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Spurgeons Phoenix CSE Project

The Phoenix Project provides a service to young people and their families who are at risk of or exposed to sexual exploitation.

One to one targeted support:

We provide weekly support for children and young people aged 8 to 17 years in East Birmingham (the whole of Birmingham for looked after children). Using a therapeutic approach each session will be tailored to meet the individual needs of the young person; in an environment where they feel safe.

Phoenix use a holistic approach to tackling CSE and therefore provide fortnightly support sessions for parents and carers over a 12 week period.

Awareness raising and workshops:

Phoenix provides awareness raising sessions for local community groups as well as workshops for organisations such as schools, police, children's services and youth services. We aim to raise awareness of and tackle CSE as a community, identifying warning sign in young people, identifying methods of perpetrators and ways to support and refer young people

Pathways Covered

Children and families


Spurgeons is one of the UK's leading children's charities, supporting children and their families for almost 150 years.

What we do


Children’s Centres are a key resource in local communities. We work with children and families in more than 50 centres across the UK, giving us the opportunity to work with children and families in their own communities.


When families experience difficulties, we know that help at an early stage can have a huge impact and intensive support can be vital in keeping families together. Our tailored programmes support families going through problems that life throws up.


Teenage parents can be great parents but often need some targeted help to develop their skills. We design, develop and deliver targeted programmes to support teenage parents to grow and find fulfilment in parenting while providing a loving, nurturing environment for their children.


Young carers are a remarkable group of young people who often cope with significant additional pressures. We have a strong track record of working with young carers and their families and are building on this year-on-year


We know that children with a parent in prison suffer with educational and behavioural issues more than any other young group. We now give child-centred support through visitor centres and targeted programmes to ensure trends are broken and children succeed.

Preventing abuse

We work with children and young people who have been, or are, at significant risk of being harmed or exploited.

How to access

BVSC 138 Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 6DR

0121 773 6144