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Child exploitation

Music To My Ears: Service leaflet

Close-up of microphone and earphones inside of sound studio working space for music recording.

Music To My Ears is a creative arts project that supports children and young people who are directly affected by child criminal exploitation (CCE).

We use music, photography, film making and other creative arts to engage young people, with the aim of developing positive and trusted relationships.

Young people will learn to build resilience, confidence, healthy relationships and make positive decisions with access to dedicated substance misuse support via Surrey Young People’s Substance Misuse Service.

What we offer

We work alongside partner agencies to develop individual care plans that focus on increasing life chances, re/engagement with education, training and employment, accessing healthcare providers and reducing the risk of child criminal exploitation. Young people will receive a dedicated worker to support them in working towards a happy, positive and safe future.

Please note the referral pathway is through Surrey Children’s Services Risk Management Meetings (RMMs) or direct from Surrey Police Child Exploitation and Missing Units.