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Suffolk Survivor Network CIC

 

Suffolk Survivor Network CIC provides emotional support and advocacy for adults and children who have been subjected to domestic abuse.  We are specialists in family court support for women in child custody cases.  We offer SEND (special educational needs and disabled) tuition for EHE (elective home education) and children subjected to abuse​.

We offer emotional and practical support to deal with front line services and legal agencies.  We give solution focussed advice and offer McKenzie Friend support services in legal proceedings.

We are experts by experience who have first-hand understanding of family court in child custody cases.  We support clients who are LIP (Litigant In Person), represented privately or covered by Legal Aid.

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Who to contact

Name
Suffolk Survivor Network
Email
contact@suffolksurvivornetwork.co.uk
Website
https://www.suffolksurvivornetwork.co.uk
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Address
Suffolk

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Things we can do to help:

Membership to online peer-support group                                                                                      

Complete Legal Aid application                                                                                                      

Referral to 'Freedom Programme' on an individual or group basis                                                  

Support reporting crime to the Police and referral to IDVA and/or ISVA service                              

1:1 emotional support with 'VictimFocus' trained Liaison Officer                                                     

Liaison with legal professionals, Solicitors and Barristers                                                              

Time-line compilation and evidence organisation                                                                           

Liaison with front-line government organisations such as Social Services                                     

Outbound referrals for other services (such as home support through Home-Start)                        

Apply for compensation for victims of crime through CICA                                                             

(Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority)

Tuition services for children who have been impacted by family court proceedings                        

Home education services and progress reports                                                                             

Monthly family days to relax and make friends with other survivor families                                     

Healing sessions such as therapeutic yoga, sound baths, somatic healing                                    
(please note these are contribution based)

Weekly online mindfulness sessions                                                                                               

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