Music to My Ears
Music to My Ears is a creative arts project that supports children and young people who are directly affected by CCE.
11-18 years old | Surrey
What we do
We use music, photography, film making, and other creative arts as a credible engagement tool allowing young people to express themselves in a non-traditional way to build trusted relationships with their dedicated case worker.
One of our experienced practitioners will work one-to-one with children and young people referred to our service to:
- support and enable them to develop their resilience and confidence,
- promote healthy relationships
- encourage them to make positive choices
- find solutions and
- build awareness around issues related to CCE, gangs and County Lines.
We are an outreach service allowing us to work in diverse settings that are comfortable for young people.
Music to My Ears has been good for my future. I learnt how to produce music and created a CV. I built my skills up through this project, which has prepared me for working life. It’s helped to clear my mind by letting me focus on music in a safe space.
– Service user
Music to My Ears has been running since 2016 and has supported over 600 young people since its formation.
With an 88% positive outcome and 98% appropriate onward referrals, Music to My Ears has proven its unique approach to working with young people is a winning formula.
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Referral options for this service
You can't refer yourself
You can't refer family or a friend
You can refer a client
Young people who are open to Surrey Risk Management Meetings and rated as at ‘significant risk of’ or ‘experiencing’ CCE are eligible for referral.
The referral link is available via RMM meetings.
Volunteer and placement opportunities
You can't volunteer for this service
You can't get a placement at this service