Here’s a list of the domestic abuse recovery and personal development programmes we offer. Please select the individual links for details of each specific programme.
Recovery programmes for adult survivors
Gateway is a therapeutic programme dealing with specifics around domestic abuse. It focuses on women’s own experiences and what they can do in the future.
Coffee & Chat
Taking place at the Lily Jones Support Centre every Thursday, Coffee & Chat is supportive and safe environment for survivors of domestic abuse to come together and take part in a wide range of therapeutic and recreational activities.
Well-Being is for all our My CWA clients who deserve a little 'me time' and pampering.
Recovery programmes for children and young people
Jigsaw is a recovery programme aimed at children who have lived in a situation of domestic abuse but who are now living in a safe environment (such as a refuge or new home with non-abusing parent).
Acorns and Changing Places
These therapeutic programmes offer children and young people alternatives to the violent behaviours they’ve witnessed at home.
Specifically aimed at children who demonstrate aggressive and controlling behaviours, these programmes aim to break the cycle of abuse by providing children and young people with tools to manage feelings and frustrations.
This programme is designed for young people (aged 12-21) who need help managing conflict in their relationship with their parents or other primary caregivers.
Behavioural change programmes for those who harm
Lifeline is a 32-week cognitive behavioural change (CBT) programme for men who harm.
This programme is for people who have displayed harmful behaviours within an intimate relationship and would like to make changes.
Please contact us for bookings and availability.