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Organisation: Birmingham Freedom Project (Allens Croft Project)

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Birmingham Freedom Project (Allens Croft Project)

Support through the delivery of
Awareness & Empowerment Programmes
for women who have been affected by domestic abuse
Freedom Programme (11 sessions)
Recovery Toolkit Programme (12 sessions)
You & Me, Mum Programme (11 sessions)
Self referrals only

Pathways Covered

Domestic Abuse, Sexual Abuse and Sex Work


Support through the delivery of
Awareness & Empowerment Programmes
for women who have been affected by domestic abuse

What we do

All programmes are women only and are delivered by two female facilitators both of whom have many years experience in supporting women affected by domestic abuse

There is no charge

We understand how hard it can be to attend a programme for the first time which is why we arrange to meet you beforehand to explain the programmes, answer any questions you may have and discuss any safety issues and any further support needed.

Freedom Programme – 11 week programme open to women 16+ who want to learn more about the reality of domestic abuse in relationships. Each session explores the abusive tactics, controlling behaviours and belief systems of the dominator and the effects on women’s health and well-being.

AGENCIES PLEASE NOTE we deliver programmes to female survivors of domestic abuse
We do not undertake any work with perpetrators of domestic abuse.

You and Me, Mum – 10 week programme where you will have the opportunity to safely explore the impact domestic violence has had on you and your relationships with your children and explore key Protective Behaviour messages and strategies for keeping safe. The course focuses on self empowerment and mutual aid, recognising the central role of mothers in the protection and positive development of their children.
As the parent you are best placed to create the ultimate healing foundation for your children

Recovery Toolkit Programme – 12 week programme for those who are no longer at risk from the abuse, designed to assist you to build your confidence and self esteem and look at ways to develop positive lifestyle coping strategies.
It is unique in its approach using a combination of psycho-education, trauma focused cognitive behaviour therapy and person–centred therapeutic principles.
Recovery Toolkit carries an OCN Level 1 in Employability and Development Skills.

Please take a look around this site for more detailed information on each programme.

Programmes are delivered by two domestic violence workers who have been working at the project for 12 years and 9 years respectively.

How to access

tel 07866163103



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