History

Founded in 2014 by a group of women who had experienced Domestic Abuse.

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History

Founded in 2014 by a group of women who had experienced Domestic Abuse.

VOICES was founded in 2014 by a group of women who had experienced Domestic Abuse. They wanted to improve services and help others to recover and thrive.

Since then, VOICES has developed a growing range of connected services and support whilst remaining true to our founding principles and values. Maintaining a Safe Space for survivors has always been a priority for VOICES, and in 2021, the charity’s vision of a Safe Space Centre where survivors of domestic and sexual abuse can receive specialist, multi-faceted support became a reality. 

VOICES staff, volunteers and lived experience consultants have received awards and accolades over the years. This recognition has allowed the organisation to provide a valuable feedback loop, impacting policy and processes with a focus on making a positive change for those accessing our services.

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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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Christmas and New Year contacts

VOICES will be closed for some days over Christmas and New Year. We wish all our wonderful clients, partners and supporters a peaceful and healthy holiday. Please find the details of our opening hours and contact information during the period here. Contact details for other specialist services are available on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/voicescharity

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Survivor-led organisations deserve safe spaces

VOICES is calling for whole community support to ensure organisations created by and for survivors of domestic abuse can flourish in safety.

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A German school’s initiative for safety in public spaces

A vocational school in Hennef, Germany marked the 40th anniversary of the 16 Days of Activism with an unusual and inspiring initiative. The institution is one among a national network of “Courage Schools”, and their campaign showed that combatting violence against women and girls is everybody’s business.