Community Links provides a comprehensive, wraparound service delivering debt, welfare, housing and legal advice thanks to a team of in-house and front-line advisors and volunteers.
Our Youth and Employment services enable people to realise their potential by removing barriers to success, building confidence and improving life skills.
Community Links delivers projects promoting early diagnoses of cancer by increasing the uptake of the NHS Cancer screening programmes and raising awareness
The Early Action Task Force was established in 2011 as a group of leaders from across sectors committed to building a society that prevents problems from occurring rather than one that struggles with the consequences.
From our base in east London, we apply the learning from our local work to influence and achieve positive national change.
The latest news and blogs from Community Links
26 July 2018
The new Health & Social Secretary Matt Hancock tweeted this month that prevention would be one of his top priorities in his new role.
29 June 2018
On 19 June, the Early Action Task Force hosted a seminar at the Big Lottery Fund to discuss the Task Force’s new report on Valuing Social Infrastructure.
27 May 2018
The Welsh Well-being of Future Generations Act came into force two years ago with support from the Early Action Task Force. It aimed to improve long-term living standards in Wales by putting in place seven well-being goals.
6 May 2018
We are pleased to be in touch with a return of our quarterly e-news.
Thank you for helping make Community Links’ 40 year journey happen.
23 April 2018
Proceeds from VIP Meet and Greet tickets for The Rolling Stones upcoming No Filter tour go to Community Links.
17 April 2018
Here is this month’s round up of Early Action updates. We’re always looking for examples of good practice, so if you’re involved in an Early Action project that you’d like us to look at, and potentially include in future bulletins, please let us know by email!
13 April 2018
Community Links has been featured in the Huffington Post this week, following on from its work advising the Home Office around serious youth violence.
12 April 2018
The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, visited Community Links to discuss the Serious Violence Strategy
9 April 2018
Arvinda Gohil, our Chief Executive, attended a roundtable with the Home Secretary, where the government launched its new Serious Youth Violence strategy.
30 March 2018
Here is this month’s round up of Early Action news. We’re always on the lookout for examples of good practice, so if you’re involved in an Early Action project that you’d like us to look at, and potentially include in future bulletins, please let us know!