This project aims to ensure that the needs of children, young people and families who are vulnerable to poor outcomes are identified early and that those needs are met by agencies working together effectively and in ways that are shaped by the views and experiences of the children, young people and families themselves.
Fylde Coast Women’s Aid promotes and encourages survivors of domestic abuse to make their own choices about their future. We have a range of services and projects supporting women, children and young people, and now men, across Blackpool, Wyre and Fylde.
HARV have been providing services to vulnerable children and families since 1998. We are a learning organisation rooted in community development theory and practice; all the services we deliver are built around the diverse needs and issues of individuals, families and the communities in which we work.
We are a local registered charity working across Pendle and Rossendale on a number of projects which support people to build emotional resilience, improve their emotional health and wellbeing, make positive choices, and improve their education and employment chances and move on to live independent lives.
SafeNet has been keeping women and children safe from domestic abuse since the early 1970’s. Over the years we have extended our services to all survivors and developed specialist support for ethnic minority communities, children and young people, those with complex health needs, LGBT and make survivors.