Lighthouse Women’s Aid believes knowledge is power

Lighthouse Women’s Aid believes knowledge is power

Mel B is currently making headlines after her appearance on Good Morning Britain. The former Spice Girl spoke openly about the abuse she experienced in her past relationship, in a bid to help others recognise the warning signs and reach out for support.

The new Domestic Abuse bill has been passed by the Government, so now more than ever, Lighthouse Women’s Aid are passionate about raising awareness and teaching employers and employees how they can best support women in the workplace.

Lighthouse Women’s Aid is a charitable organisation based in Suffolk providing emotional support to women, young people and children experiencing domestic abuse in their personal or family relationships.

Their mission is to support and empower women, young people and children affected by domestic abuse or violence.

Lighthouse Women’s Aid aims to do this by raising awareness, providing a safe, supportive environment and by developing and implementing preventative and therapeutic services.

To book onto the training, donate, volunteer or to find out more visit the Lighthouse Women’s Aid website.

Head Office: 01473 220 770
For Advice: 01473 228 270

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