About Brighter Futures:
Brighter Futures is a charity that supports parents, carers, children and young people in Jersey. We provide a number of free programmes and services to help support the parents and carers we meet. Parents and carers come to us for a variety of reasons and from across the social system. All have different backgrounds, experiences, family and financial situations and many suffer from poverty, isolation, physical illness and low self-esteem.
We work alongside the main carer to support child development, parent/carer-child relationships and family health and wellbeing to improve family and home environments and increase life chances and opportunities.
We offer a range of personal development, educational and second chance learning programmes, group sessions, one-to-one emotional support, information, advice and practical help in order to help parents and carers with self-esteem, confidence and communication skills.
Brighter Futures is based at The Bridge – a multi-service provision for families and young people. Clients are referred to us from various sources including schools, GPs, health visitors, social workers and CAMHS or people can self-refer. We work with other agencies and in partnership with Parenting Support Services to encourage people to make a difference to their future through the choices they make for themselves and their families
We support approximately 150 families at any one time and on average it costs approximately £4,000 for us to work with a whole family as opposed to the £80,000 it is estimated to cost the States of Jersey to look after one child within the island’s care system.
Vision, mission and values:
Why get involved? Every single penny will help to create brighter futures for families and young people in Jersey.
Brighter Futures The Bridge Le Geyt Road St Saviour Jersey JE2 7NT Tel: 01534 449152 Fax: 01534 449155 Email: email@example.com Please note; Any compliments or complaints should be directed to the Manager of Brighter Futures in the first instance. A copy of our Complaints Policy and Procedure is available on request.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01534 449 152 Find out more >