Covid Update

Friday 25th September 2020

Covid Update

COVID-19 update  

 

The Women’s Centre Cornwall is still here for you….

 

We would like to assure you that we are doing everything we can to continue to support women and girls during these unprecedented and unpredictable times. We know that things can feel very uncertain at the moment and that plans are changing on a daily basis. This can be very unsettling, but we want you to know that we are still here for you.

 

Providing support to survivors of abuse continues to be our main priority. We are offering support over the phone, via secure email and via on confidential, on-line counselling rooms.

 

We will of course be continually following advice and guidelines and will seek to resume safe face to face contact as soon as possible.

 

An overview of how you can access support;

Support Services – Rape & Sexual Violence & Domestic Abuse:

We offer a combined helpline (Rape & Sexual Violence and Domestic Abuse) and have extended our hours from Monday 28th September 2020.

 

Monday - Friday 10am - 1pm

Monday evenings 6 - 9pm

Thursday evenings 6 - 9pm

Saturday mornings 10am -1pm

 

Contact the Helpline on: 01208 77099

 

To access support

📞 please refer through the Helpline telephone number anytime by leaving a message

📧 emailing support1@womenscentrecornwall.org.uk

💻 through our contact form on the website https://www.womenscentrecornwall.org.uk/contact/

 


Open Project

 

Open Community Justice Work 

Open CJW is delivered by The Women's Centre Cornwall across Dorset, Devon & Cornwall. The service recognises the role of trauma in offending behaviour and provides one-to-one, responsive support to women who have been convicted of an offence. We offer a safe and confidential space for women to explore any issues she feels are necessary in her journey towards a life free from offending. 

 

Open Partner Link Work 

Open PLW is delivered by The Women's Centre Cornwall across Dorset, Devon & Cornwall. The service offers emotional and practical support to women whose male partners or ex-partners are participating in the Building Better Relationships programme following domestic abuse. 

Both sides of the Open Service are currently offering phone support only with face to face sessions where needed. 

 

For more information on the Open Service contact beth.williams@womenscentrecornwall.org.uk (Please note this is not a secure email) or beth.williams@womenscentrcornwall.cjsm.net (Secure email for professionals).  

 

Rough Sleeper Navigator Service

In partnership with Cornwall Housing, we have two specialist women’s navigators seconded to the Rough Sleeper Navigation Team to offer flexible, intensive support to women in Cornwall who have been rough sleeping or sofa surfing. They are offering face-to-face and phone support to all women.

To access this service, contact Navigatorsupport@cornwallhousing.org.uk

 

Open Mentoring Project:

Open Mentoring is a programme which offers support to women who have offended or are at risk of offending. The aim of this programme is to empower women to reduce offending or reoffending risk and rebuild their lives.

 

Please access more information on our Mentoring Project by clicking on this link:

https://www.womenscentrecornwall.org.uk/our-services/open-criminal-justice-services/open-mentoring-/

 

Our mentoring service is still operating and is offering support to women over the phone, via email,

text & FaceTime. We are still accepting new referrals during this time and will offer support online, via the telephone and face to face where suitable

 

New referrals can be made by emailing: kerry.whincup@womenscentrecornwall.cjsm.net

(for professional referrals) or self-referrals by phoning / texting Kerry on 07442 499 431

 

Please keep following us on Facebook Instagram or Twitter to keep an eye on any developments.

 

In the meantime... you are not alone; we will continue listening, supporting and empowering you.

 

#ForWomenByWomen

 

COVID UPDATE.pdf

A big thank you to our main funders

National Lottery Lloyds Children in Need Fundraising regulator European Social Fund Rape Crisis England & Wales Service Standards Seetec, Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company Comic Relief Garfield Weston Foundation Charles Hayward Foundation