Online chat closing

We will be closing our website chat service at the end of this week. The last day will be Friday 12th June 2020 Our helpline is open weekdays 8am – 6pm 01268 729707 or you can call the COMPASS 24 hour helpline 0330 333 7 444 National Women’s Aid has a chat service, their hours
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National Stalking Awareness Week 2020 Podcasts

April 20th to 25th is National Stalking Awareness Week 2020 (#NSAW2020): See Stalking Clearly. As part of our Pathways to Safety work we have created 5 podcasts highlighting the multi-faceted elements of the crime of #stalking. The topics covered in the podcasts are: Workplace, Cyberstalking, The Victim’s Perspective, The Civil & Family Courts and lastly Multi-Agency
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COVID-19 Update

In these unprecedented and challenging times, Changing Pathways has been working hard to ensure continuity of our essential services for victims of domestic abuse in South and South West. We continue to provide outreach support through phone and video chat We continue to accept new referrals for outreach support for those living in the community
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Online chat

Our case workers will be available for an online chat this Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd April 2020 from 10am-12pm and 3pm-4pm. Click the ‘Let’s Talk’ link on our website in the bottom right hand corner.

16 Days of Activism – Day Ten

Shining a light on services Stalking Changing Pathways is fortunate to have four trained anti-stalking case workers. Two of whom are accredited ISACs (Independent Stalking Advocacy Caseworkers) and have completed specialist training on stalking and best practice for stalking cases. Across the South and South West of Essex Changing Pathways can support stalking victims; those
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16 Days of Activism – Day Nine

Shining a light on services Getting ready for Christmas It’s December 2019 and Christmas plans are getting in full swing. Unfortunately, for the survivors that we work with it can be a time of great sadness. As we run refuges and move-on accommodation we have many women and children who have left/fled their homes and
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16 Days of Activism – Day Eight

Shining a light on services  South Essex Domestic Abuse Hub and Refuge  The South Essex Domestic Abuse Hub (SEDAH) is a really busy place. This partnership project between Basildon, Brentwood, Castle Point, Rochford and Thurrock Councils alongside voluntary sector partners, Changing Pathways and SERICC provides advice and support for survivors of domestic abuse at dedicated
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16 Days of Activism – Day Seven

Shining a light on services What does refuge mean to survivors? One of our current residents told us what refuge means to them. “ I have never looked forward to Christmas as for years it was filled with fear and dread. I can not thank the staff enough for making me feel confident, safe and
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16 Days of Activism – Day Six

Shining a light on services Chief Executive Officer I have been the Chief Executive of Changing Pathways for over three years and I would say that my role is both rewarding (most of the time) and challenging (some of the time) What is certain in my role is that no two days are the same!
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16 Days of Activism – Day Five

Shining a light on services Day in the Life – Operations Manager Ranjit is the Outreach Community Services Manager for Changing Pathways. She studied BTEC National in Social Care, and went on to complete BA (Hons) in Applied Community and Youth Studies and recently accredited in SafeLives Service Manager.  Her passion is to empower Women,
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