We are providing early intervention and support to mental health issues to ethnic minorities disproportionately affected. We are currently helping people significantly impacted by the pandemic.
Hate crime and violence are on the rise against ethnic minorities. We using diversity, integration and education to raise awareness to address these issues. We are working with law enforcement agencies to tackle these issues.
There is surge and an increase in domestic abuse incidents. This abuse affect victims mentally, emotionally and financially. Victims need help in the strictest confidentiality and trust to feel safe to talk about these issues because most often the perpetrators are friends,family and acquaintance.
The increasing rate of gang and knife crime has torn families and communities apart. The grieve, the pain and loss can be very unbearable. Our early intervention approach is engaging young people educating them on the dangers of been lured in a gang lifestyle and providing them with career counselling and engaging them in sporting activities and musical concerts.
More and more people are facing and are going to face loneliness and social isolation as more strict social distancing and socialisation rules are enforced in communities.