[StreetDoctors is] the only outside teaching programme we use. Staff have been impressed with the ability to engage with and encourage participation from some often problematic and difficult young people. The content is excellent, up to date, extremely relevant.Colin Parr, Nottingham Youth Offending Team leader
Our Reducing Violence Programme prices are below. For StepWise prices please contact our Youth Engagement Manager Joanna Vidal at email@example.com.
|Type of organisation||Estimated annual income||Cost per session (for all delivery types)*|
|Central public sector and commercial businesses e.g. Home Office / Police Forces / VRUs / FIFA||Over £1 million||£375|
|Local public sector and statutory youth services e.g. Local Authorities / Borough Councils / YOTs / PRUs / Schools / Early Help / Professional Football Clubs||£250,000 to £1 million||£200|
(With £175 subsidised by StreetDoctors)
|Charities and independent youth services e.g. CICs / grassroots sports and youth clubs||£50,000 to £250,000||£100|
(With £275 subsidised by StreetDoctors)
* We will always consider requests from grassroots organisations that are struggling financially. For fully subsidised sessions delivered at zero cost – please ask the team when you get in touch to discuss your needs.
The cost includes:
One award-winning training session – from our Reducing Violence programme delivered by healthcare volunteers digitally, remotely or socially distanced face-to-face.
Partner Toolkit – Every partner receives free resources to support staff and young people before, during and after our training sessions. Created by a trauma specialist, the toolkit is full of practical advice, lesson plans and guidance on supporting young people in person and online.
If you have any queries about session costs, or would like to book a training session, please contact Meghan Wimlett at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are based in London, or Sarah Bloxham at email@example.com if you are based anywhere else in the UK.
StreetDoctors volunteers are doing a great job in relation to raising awareness and educating young people across Manchester about the dangers of knife crime, but just as importantly they are empowering and equipping young people with the skills and knowledge to potentially save a life.
Natasha Walsh, Manchester City Council