“Worldwide, men who were exposed to domestic violence as children are three to four times more likely to perpetrate intimate partner violence as adults than men who did not experience domestic abuse as“children
Our latest programme, is the Walk In Centre which is accessible to children and their parents, teenagers, young adults, male or female victims who have been victims or have been affected by domestic abuse. Families or individuals can gain access to our programmes and services including individual or group counselling and support group sessions. In addition, the TAYA (Teens and Young Adults) Lounge is open to youth to provide a safe and supportive environment where they can interact and make social and emotional connections with their peers.
Our walk-in hours are currently by appointment only. Please contact Carol-Anne Fordyce, CICC Co-ordinator to schedule an appointment – firstname.lastname@example.org, (345) 623-4825
To continue to support these programs we need the funds.