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London Child House

Project start date: November 2018

The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime And NHS England (London Region) were awarded up to £554,500 to contribute to our London Child House pilot. This will improve support for children and young people who have been sexually abused or exploited by bringing services together under one roof; a “child house”.

Project Summary

 

MOPAC and NHS England (London Region) are leading the development of a pilot ‘Child House’ in London. The service will provide support to children and young people who have been a victim of child sexual abuse and child sexual exploitation as well their non-offending families and carers. The Child House will be based on a model of international best practice, bringing together medical, investigative and therapeutic services ‘under one roof’, alongside support for child victims to progress more rapidly through the criminal justice and court process.

The pilot seeks the following outcomes:

This service will be the first of its kind in the UK and will be based in Camden, supporting children and young people across the North Central sector of London. It is expected that the Child House will support approximately 700 children and young people in North Central London per year.

Funding from the Department for Education Social Care Innovation Fund is specifically being used to:

Project contact details

Gareth Linington

Gareth.Linington@mopac.london.gov.uk

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Project partners

Metropolitan Police Service, Crown Prosecution Service, HM Courts and Tribunals Service, NHS providers, local authorities and third sector organisations.

 

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