What we do

St Michael’s Fellowship secures the best possible future for children by working directly with parenets. Parenting is the biggest single factor affecting children’s well-being and development. We work with parents with difficult histories such as neglect, domestic violence, mental illness and substance use to break cycles of abuse. 

 The services and programmes we provide are at the heart of St Michael’s Fellowship. We work with parents so that children can be happy, healthy and confident.



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

How we work

We work holistically, offering parents practical, therapeutic and emotional support tailored to their individual needs, taking account of their changing circumstances. There is no ‘one size fits all’. Our support can be straightforward such as helping a young mother update her CV; or it may be much more complex for young parents with issues reaching back into their own childhood.

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Professionals can refer parents into all our services.


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

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Winter Wishes – Campaign

Winter Wishes – Campaign

All too often young parents' voices are not heard - this Christmas we're here to make sure they are.This Winter we are centring the voices of the young parents we work with. Your donation will help us continue to support children and their parents over this Christmas...

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