Our specialist team offer support to children and young people at risk or already vulnerable to child sexual exploitation.
If you are a professional working with a child or young person who would benefit from additional support through our CSE mentoring programmes please get in touch.
If you are a parent or guardian who have concerns about your child or young person and not sure where to get help we can offer guidance, support or point you in the direction of other CSE support services. Please ask our team about your concerns.
CSE Training: We offer training to help you understand, spot the signs and know what to do when children are at risk or vulnerable to exploitation. Training is for professionals, community leaders, sports coaches, foster parents or anyone working with children and young people.
Please telephone / email in the first instant to enquire about safe referral method.
Please contact Jolie or Lauren t: 01904 652434
Jolie: t: 07739 752170 e: email@example.com
Lauren: t: 07525 234000 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
a: 4 The Enterprise Complex Walmgate York YO1 9TT
Or call your Local Councils Children Services if you have concerns about a child.
If a child is in immediate danger ring 999
Here are some comments from young adults we worked with between 2007 and 2014 when they were children.
“Thank you for changing my life x" Heidi 23
“I was a broken little girl, you completely changed my life and showed me I was capable of anything” Emma 22
“Stop sending sexual images of yourselves to each other, it is wrong, it is illegal and will haunt your future” Kieran 23 a boxer
“The Jack Raine Foundation was my safe place when I needed it” (Megan 18)
“The sexual exploitation of children and young people under 18 involves exploitative situations, context and relationships where young people (or a third person or persons) receive something (e.g. food, accommodation, drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, affection, gifts, money) as a result of performing, and / or others performing on them, sexual activities. Child sexual exploitation can occur through use of technology without the child’s immediate recognition, for example the persuasion to post sexual images on the internet / mobile phones with no immediate payment of gain. In all cases those exploiting the child / young person have power over them by virtue of their age, gender, intellect, physical strength and / or economic or other resources. Violence, coercion and intimidation are common, involvement in exploitative relationships being characterised in the main by the child or young person’s limited availability of choice resulting from their social / economic and / or emotional vulnerability.”
The National Working Group (NWG) for sexually exploited children and young people. 2008