News from RtR

This is a great message about young people understanding healthy relationships.

Dear all,

Today we are excited to finally release our latest SafeStories video, Hope’s Story.  This story portrays the experience of Hope, as she meets and starts a relationship with Donte.  The plot and characters were created by young people during workshops with SAFE!, and the video was subsequently written and produced by 1848Media.

You can watch the video here



A message from Oxford Health NHS:

Walking With You’ is a parent led support group for anyone supporting children and young people experiencing mental health difficulties. 

Click to LinkWith relaxations in social distancing and entertainment places such as cinemas, zoos and outdoor centres reopening, we all appreciate a little more freedom, especially with younger children.

No sooner did we have an article on creating a fundraising page, than one of our readers not only decided to walk from Witney to Abingdon but pursuaded her teenage daughter and dog to accompany her!

This is from one of our readers who works in Health and wanted to make a difference:

Hello,

I'm fundraising for Reducing the Risk and would really appreciate if you could donate whatever you can to help me reach my target of £200!

We are often approached by people wanting to donate, or shop online and raise funds for us, or who want to complete a fundraising event such as shaving their head or doing a sponsored walk. Here are some reminders of how you can help us reduce the risk of domestic abuse.

The folowing is a survey appeal for anyone who has suffered any form of sexual assault. 

Hello, 

I hope everyone is safe and well at this time.  

My name is Elli Sarvari, and I am a PhD Researcher based at Staffordshire University. I am conducting research around barriers victim/survivors face when making a decision to report a crime of sexual offences to the police.  

We know that many of you like to hear some positive news and suggestions for lockdown with children for clients, friends or yourselves. Here is another newsletter from our old friend Panda again.


This week delivers more adjusting and adapting for us all.  We have a new normal and further changes ahead. The one thing we know about the future is that it comes only one day at a time.


Reducing the Risk are very lucky to be joined by Natalie Collins for an hour long webinar on the 16th July, 10:30-11:30, discussing the Own My Life course. Spaces are limited, so sign up quickly and please let us know if you cannot make it. 

Domestic Abuse Awareness Training

Our good friends at OAC have been busy with several more initiatives on top of their normal work.

Pages