Advocacy and guidance

We’re affected in so many different ways when we have been in an abusive relationship. That is why VOICES provides individual recovery support tailored to your needs.

We can provide information & guidance to help you make choices and regain some control over your situation, and advocacy to help your voice be heard by other services.

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Advocacy and guidance

We’re affected in so many different ways when we have been in an abusive relationship. That is why VOICES provides individual recovery support tailored to your needs.

We can provide information & guidance to help you make choices and regain some control over your situation, and advocacy to help your voice be heard by other services.

Individual recovery support

What does it cover?

We offer emotional support and also help with more practical matters such as housing, education, debt, finance, benefits and legal issues. If we need additional expertise, or know another service that can help you, where possible we will collaborate with others or help you gain access to other help. Within VOICES’ own service, we have our own therapists, groups, a free legal clinic and individual 1-2-1 support. 

How do we work with you?

Our clients tell us that knowing what to expect and being provided with information and choice helps to build trust and feel safe. We’ll talk things through with you and help you get any information and help that’s needed (emotional or practical). We’ll support you in deciding what is the best way forward and who are the best people to help with this.   We’ll help get your voice heard and do our best to make sure you are listened to.  

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We can support you now

If you are ready to have a conversation with us, leave a safe number for us to call and a time that suits you either on our answer machine or via email.

No commitments, no record without your consent. Just a conversation.

01225 420249

info@voicescharity.org

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This service has saved my mental health and has provided a safe service whilst helping with coping mechanisms for the future.

- Lena

Latest news

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VOICES Spring break

Voices will be closed in the first week of the school holidays, from 11th – 17th April 2022. We will reopen on 18th April 2022 but there will be no groups running during the second week of the holidays.

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Family Justice report launched at the Old Bailey

A report on domestic abuse survivors’ experiences of family lawyers and the need for trauma expertise in the family justice system, produced by SafeLives and based on survivor consultation work by VOICES was launched at the Old Bailey on 30 March 2022.

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HRH the Duchess of Cornwall visits VOICES

HRH Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall visited VOICES as the Patron of St John’s Foundation in Bath on 8 February 2022, to meet our charity’s founders, staff and trustee team and discuss the value of long-term and recovery support with women we have worked with.