Womens’ Aid run a Freedom programme every week and this training event on Tuesday 4th April is a chance for agencies and those interested to find out more and to participate in some of the programme so that they are better equipped to make referrals. Read on for information, the flyer and how to book.
Realise your potential with YMCA Humber’s training courses designed for people aged 19 + and who suffer from low-level mental health issues such as anxiety or stress. Read on for more information and to access the online referral form.
Date for your diary! Charitie Robinson’s ‘Battle of the Bands’ event will take place on Friday 31st March 2017 at Moon on the Water. So far we have eight acts participating in the fundraising event and talent competition. Tickets on sale now from Voluntary Action North East Lincolnshire.
16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence is aimed at businesses that lack an infrastructure to deal with the large-scale problem that is domestic violence. As it stands, companies can do more to aid their employees who endure domestic violence, train those who witness it, and to protect staff as a whole, with the goal of securing safety and mitigating financial loss. Whilst 16 Days of Action may now be coming to a close, it is important that message of the campaign continues to be at the forefront of employers and businesses minds.
Book your place on a free 6 week Domestic Abuse Awareness training course delivered by Women’s Aid. The course starts on Wednesday 11th January 2017 from 1pm until 3pm and is available to anyone who lives in North East Lincolnshire. For more information and to book your place, please contact Rachel on (01472) 324 902.
North East Lincolnshire Women’s Aid is a registered charity providing help and advice to survivors and victims of domestic abuse.
Please find attached the referral process for the programme called Helping Hands. If you would like more information about the programme, read on or please email firstname.lastname@example.org
North East Lincolnshire Women’s Aid will have been supporting victims/survivors of domestic abuse in Grimsby for 40 years next year and the Women’s Refuge continues to serve hundreds of women and children with vital support in time of critical need. They are always fundraising so read on for more information about them and what they are trying to do.