CCP exists to transform the lives of children, young people, families and vulnerable adults by Preventing Homelessness, Strengthening Families and Promoting Independence. In the last 12 months…..
220 homeless young people were supported to achieve sustainable independent living
    770 juveniles and vulnerable adults with mental health problems and learning difficulties had their rights upheld when in police custody
800 food parcels were distributed to people living on the edge of poverty
1014 people received advice on debt, benefits, housing, welfare and financial inclusion
778 people were supported to access the correct advice
299 adults at risk of homelessness were supported to achieve independent living
850 adults had their voices heard and their rights upheld by advocates
150 high-risk young people not in education, employment or training were supported to live independently
38,160 hours were given by volunteers, worth £500k
£102,190 worth of gifts and food were donated during the 2015 Hamper Scamper campaign

To get help, call CCP on 01242 228 999

or visit Cheltenham 1st Stop, 301 High Street, Cheltenham, GL50 3HW

Cheltenham Advice & Inclusion Service

Visit Cheltenham 1st Stop, 301 High Street, Cheltenham. (Advice and Inclusion is a drop-in service only, Mon – Fri 9am to 5pm.)

Gloucestershire Advocacy Services

Phone 0800 644 6448

or visit the Advocacy Drop-In at Cheltenham 1st Stop

Worcestershire Homelessness Service

Phone 0300 365 0366

or visit the drop-in at 10 Pierpoint Street, Worcester, WR1 1TA

Wilts Children’s Advocacy Service

Phone 0300 3658 300

For Press Enquiries

Phone 01242 228999 Ext 104

Click here to email

The Social Prescribing team go the extra mile again....Elaine, Casey and Amy (our new social work students) met a lady who is already supporting 3 children and her father. In addition, she has now taken on the custody and full time care of her 4 year old niece. The 4 year old child has no toys and virtually only the summer clothes she was wearing at the time of the first meeting with the Social Prescribing team. We are please to report that they have managed to come up with a few toys, reassessed her benefits and gave her vouchers to buy new clothes and shoes for her niece - all within 24 hours! ... See MoreSee Less

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