Support in the Community
We provide one to one support and group work for women in the community
Community based staff work with women affected by domestic abuse to provide information, one to one support, practical help and group work.
Domestic Abuse Specialists work with women to identify their individual needs and develop a support plan including:
We provide information and offer one to one support enabling women to explore options and make informed choices.
We provide practical support to help women access services including housing, benefits, social services, healthcare and education, financial services, police and legal support.
In the Community
Community based staff provide ongoing support to women and help to address the impact of domestic abuse on their lives by providing:
Emotional support on an individual basis or in a group setting
Personal development, self-esteem and confidence building
Facilitated courses, training and education opportunities
We create a safe and supported environment for women to discuss issues and learn through shared experiences.
We deliver group work and course for women experiencing domestic abuse, including Journey to Freedom, My Life My Choices and You and Me Mum.
We offer accredited Open College Network (OCN) courses including:
Living and Surviving Domestic Abuse,
Me, Myself and I
Steps to De-Stress
Read here Community Leaflet
If you are affected by domestic abuse YOU CAN call Women’s Aid ABCLN on 028 25 632136.