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Glow holds event to officially launch Recovery Hub for survivors of domestic abuse
At Glow, we’re here to help everyone change their story and rewrite their future, free from abuse.
We provide support in lots of different ways, from education and prevention sessions in schools, to emergency safe accommodation within our three Staffordshire refuges.
We’re also here to break the cycle of abuse. Our specialist teams are working hard and doing everything they can to prevent and eradicate abuse in relationships for good.
One of the ways we do this is through our work with survivors. Earlier this year, thanks to funding from the National Lottery, we launched our brand-new Recovery Hub for survivors of domestic abuse.
The Recovery Hub is a safe space for survivors to rebuild their lives following an abusive relationship. Tailored support is delivered through group programmes, wellbeing activities and volunteer opportunities.
Last week we held an event to officially launch our Recovery Hub with partners from across Staffordshire. Staff and volunteers used the event as an opportunity to share their lived experience and highlight just how important recovery work is for survivors of domestic abuse.
Domestic Abuse Outreach Service Team Leader Becky Fedoroff oversees the Recovery Hub.
Becky said: “Our mission at Glow is to address, overcome and end domestic abuse. To do this we have to break the cycle. That’s why we work with survivors to help them recognise the signs of abuse so they can confidently head towards their
next chapter and live a life free from abuse.
“It was amazing to share the Recovery Hub with partners from across Staffordshire. We’re passionate about delivering specialist recovery services for survivors of domestic abuse, so it’s really important that our partners know what we can offer to their customers and how to refer into us.
“The event was a huge success and we heard some powerful stories from our staff and volunteers. Lived experience is a huge part of our work at Glow and we feel really privileged to have so much of that across the Recovery Hub.
“I’d also like to say a big thank you to the National Lottery and the National Lottery Community Fund for coming along to the event and hearing more about our work. Our Recovery Hub wouldn’t be possible without their funding, so a huge thank you.”
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