See Hear Act

Women’s Aid’s strategy for children and young people in Northern Ireland over the next decade seeks to support, protect and nurture children affected by domestic violence and abuse. We know often the biggest victims of domestic abuse are the smallest. Read here: See Hear Act: A Strategy for children and young people      …

Voices Groups

Voices Groups work with young people aged 12-18 to raise awareness about domestic abuse, provide support and give young people affected by domestic abuse a safe place to have their voices heard. Meet new people, have fun and take part in activities, group work and social outings Learn about healthy & unhealthy relationships and other…

Family First

Family First provides an early intervention approach to addressing the devastating impact of domestic abuse for women and children. Funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, the project works in partnership with the Northern Health and Social Care Trust Family Intervention teams across Antrim, Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Larne and Newtownabbey. From the outset the project established an innovative, proactive partnership…

Make It Better

Children and young people are often referred to as the hidden victims of domestic abuse.  We know often the biggest victims of domestic abuse are the smallest. Over 30% of domestic abuse starts during pregnancy. In 90% of incidents children are in same or adjacent room when violence happens. We understand the impact domestic abuse…