StreetDoctors is a youth social action movement. Our network of young healthcare volunteers teach lifesaving skills to 11-25 year olds at risk of youth violence across the UK. Our work empowers young people to keep themselves and others safe.

Thank you @macukcharity for pulling together our joint response to this Government prevention consultation. Brillia… https://t.co/dkXLm8Xlnr
RT @macukcharity: We joined forces with @KhulisaUK @StreetDoctors @Redthreadyouth to develop our response to @DHSCgovuk consultation on pre…
RT @SWPCardiff: #Cardiff @StreetDoctors are back but tonight in #Ely Over 15 young people taught: 📞🚑 ✅ The recovery position ✅ Chest comp…
RT @TheBarlowRC: We have been extremely fortunate to have Street Doctors attending school, to deliver a workshop to some of Year 8 and 10 s…
RT @SWPCardiff: Tonight’s #StreetSafe session seen #Cardiff @StreetDoctors visit #Splott This session of the project delivers life saving…
Beyond the physical effects of knife crime- the pain and suffering caused by youth violence. A very sad testimony o… https://t.co/UvDMgeP8vN
Thank you so much for doing this, proud to have joining us. https://t.co/Y42quNkNBv
RT @TenderUK: Huge thanks to Roma and James (and Donald!) from @StreetDoctors for a brilliant CPR and first aid training for our Youth Boar…
Important research showing youth violence touches town and cities across the UK and that these places struggle to… https://t.co/SwQJHeVvlO
Big respect to all our friends who are part of the movement to prevent and reduce youth violence. Well done… https://t.co/WMROyaCRmz

Blog

September 9, 2019

Addressing youth violence is not a one size fits all

Youth violence is frequently treated as a question. The answer given is, unfortunately, often highly simplified and comes in the form of headline-friendly policies.

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July 31, 2019

Cycling to save young lives

285 men, women, and children were killed as a result of knife-related...

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February 23, 2019

Why support StreetDoctors? Hear from our volunteers

#HighFiveToSaveALife is our national campaign in response to the prevalence of knife...

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Supporters and Funders

Local team supporters

The Rowlands Trust, The Keith and Joan Mindelsohn Charitable Trust, The Lillie C Johnson Charitable Trust,  Mills & Reeve Charitable Trust  and the Blakemore Foundation in Birmingham; The James Sim Trust in Glasgow; The Robert Gavron Charitable Trust, The Josephs Family Trust, The Catherine Cookson Charitable Trust, The Barbour Foundation and Christopher Rowbotham Charitable Trust in Newcastle; Greenwood Christian Trust, The Nottingham General Dispensary and Mary Potter Convent Hospital Trust in Nottingham; The Maud Elkington Charitable Trust and Cotton Trust in Leicester; The Nathaniel Reyner Trust Fund and The Charles, Edna Broadhurst Charitable Trust, The General Charity Fund and Sydney Littler Charitable Trust in Liverpool; The Macfarlane Walker Trust in South London; The Alchemy Foundation, The Roger Raymond Charitable Trust, The A G Manly Charitable Trust, Coward Endowment, The Family Rich Charities Trust and The Bay Tree Charity Trust in South West London; the Sir John Osborn Charitable Trust and The Cutlers Company Charitable Trust in Sheffield; Queen Mary University of London in East London; The J P Jacobs Charitable Trust and The Belvedere in North London; The Oakdale Trust, The Hoover Foundation and Nolan Charity Fund in Cardiff; Gledswood Charitable Trust and Barlett Foundation in Leeds; James Wise Charitable Trust, The Grant Foundation, Douglas Heath Eves Charitable Trust, Misses Barrie Charitable Trust, Charterhouse Charitable Trust, John and Susan Bowers Fund, St Jude’s Trust, Henhurst Charitable Trust, Deakin Charitable Trust, John Coates Charitable Trust, William and Mabel Morris Charitable Trust, The Fitton Trust, J R Asprey Family Charitable Foundation, The Forte Charitable Trust, The Sir James Roll Charitable Trust and The Tory Family Foundation across the UK. 

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