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.
17 March 2014
A report by the Early Action Task Forced detailing how funding is split between late, acute provision and early, preventative action and how funders, commissioners and delivery staff can plot a shift towards Early Action
17 June 2013
A report detailing Early Action working to raise awareness of cancer in the community
A report detailing Early Action working to raise awareness of cancer in schools and colleges in Newham
17 July 2012
A report detailing Community Links’ Early Action Breast Cancer Awareness work in Plashet School
1 June 2012
Early Action working in the community to save lives
17 April 2012
The second report from the Early Action Task Force considering the big obstacles to the development of Early Action, as well as setting out recommendations
17 July 2011
The landmark first report of the Early Action Task Force setting out the case for Early Action in public services: Thriving lives. Costing less. Contributing more.
17 June 2011
This report describes the first year of activity of Community Links’ Breast Cancer Screening Uptake project, conducted between January 2010 and January 2011.
17 April 2011
Research report for Newham Health Improvement Partnership Programme
by Community Links
17 February 2011
A literature review of the role of effective relationships in public services