IF YOU ARE IN IMMINENT DANGER CALL 999
Just to let you know that you can now
Phone a member of our team between the hours of:-
9:30am and 6:30pm Monday to Friday
on 07464 702694 or 07399 959688.
Out of hours you should call:-
on 0808 200 0247
What to speak to someone without being judged?
Cotmandene Community Centre, in St Paul’s Cray, Orpington, is hosting a mental health well being day on
Tuesday 26th May 11am – 1pm
The HOPE team will be there offering free impartial support for women who are struggling with their current situation; women who need support with drug and alcohol abuse; child protection concerns and many other domestic violence and abuse issues
Now you can look at our page Come see us! for details of when and where you can come to a drop-in clinic and speak to a member of our team.
See you soon
All of us at HOPE would like to wish all you beautiful Mummy’s out there a very Happy Mothers Day! You all deserve the very best! Xx
If you need a chat you can now register with the site and post on the Forum.
We would like to thank NE Kent College for having us on the 6th March for International Women’s Day Cassie did a wonderful job speaking about our organisation and what we do. She has had fabulous feedback about it and we are now looking forward to going to other places to spread the word of our work.
If you are interested in HOPE coming to your school, college or organisation to do a talk please do not hesitate to use the contact us form and do not forget to give us your contact details.
Just an early reminder that AFC Allstars Community will be running an Easter holiday football course
Mon 30th March- Thursday 2nd April
Tuesday 7th April – Friday 10th April
The cost is £15 per day or £35 for the week. Siblings cost for the week is £60 instead of £70. Please get in contact with Wayne on 07507 630 154 for further information or to book your places. I hope all of you that want a place are able to.
Here is a link to the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/AFCAllstarscommunity?fref=ts
here is the link to the event itself https://www.facebook.com/events/341366482734542/
The HOPE Team
Our aim is to walk alongside women in their journey to freedom from domestic violence and abuse.
We make no judgment on background or circumstances.
We have close relations to women in the community, and unlike anybody else we bridge the gap between the women and the services available.
We can identify with their struggles.
We offer peer mentoring, advocacy and bespoke training.
We help women to feel safe, understood, supported every step of the way and ultimately empowered to continue their own personal journey.