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Support for all dealing with domestic abuse from Calderdale Staying Safe

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Calderdale Staying Safe is here for any individual aged 16+ who experience domestic or relationship abuse.

Our service is free and confidential, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, disability, religion or ethnic origin.

A diverse, experienced and skilled staff of female and male advisers is here to listen and where necessary, signpost you to the right organisations.

If English isn’t your first language, we may have advisers who can speak your language or access a team of interpreters.

You do not have to suffer in silence

The service is open to female and male victims as well as members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Men can call 01422 323339 to make an appointment with a male victim support worker and can arrange a suitable venue at that time.

We know that is can be difficult for male victims to ask for support  but please reach out if you need help.”

For more information or to make an appointment please call us.

Calls are answered between 9am & 5pm. There is a voicemail facility to leave a message at other times.

 

Free Drop In sessions for Women every Wednesday 10-12noon at the Women Centre

 

These drop-in sessions focus on:

  • Domestic abuse support
  • Safety advice
  • Link to legal advice

VENUE : WomenCentre 23 Silver Street, Halifax, HX1 1JN

Please note: WomenCentre is a female only space.

 

 

Calderdale Staying Safe, Women Making Changes and Calderdale Counselling Team

Telephone: 01422 323339 

New Year New Us – Healthy Minds Winter Taster Fayre – January 27th

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Healthy Minds Calderdale are excited to invite you in their open day, where they want to introduce you to all their amazing services!

Come chat with our volunteers and staff about what our NEW Warm Space Drop Ins, Volunteer-Led groups and Befriending Service can offer you or the people you work with.Enjoy some warming food and drink and take part in yoga, mindfulness, allotment and arts & crafts taster sessions.

You can also learn about our other fabulous projects, like:

  • Safespace – One-to-one support for anyone in distress (Ages 16+)
  • Link – Intensive support for people ‘stuck’ in a crisis loop
  • & Welfare Rights

Drop in anytime from 10am – 1pm on Friday, 27 January.

Yoga sessions will start at 10:30am and 11:30am; Welfare Rights service information talk at 12:30pm.

The event will be held at our main office: 1 King Street, Halifax, HX1 1SR

This is a unique opportunity for professionals to gain first-hand insight into our holistic mental health provision, services and activities so that you understand what patients and service users experience when referred to Healthy Minds. 

In particular, you can learn about:

  • Our new, volunteer-led Peer Support programme

  • Warm space drop-ins

  • Like Minds befriending service

  • Safespace – One-to-one support for anyone in distress (Ages 16+)

  • Link – Intensive support for people ‘stuck’ in a crisis loop

  • Welfare Rights
  • & more!

Police information Request for potential firearm discharge on New Year’s Eve

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A scene is currently in place in James Street, Elland in relation to a potential firearm discharge on New Year’s Eve.

On January 1, police received a report of a parked car having been damaged in James Street in a collision involving another vehicle which had left the scene at about 9.45pm on December 31.

Today, officers have received further information suggesting a potential firearm discharge had occurred during this incident.

A scene is currently in place to undergo specialist searches and forensic examination and enquiries into the incident are ongoing.

Anyone who witnessed any part of the incident or who has any information that could assist the investigation is asked to contact Calderdale District CID via 101 quoting log 304 of January 7 or online at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat

Support for Women dealing with domestic abuse from Calderdale Staying Safe

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Free Drop In sessions for Women every Wednesday 10-12noon at the Women Centre.

These drop-in sessions focus on:

  • Domestic abuse support
  • Safety advice
  • Link to legal advice

Download Here (PDF)

VENUE : WomenCentre 23 Silver Street, Halifax, HX1 1JN

Please note: WomenCentre is a female only space.

Men can call 01422 323339 to make an appointment with a male victim support worker and can arrange a suitable venue at that time.

For more information or to make an appointment please call us.

Calls are answered between 9am & 5pm. There is a voicemail facility to leave a message at other times

 

For anyone 16 and over, female or male who has experienced any form of Domestic Abuse, Calderdale Staying Safe can be of assistance.

Our service is free and confidential, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, disability, religion or ethnic origin.

A diverse, experienced and skilled staff of female and male advisers is here to listen and where necessary, signpost you to the right organisations.

If English isn’t your first language, we may have advisers who can speak your language or access a team of interpreters.

You do not have to suffer in silence

 

 

Calderdale Staying Safe, Women Making Changes and Calderdale Counselling Team

Telephone: 01422 323339 

Carers Rights Day Event November 25 with Making Space

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The event is taking place on Friday 25th November 10am-12.30pm at Brighouse Central Methodist Church. The event is a market place information and advice session and our theme is planning for the future.

