NVCFR supports women and children who are survivors of domestic abuse to find recovery and freedom
To support women and children escaping domestic violence providing; safe refuge accommodation for 13 families,group work,children's services, a holistic programme of activities that aim to support women and children in refuge and in the community to seek change, move on to freedom from abuse and find restoration for their lives. We also offer information, training and support for professionals, providers of services that support victims of domestic abuse,community groups and local businesses.Why the community needs us
Victims of domestic abuse require a lifeline, safe accommodation, a listening ear, to be able to plan for a safe future and support to achieve it. Support to develop understanding, skills and practical help to move on, a safe place to meet, advice. Support to grow independence, make changes, gain confidence and meet others. Therapeutic intervention for themselves and their children to deal with trauma and learn to stay safe. An holistic approach to every person. THIS IS WHAT WE OFFER!Our impact on the community
Freedom from fear and abuse, hope for the future,a life with opportunities and expectations Survivors of domestic abuse are on a journey of healing; NVCFR provides support on that journey. Children learn to laugh, to have fun and to be children again. Women learn to value themselves, to know they can move on from abuse. They say: 'I found I could change my thinking, that the abuse was not my fault''Thank God for the refuge,or I would be dead' 'There was nowhere to escape to. Now I am FREE!
Volunteers considered for child care support, skill sharing, fundraising, administration, IT skills