Guiding Young People Away from Violence
Through Short-Term Work & Long-Term Relationships

The Violence Intervention Project

What we do

The Violence Intervention Project works with young people up to the age of 25 who have been, or are at risk of becoming, involved in violent behaviour.

Violence is one of the most urgent problems facing young people in today’s society.

Too many grow up in an environment where they are the victims, and perpetrators, of violent crime.

Through therapeutic outreach work and practical support, we enable people up to the age of 25 to break out of a vicious cycle of violence and crime.

Who We Are

At The Violence Intervention Project, a registered charity based in West London, we are working to tackle the root causes of violence.

Who We Help

We work with young people who have often experienced significant trauma, including:

  • Domestic Violence
  • Absent parents
  • Family members in prison
  • Emotional abuse or neglect

If you come from that background, without traditional emotional support systems, it can be all to easy to be tempted into damaging behaviour, including gang culture and violent crime.

The V.I.P. strives to develop meaningful and supportive relationships to support trust, balance and emotional well being.