What Turn-Over can do for young people is now clear to many participants, parents and clients. Over 70% of our participants get a paid job, go (back) to school or take a course. Through the Turn-Over method, young people with a distance from the labor market and vulnerable young people are helped in their next step in life. Turn-Over works closely together with the municipalities, youth work, educational institutions and the probation service.
Founder Joeri Peperkamp about Turn-Over:
' Respect is one of the basic standards in rugby sport. A standard that we also emphasize in the Turn-Over programs. We work together with various (support) organizations and try to reach the best result for every young person. Our team consists of supervisors who, because of their experience in youth care, have the conviction that things can and must be done differently. We challenge our participants both physically and mentaly. We encourage them to take on normal day and night rhythms, we learn to eat healthy, we explain that applying for a job without a cap is more professional and we give them the physical challenge they need. This is to increase the individual responsibility and the capacity of participants to recover. '
The 3 phases of Turn-Over
Phase 1: work fit (3 months)
Phase 2: at work (3 months)
Phase 3: work / school (6 months)