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Make A Change

http://www.makeachange.uk.net/

The Make A Change project support anyone who’s worried about how they’re treating their loved ones, as well as the family, friends and professionals who want to help them change. It a free course of face-to-face sessions where you can talk about any difficulties that you’re having in your relationships with your partners and/or ex-partners. You can refer yourself, a relative, or someone you know.

You can make a change if you’re worried by how you’re treating a loved one.

By taking part in Make a Change, you’ll have a space to consider where your ideas about relationships come from, and start to think about difficulties within your current intimate relationships.

For most people, it’s the first time they’ve ever talked about relationship difficulties, so we know that it can be difficult to make that call.

For partners and ex-partners

If your partner or ex-partner is going on the Make a Change programme, our separate support service will get in touch to see how they can help you. Entirely free of charge, this service will give you the opportunity to:

  • Ask questions about the programme and your partner or ex-partner’s progress
  • Talk about your own experiences
  • Get advice and practical help

 You can access the service however you want – by phone or in person – and anything you talk about is completely confidential from your partner or ex-partner.

 

Support for professionals

Make A Change offer a range of different training packages for professionals, completely free of charge, to meet the needs of your role or organisation. The training gives you the tools to recognise domestic abuse, to respond effectively and safely, and to make referrals.

 

Friends and family

Family and friends are often the first to know that something isn’t right.

If you have concerns about how a loved one is treating their partner or ex-partner, get in touch to see how Make A Change can help.

 

Contact

Tel: 01522 246616

 Email: info@makeachangelincs.org.uk

 Visit www.makeachange.uk.net for more information