Posts Tagged ‘young people’

Halloween Party!

Insight Platform hosted a spooky Halloween party with families from across Haringey. The afternoon included; fancy dress, refreshments and games for families that are affected by drug or alcohol use. Children enjoyed decorating their own scary cupcakes and doing lots fun and creative activities together. Sandra Duhaney, Service Manager, said: “Everyone had a great time […]

What is Hidden Harm?

This Sunday, 15th May, is National Children’s Day, which promotes the rights and freedoms of children in order to ensure that they can grow into happy, healthy adults. This year, National Children’s Day aims to raise awareness of how vital the wellbeing of adults is in supporting the wellbeing of children.  To celebrate National Children’s Day, […]

Inside our youth service at Insight Southwark

Insight Southwark is a support service for young people in the London Borough of Southwark. We cater for young people from the age of 11 to 24, and provide support for families, too. We also cater to professionals in the borough by delivering a monthly training programme. Recently, we have changed our location and as […]

Thinking about having ‘that’ chat?: talking to your children about drugs

The Angelus Foundation writes a guest blog for Blenheim, offering guidance to parents who want to talk to their children about club drugs and legal highs.     Parents want to keep their children safe. That is simply one of the strongest instincts – our first job. So understanding the scale of the risk at […]