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Our Resources

See below for a list of resources provided by our partners

Family Hubs VCFS Implementation Toolkit
Family Hubs VCFS Implementation Toolkit
Family Hubs
Vulnerable Children and Families

Kintsugi Hope

Kintsugi Hope is a UK charity striving to make a difference to people's wellbeing.  Kintsugi Hope run Wellbeing Groups which are safe and supportive places  for people who feel or have felt overwhelmed, providing tools for self-management in a facilitated peer mentoring style setting. To find out more about running or attending a group, click below.


KICK are a Christian not-for-profit with a vision to see a generation of young people given a hope for the future and a joy in the present. They go into schools and deliver PE National Curriculum, Transformational Street Dance, Solutions-Focused Mentoring and Schools based Chaplaincy. Then they train up local churches to run additional sports ministry at the weekend called KICK Academies.

KICK provide resources, project management and training for churches to run KICK Academies to coach children and young people in either multi-sport, football, running or street dance, and empowering them with a gospel thought for the day. KICK Academies are a great resource for churches to transform young people's lives, with God’s love, through sport and support. For more information please see and we can set up a scoping meeting by emailing

Growing Hope

Growing Hope provides free therapy for children with additional needs, in partnership with local churches.

If you're interested in joining or facilitating a support group for parents of children with additional needs, or for siblings of children with additional needs, you can find out more on the website:

The Guild of Health

The Guild of Health and St Raphael is an ecumenical, Christian charity with over 100 years experience in holistic health and healing. They exist to enable churches and individual Christians to be a healing presence in the world – for the benefit of all.

1. Everyday Healing course

The Everyday Healing course is a four session, online, expert led course exploring the ways that a church community can be a place of healing for the whole community.

2. GoHealth Community

The GoHealth Community is an online community resourcing Christian’s to seek health and healing, and empowering people to be a healing presence in the world.

3. Training and Courses

Three online self led courses available. Topics include trauma, mission and healing. These courses are £15 each, or free for GoHealth Community members.

4. Podcast

GoHealth's podcast is free and has some excellent episodes on pain, racial injustice, genetics and psychotherapy.

5. Coaching

GoHealth CEO, The Revd. Dr. Gillian Straine, has some availability for clergy and Christian leaders who are seeking coaching.