Anti-Social Behaviour Week – 19th – 25th July 2021

Anti-social behaviour week, an opportunity to help raise awareness about what to do if you experience or notice anti-social in the community of Surrey. Anti-social behaviours are actions that harm or lack consideration for the well-being of others and can reallt affect individuals and communities.

There is support available in Surrey, including some of the outreach projects that Catalyst deliver. Our outreach services work with individuals to reduce harm to themselves and their communities. We provide:

Alpha – a social enterprise part of Catalyst. Alpha provides skilled assertive outreach workers who can engage clients where other services cannot. As a primary service or complementing a wider package. Alpha specialise in extreme cleans, they work with hoarders and hard to engage individuals.

Tel: 01276 66138

CHI (Catalyst High Impact)experts at working with high risk, treatment resistant drinkers across Surrey. CHI help support individuals to connect with other services, help reduce harm and manage the risk individuals pose to themselves and others.

Tel: 01483 590150

Cuckoo Project provide support for vulnerable adults affected by cuckooing. Cuckooing is a form of crime in which drug dealers take over the home of a vulnerable person in order to use it as a base for drug dealing and illegal activities. They can use violence and drugs to control and intimidate people. Our team provides early intervention, helps builds resilience and works hard to increase community safety.

Tel: 01483 590150

More information: to find out how to report anti-social beahviour in your community and who best to report to , please visit the Surrey Police website.