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Today we have the following Refuge vacancies:

 

Children are almost always aware when there is domestic abuse in their home, and it can seriously affect their well being and development.

YoungGirlYour WMWA Support Worker will help you to assess the level of risk that your children are under and assist you to protect them and make them safer.

We can offer you parenting programmes and other tools to deal with the effects of domestic abuse on your children and build their resilience, so that they can enjoy their lives and achieve well in school.

In some cases, the level of risk will be so high that other agencies need to be involved, and the Safeguarding Co-ordinator will talk you through what needs to happen and help you to take full advantage of the support available, so that your children can be safe and happy.

Click to access Parenting & Domestic Abuse Leaflets