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Following the publication of the Lord Chief Justice Annual Report, the spotlight falls on his comments on the affordability of Justice - Justice delayed is Justice denied - but, with little or no access to funding to support vulnerable people, particularly in family law cases - it is Justice unavailable!
Splitz and its young people's team in TeenzTalk were delighted to welcome Angus Macpherson, Wiltshire Police and Crime Commissioner to our Trowbridge head office. Angus wanted to hear how the money he provided was helping to give a healthy 'start' to young people and their developing relationships.
Shocking injuries inflicted by a domestic violence thug on his ex-girlfriend pictured in an article in the Mirror newspaper
A heart cry from someone else at the sharp end of delivering support and care for vulnerable women - support staff at Splitz echo the comments and the problems spoken about in this article from the Guardian newspaper.
Source: Guardian 9 January 2016
Cllr. Mike Ryan, Newton Abbot’s mayor, learnt first hand about the support available locally for those experiencing domestic abuse on his recent visit to the open day at the Change Academy in Newton Abbot (9 December).
Splitz invites everyone 'Go Orange' on 25 November in a bid to 'Orange the World'. Celebrating the UN designated day for the 'Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls'.
“We all need to take responsibility to bring about change and keep our family, friends and communities safe from domestic abuse ~ to make domestic abuse part of our history and not our future”.
Published: 17 November 2015
Devon Domestic Abuse Services (DDASS), as part of the coordinated '16 Days of Action' campaign held 'Open Days' at specific locations in Devon. The pictures are from the Newton Abbot Open Day held on 9 December at the Change Academy. Pictured are Cllr Mike Ryan, Mayor of Newton Abbot, Jan Brand, Splitz Trustee as well as staff, and colleagues from partner agency 'Victim Care Unit'.
Making Changes is a workshop for women who have experienced domestic abuse in the past or who are currently in an abusive relationship. Whatever your situation, the 'Making Changes' group provides a safe opportunity for women to come to terms with and understand their own experiences*.
The Gloucestershire Domestic Abuse Support Service (GDASS) begin operating on 1 July 2012. This service is delivered by GreenSquare Group and Splitz Support Service and comprises an outreach service and IDVA service.
For more information visit the GDASS website.
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