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Shine – A relationship based and personalised support offer

Summary: As it says on the tin, Shine is an incredible initiative designed for young people in supporting them into creating a brighter future for themselves.

Further Details:

Shine is an initiative of Sir Josiah Mason Trust.

Creating brighter futures for young people.

Shine is a relationship based and personalised support offer for young care leavers, care experienced young people and young people NEET and at risk of homelessness aged 16-25 across Birmingham and Solihull.

Young people: What can you expect from Shine?

  • One to one support for as long as you need it around your priorities.
  • Lots of different opportunities for right now as well as for the future.
  • Peer support and group work around what matters to you.
  • Mentoring around the plans you have for your future.

Flyer: SJMT – Shine Initiative

Shine is a free service. You can find out more on our website under the Young Peoples Tab Shine Referrals & Contacts | sjmtlivesite

Next Steps

Interested? Get in touch:

Professionals and young people can get in touch now by contacting:

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If you have further questions or would like any more information, you can contact the Care Leaver Covenant at any time.

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