Reaching young people and vulnerable adults through support, mentoring, education, skills and employment.
Enabling and empowering the community.
Network Nightstop Birmingham
Providing emergency accommodation to young people that changes lives.
Network Nightstop Trailor
My name is Aimee and I can honestly say I am glad that God didn’t take me up on my prayers not to wake up in times of my depression and loneliness.
My story hasn’t finished yet, but I wanted at this time say a deep thank you to Gary at Networkfour as without them. I definitely wouldn’t be where I am today.
My life was crap and took a bad way at the age of 13 years old, when I was subjected to years of abuse by a friend.
‘Race and the criminal justice system’ reports statistical information on the representation of black and minority ethnic groups as suspects, offenders and victims within the criminal justice system and on employees within criminal justice agencies. The data presented in the report suggests that there have been some developments since the 2007/08 publication of these statistics for example, in clear-up rates of racially or religiously aggravated offences. However, some substantial differences continue to exist in the experiences of people from BME groups compared with people from a White background.
Network Nightstop Birmingham is an initiative in partnership with Depaul UK to prevent youth homelessness. The project enables young people (16- 25 years old) to have access to safe and secure accommodation appropriate to their needs. Accommodations are offered by volunteers from among the community.Read more
Networkfour change is a project actively engaging the hard to reach individuals and offering a chance for change. We hope to positively reach prolific young offenders and vulnerable adults. We work to replace the message that they hold of society having little or nothing to offer them other than a life of poverty benefits or crime, for a one with hope for a better future.Read more