Domestic Abuse Workshop – 14th March 2017

28th February 2017

A workshop for practitioners working with people affected by Domestic Abuse in Norwich.

SafeLives will be working with local organisations in Norwich to pilot five innovative holistic interventions tailored to the varying needs of domestic abuse victims and their children as part of a new coordinated approach to enable men, women and children in Norfolk to be safer, known as the Beacon Project.

The first of these interventions is aimed at people at medium risk of harm and is being developed by Expert Partner, Oasis Domestic Abuse Service. Deborah Cartwright, the CEO at Oasis, and Rachel Ozanne, SafeLives Practice Advisor will explain the rationale behind the new intervention and the current testing of the model. As part of the development it is important to collect feedback from survivors and people who work with domestic abuse in Norwich to build into the model.

The workshop aims to provide detailed information on the proposed intervention, collect local feedback and identify organisations that may be interested becoming delivery partners.

Date: Tuesday 14th March 2017

Venue: Blackfriars Hall, St Andrew’s Plain, Norwich, NR3 1AU

Time: 12.30- 14.00
(Members of the DASVB Victims Sub-Group – please note that this sub-group meeting will now take place at Blackfriars Hall immediately following the workshop.)

Please follow this link to book a place.

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