Our Services / Outreach@SRC
Outreach@SRC is a practical support service for women and girls.
WHAT CAN THE SERVICE OFFER?
Outreach@SRC is a practical support service for women and girls. Our specialist outreach workers can work alongside you on a range of practical issues to improve your emotional and physical wellbeing.
This service empowers you to work creatively and practically, and you will be at the centre of the work, making choices about what is right for you!
Improving confidence and self-esteem
Reducing stress and increase control
Support you with isolation or social anxiety
Practical support to connect you with voluntary/statutory services
Support with benefits, housing, budgeting, debt
Exploring health, fitness, shopping, getting out and about
Getting back into education
Support with the Criminal Justice System
Outreach workers can also offer Advocacy work- being a voice for you as a survivor.
OUTREACH @SRC FAQS.
How many sessions can I have?
Outreach@SRC is a needs led service and works alongside you to achieve your goals, so your outreach worker will work alongside you until you feel in a place to continue alone.
How often are the sessions?
The length and frequency of your appointments will be agreed with your outreach worker. The outreach service agreed time between you and outreach worker.
Where do the sessions take place?
You can have meetings with the outreach worker wherever you feel safe, e.g in coffee shops, at an SRC premises, or at your home.
How can I refer to Outreach@SRC?
If you would like to self-refer to Outreach@SRC then please follow the link below, complete the information and submit it to us. If you’d prefer to call the office, then please do so between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday on (01473) 231200 or complete the ‘contact us’ form here and someone will get back to you.