An innovative coming together of public agencies is getting results for survivors of domestic abuse. Liz Close of Doncaster Children’s Services Trust talked to two women who are living proof of the benefits.
A historic debating chamber has become a place for building confidence among some of society’s most vulnerable people. Aisling Cowell explains all about a special project called Second Chance.
Debates about sex workers often fail to feature the voices of the women involved. Laura Seebohm, director of Women’s Services at Changing Lives, explores and explains some of the charity’s insightful research.
A theatre company whose work aims to be an instrument of positive change in women’s lives, and a charity which exists to get the same results, are charting a synergistic course.
Using alcohol to counter the horror her life had become, Jill desperately needed help to survive, hold onto her family and start looking forward. She found that support in Changing Lives and wanted to share her story.
As we prepare to kick off a series of profiles on women who have found the support they need from the charity Changing Lives, its director of Women’s Services Laura Seebohm offers an overview of what they do.