Parenting is the single biggest factor affecting a child’s life. We work together to keep families together.

Services

Residential Assessment Centres

Supporting families to keep children safe, healthy and happy

Securing Change

Supporting parents in the community after a residential assessment

Outreach Young Parent Support

Supporting mothers and fathers in South London

Jigsaw Contact Centre

A child-friendly contact service

About Us

At St Michael’s Fellowship, we want children to have the best chance in life. We achieve this by working directly with parents so they can help their children grow up strong, confident and secure.

We work with parents with complex histories; our work helps families stay together and keeps children out of the overburdened care system.

When keeping families together isn’t possible, and children go into care, we continue working with parents.

These parents need help to rebuild their lives and find hope.

St Michael’s Fellowship is a local charity, but our work has national influence through our partnerships with universities and other charities.

Professionals

Professionals can refer parents into all our services.

Parents

Parents can sign-up themselves for our outreach young parents support or Caring Dads programmes.

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Service Manager

Service Manager

We are looking for a new Service Manager to join one of our family residential assessment centres.

Come & join our friendly team!

For more information download our recruitment pack.

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Tessa Baring’s Legacy

Tessa Baring’s Legacy

The life and legacy of Tessa Baring.It was in 1973 that Tessa Baring first joined St Michael’s Fellowship’s board of trustees, with her initial connection to the charity coming from her mother-in-law Lady Rose Baring, who had also served on our board. Tessa’s...

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