The Adhar mental health charity is running the first culturally sensitive Adult Domestic Abuse Recovery Toolkit 12 week Programme in Leicester for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women, every Tuesday from 4th August 2020 from 11am-12pm online.
The Programme aims to help participants understand the impact of having experienced domestic abuse, helping them understand how to move forward.
The programme is 1 hour per week online with the condition that you are no longer in a relationship with the abusive partner
Programme participants are given practical strategies to help them thrive in their daily live by developing resilience, increaing hope and enabling recovery.
About the Adhar Mental Health Charity,
Since 1989, the Adhar project provide community support services to people from the BAME community experiencing mental health difficulties. Their services focuses on delivering early intervention and prevention work with individuals primarily from BAME communities but not exclusively. For more information visit their website www.adharproject.org
For enquiries about the programme, email: admin.box (@) adharproject.org or call 0116 220 0070
To share news about community effort to support women’s wellbeing in Leicester, please
- visit Quetzal Voices , our community newsletter
- send an article of information to media (at) quetzal.org.uk.
We ask that written articles are up to 800 words long and while we may edit stories, it will always be with your consent and final approval. If you wish to remain anonymous, we will change your name accordingly.
Looking forward to reading you soon 😉