Pathways Norwich

Jonna, our Women's Services Co-ordinator, is attending the Pathways Norwich launch event in the city centre today. Pathways is an innovative service to support rough sleepers and people with complex needs in Norwich, delivered from hubs around the city. This is a partnership project between St Martins, Shelter, Future Projects, YMCA Norfolk, The Salvation Army, The Feed and City Reach. These seven local organisations have joined together to form this collaborative project which uses the combined strength of its members to offer a pioneering model of specialist support. The Pathways principle is that there is ‘no wrong door’ for people to access support, meaning that the service a person receives is seamless and they can get the help they need at whatever point they make contact. Personalised support is focused around each individual, by qualified and experienced Pathways team members, to encourage a positive outcome for each person. #PathwaysNorwich

Raising another glass to the Rose Partnership!

Raising another glass to the Rose Partnership!

Raising a glass to the Rose Partnership

Raising a glass to the Rose Partnership

Norwich Pride

Norwich Pride

Look out for us at Norwich Pride on Saturday 28th July, 2018.

Rose Partnership launch day

The Magdalene Group & Barnardo's are excited to be working together on the CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation) & Missing Rose Partnership, with the overall joint aim of offering an outstanding service to those children & young people who are affected by, or at risk of, CSE and/or missing episodes. The Rose Partnership has been funded jointly by Barnardo's, The Magdalene Group, The Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Norfolk & Norfolk County Council. The official launch takes place today; we are hosting a drop-in at The Magdalene Group office at 61 King Street, with refreshments available; it would be great to meet you all & to introduce you to our new venture. We are looking forward to working with you all, in order to make positive changes to young people's lives in Norfolk. Your contacts are : Deb McCormick, 01603 610256, & Sylwia Sakowicz-Scott, 07834 171748,

Casual support worker : zero hours : required for evenings, weekends and sleep-in shifts.

Please visit our vacancies page for further details.

Jigsaw programme delivery

Bobbie and Becky, two of our Young People's Workers, attended the YMCA in Norwich yesterday to deliver a one-off session to young people who are training to be peer mentors. The session covered healthy and unhealthy relationships, grooming and consent.

Volunteering Opportunities

We are always looking for enthusiastic and reliable volunteers to join our team. In return for your support we provide our volunteers with a robust induction and ongoing training in all areas. All volunteers will require a Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS).

Vacancies for Support Workers

Please visit our vacancies page for further information regarding current Support Worker positions.

“Child Criminal Exploitation – What can we do?”

"We are attending and presenting at local conference 'Child Criminal Exploitation – What can we do?' hosted by Momentum, part of Voluntary Norfolk, & held at Hope Community Church. We will be speaking as local providers around best practice working with young people around child sexual exploitation and child criminal exploitation." Deb McCormick, Young People's Services Manager.