Hear Me provides a free and confidential trauma specific outreach counselling service in Angus for children and adults who have experienced or been affected by sexual abuse. Their work involves enabling and supporting survivors to self-manage mental health, increase independence and autonomy, and have a say in what matters to them. Hear Me also help equip survivors to have safer coping strategies, greater awareness of opportunities, and increased confidence, self-esteem and self-belief.
Earlier this month saw 3,000 people from the third sector attend SCVOâ€™s the Gathering, the largest free voluntary sector event in the UK. Our team were more than attendees, taking part in a collaborative funders session and our Specialist Volunteer Network (SVN) hosted a panel discussion alongside Pilotlight on opportunities for charities to access professionalRead More
Each year between the 25th November and 10th December communities across the world take part in 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence. The campaign calls for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls.Â In Scotland, this yearâ€™s 16 Days of Activism wants us to â€˜Imagine a Scotland without Gender BasedRead More
Our Building Brighter Futures Fund (BBFF) team recently visited Govan High School alongside the Hub Community Foundation (HCF) where PEEK showcased their â€˜Your Choiceâ€™ programme delivered in partnership with Govan High School and Police Scotland.Â Your Choice is PEEKâ€™s early intervention project funded by BBFF to support young people disengaging from mainstream educational provision withRead More