We will have stalls from solicitors, funeral directors, home care providers, gateway to care and much more.

Carers can access both refreshments and a warm lunch on the day.

Carers do not need to book.

We would also welcome professionals to attend.

 

For more information please contact the Carers Wellbeing Service on 01422 363101

Advice Drop In Sessions for Women dealing with Domestic Abuse at the Women Centre

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Free Drop In sessions for Women every Wednesday 10-12noon at the Women Centre.

These drop-in sessions focus on:

  • Domestic abuse support
  • Safety advice
  • Link to legal advice

Download Here (PDF)

VENUE : WomenCentre 23 Silver Street, Halifax, HX1 1JN

Please note: WomenCentre is a female only space.

Men can call 01422 323339 to make an appointment with a male victim support worker and can arrange a suitable venue at that time.

For more information or to make an appointment please call us.

Calls are answered between 9am & 5pm. There is a voicemail facility to leave a message at other times

 

For anyone 16 and over, female or male who has experienced any form of Domestic Abuse, Calderdale Staying Safe can be of assistance.

Our service is free and confidential, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, disability, religion or ethnic origin.

A diverse, experienced and skilled staff of female and male advisers is here to listen and where necessary, signpost you to the right organisations.

If English isn’t your first language, we may have advisers who can speak your language or access a team of interpreters.

You do not have to suffer in silence

 

 

Calderdale Staying Safe, Women Making Changes and Calderdale Counselling Team

Telephone: 01422 323339 

The Space @ Field Lane Summer Fair September 3rd

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Get ready to celebrate all that is Summer with the Space @ Field Lane in their Summer Fair on
Saturday 3rd September from 12pm until 4pm !!!

 

Many family friendly activities, including Treasure Hunt, Face glitter paint, Magician, Penalty shootout, sponge throwing, food stalls including ice cream and BBQ, information stalls, tombola and so much more!

 

For information, contact

 


The Space @ Field Lane
e : mail@thespaceatfieldlane.org.uk
t : 01484 556924
fb : @thespacefieldlane

International Womens Day at Forest Cottage March 7th

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Join North Halifax Partnership this year for a women only event to celebrate International Womens’ Day on

Monday 7th March 2022, 10am – 2pm at Forest Cottage.

Click on image for PDF version of flyer
Click on image for PDF version of flyer

We shall be having a FREE full day of Fun packed activities including a market place with information on issues that might affect women,  Arts & Crafts, local Inspirational women speakers  and a fun packed boot camp plus muck more!

 Please book your Free Ticket through Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/269956425937).

We shall also be offering afternoon tea so please let us know of any dietary requirements when you book.

We look forward to celebrating International Women’s Day together!

For information, contact
Natalie Ratner: natalie.ratner@nhpltd.org.uk
Karen Scanlon: karen.scanlon@calderdale.gov.uk
Tel: 01422 252 209

Event Venue: Forest Cottage, Cousin Lane, Ovenden, HX2 8AD

International Womens Day at Forest Cottage March 7th

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Join North Halifax Partnership this year for a women only event to celebrate International Womens’ Day on

Monday 7th March 2022, 10am – 2pm at Forest Cottage.

Click on image for PDF version of flyer
Click on image for PDF version of flyer

We shall be having a FREE full day of Fun packed activities including a market place with information on issues that might affect women,  Arts & Crafts, local Inspirational women speakers  and a fun packed boot camp plus muck more!

 Please book your Free Ticket through Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/269956425937).

We shall also be offering afternoon tea so please let us know of any dietary requirements when you book.

We look forward to celebrating International Women’s Day together!

For information, contact
Natalie Ratner: natalie.ratner@nhpltd.org.uk
Karen Scanlon: karen.scanlon@calderdale.gov.uk
Tel: 01422 252 209

Event Venue: Forest Cottage, Cousin Lane, Ovenden, HX2 8AD

Calderdale Staying Safe Domestic Abuse Support is here for you

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If you are 16 or over, female or male and have experienced any form of Domestic Abuse, Calderdale Staying Safe can be of assistance.

Our service is free and confidential, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, disability, religion or ethnic origin.

A diverse, experienced and skilled staff of female and male advisers is here to listen and where necessary, signpost you to the right organisations.

If English isn’t your first language, we may have advisers who can speak your language or access a team of interpreters.

You do not have to suffer in silence

 

 

Calderdale Staying Safe, Women Making Changes and Calderdale Counselling Team

Telephone: 01422 323339