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  • Young Person's Group Worker

    We are now recruiting for a Young Person’s Group Worker to deliver a new project in Safe AS within Cardiff Women’s Aid; The S.O.D.A club, which stands for “Survivors of Domestic Abuse”. The role includes helping to design, create and facilitate a group for teenagers who have experienced domestic abuse and who are suffering with suicidal thoughts and/or self-harm. The full job description and person specification is attached.

    Experience working with vulnerable teenagers in a group setting is essential.

    £20,500 per annum, 35 hrs per week.

    Contact Steph Healey manager@safeascwa.org.uk for an application form or to discuss the post on 02920 460566. Closing date Monday 24th November at 5pm.

    Under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1, this is a woman only post.
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  • 16 Days of Action, 16 Stories of Hope and Survival

    Welsh Women’s Aid are looking for 16 women who have experience of domestic abuse or violence against women to contribute to an eBook for the 16 Days of Action to End Violence against Women.

     

  • Press Release

    Click here to read Welsh Women's Aid's latest statement on Ched Evans.

  • New Vacancies at Carmarthen DAS

    There are two new exciting vacancies at Carmarthen Domestic Abuse Service.

    Click here to read more about the vacancy for Finance & Admin Support Worker

    or

    Click here to read more about the vacancy for Refuge Assistant.

    For more information or for an application pack, please contact Ruth on ruthgraham@carmdas.org

  • Press Releases

    Click here to read Welsh Women's Aid's press release on the reinstatement of Ched Evans -  Welsh Women’s Aid Ched Evans Reinstatement PR

    Click here to read Welsh Women's Aid's press release on the Home Office domestic abuse consultation -  Welsh Women’s Aid DA Offence Consultation PR

    Click here to read our press release on Welsh Women's Aid's evidence on the Gender-based Violence, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (Wales) Bill - WWA Press Release on Evidence

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Children and Young People

 

Action for Children

Bursting The Bubble - Information and Support for children and young people experiencing domestic abuse

CAFCASS Cymru - CAFCASS looks after the interests of children involved in family proceedings

Child Bereavement Trust

Childhood Bereavement Network - This is a national, multi professional federation of organisations and individuals working with bereaved Children and Young People.

Childline - Support for children and young people, 0800 11 11

Children & Young People's Partnership for Health 

Children First - Supports parents and children on Child Abuse, deals with Domestic Violence and Child Sexual Assault Issues, provides support through recovery of absue.

Children in Need 

Children's Commissioner for Wales - Providing useful information, a discussion forum, advice & support to Children & Young People in Wales

Children's Legal Centre - Law and policy affecting children and young people

CLIC Sargent 

CRUSE Beareavement Care 

Every Child Matters - Government run website giving information on News, Events, Publications for people dealing with children in a number of different settings.

Eye to Eye Youth Counselling Service - Offers face to face counselling for young people 11-25 on any issue, including for those suffering any form of abuse. Call 01443 204 551 (Mon-Thurs 9am-3.30pm, Fri 9am-2pm)

Great Ormond Street Hospital

Home Start - Helping families with young children

Kidscape - Preventing bullying and child abuse

Make A Wish Foundation 

Marie Curie Cancer Care - Children & Young People's Support Service - Marie Curie Cancer Care offers information and support to families experiencing illness or loss. Child Bereavement Care is provided through 10 hospices in the UK, where they have Children and Young People's Counsellors to work with families who have children.

Monmouthshire Youth Services - Offers 1-to-1 support and group activities for Children & Young People (11-25).

National Childrens Bureau 

NCH - National Children's Home

NSPCC - National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children aims to prevent all forms of child abuse. Offers free 24 hour Child Protection Helpline, advice, information and counselling. A bilingual Welsh helpline and an Asian helpline in 5 Asian languages is available (020 7825 27852)

Children In Wales - Umbrella organisation for children's groups in Wales

Refuge - Refuge's network of safe houses provides emergency accommodation for women when they are most in need.

Road For You - This is a website designed for young people by young people. It aims to let young people find their own road to deal with their loss.

The Hideout - National website for children and young people to inform about domestic violence, and help them identify whether it is happening in their home. Also provides indirect and informal support to children and young people living with domestic violence or to those who may want to help a friend, and to signpost additional help and direct support..

The Sand Rose Project - This project provides one or two week breaks, as well as shorter breaks, for bereaved families. It doesnt offer therapy or counselling programmes but breaks are offered free of charge to families experiencing loss, with a particular emphasis on young families.

The Site - Provides factsheets and articles on all the key issues facing young people including: sex and relationships; drinking and drugs; work and study; housing, legal and finances; and health and wellbeing.

Tros Gynnal - Tros Gynnal was set up to continue the children's rights work of The Children's Society when it withdrew from Wales in July 2002.

UNICEF - The United Nations Children's Fund

Winston's Wish - Winston's Wish has a helpline offering suppport, information and guidance to all those caring for Children and Young People who have been bereaved. the website offers up to date information, resources and advice and also has a facility to send questions via email.

Young Minds - A national charity committed to improving the mental health of all children and young people.

Self Harm

Youth Advocacy Service - Information, advice, advocacy and legal representation to children and young people