolution Programme works with clients identified as the predominant cause of conflict, e.g. Housing providers may identify a family who are consistently breaching tenancy agreements due to arguments in the family.
https://t.co/vTuVKoA27S https://t.co/P6Mj6sknQt
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1 week ago
Research on the impact of #criminal records acquired in #childhood and early #adulthood shows that hundreds of thousands of people are being affected every year, often decades later, because of mistakes they made when they were children or young adults.
https://t.co/iiswvT5jXW
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