ABOUT

SMCCT TRUST MEMBERS

MARJORIE BROWN, Chair

ROGER CARTER, Secretary

BARRY GREENGRASS, Trustee 
 

YOUTHWORK TEAM

STAFF

YOUTHWORK COMMITTEE

The Charity's objectives are : (a) to advance the education and welfare of the inhabitants in particular of those who are at risk of social exclusion; (b) to relieve the effects of poverty, in particular among young people and children; (c) to provide some relief for the needs of the elderly;· (d) to provide or assist in the provision of recreational activities, in particular for those who have need by reason of their youth, age, infirmity or disablement, mental health, poverty or social exclusion, in the interests of strengthening community and increasing social trust;in particular, though not exclusively, the borough of Camden.


St Mary’s Centre is the base from which all youthwork operates. There are two main programmes of work – the Eirini project and the Social Inclusion Project. These involve work with young people aged 0 – 25 through outdoor outreach and centre based programmes. The Eirini project works with the most deprived and at risk young people who face life threatening problems with gangs in the area where they live and may be at risk of mental health instabilities, neglect, abuse or the youth justice system.. The Social Exclusion project works with disaffected young people who need help to become included members of society. Positive outcomes are achieved by providing multiple activities including after school clubs, detached youth work, 1-2-1 mentoring, multi-media projects, music projects, conflict resolution, employment & training advice, helping young people back into education, multi sports, health & fitness, residential visits and much more which make a real difference to the lives of young people in an inner city area like Camden. In addition the senior Youth-worker carries out visits to young offender institutions or prison, and the role of being the “appropriate adult” at police stations. The overall aim of St Mary’s youth centre is to create a better understanding between different groups of young people by promoting cultural diversity, community cohesion, tolerance and harmony, thereby trying to break down barriers and encourage youth groups to work together to achieve common values and beliefs and become valued members of society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIMON JAMES, Chairman

MARK STURDY, Secretary

STEVE REYNOLDS

BARRY GREENGRASS 

JOAN MANN

MADELEINE DU VIVIER

RUPERT LOUGEE

SUE BREEN

 


 

Jason Allen, Youth Team Manager

Emile Libock, Youth Support Worker

Kafel Brown, Session Lead

Camilla Ferdinand, Young Womens

Worker

 


 

SAFEGUARDING

Denise Reeves - Children's Champion

Sue Breen - Child Protection Advocate

OPENING HOURS

We are a 24 / 7 service, if support is needed please contact any time

ADDRESS

St Mary's Centre

Elsworthy Road

London, NW3 3DJ

 

 

DROP US A LINE:​​

Jason Allen

Jason.allen@smvph.org.uk

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St Mary's Office

Tel: 0207 722 3238

Email: jason.allen@smvph.org.uk

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