£38k grant to support Woodford Green charity helping young people dealing with parents' addiction

One North East London will put the money towards their North East Teens Project.

One North East London will put the money towards their North East Teens Project.

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A charity has been awarded £38,000 to support young people coping with their parents' addiction.

One North East London, based in Broadway, Woodford Green, was given the grant by City Bridge Trust.

The grant will be used for project management and counselling sessions.

Counsellor Jane Clack said: “We are delighted to receive this award which will enable us to continue and extend our specialist, tailored work with young people affected by parental addiction over the next three years.

"We will be able to help more young people, improving their mental health and breaking the cycle of addiction within families.”

 

 

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