YOUR STORY HAS A PLACE
IN THE PAST, BUT IT DOESN’T
DEFINE YOUR FUTURE
Everyone has the right to freedom, the right to live, and the right to learn. We’re here to help women survivors shape their future and begin the steps to complete sustainable freedom.
Our unique programmes have been designed to support women by sharing essential life skills that will help with confidence building, followed by essential skills development for future employment and education. All of which are important for living independently, finding work and remaining free.
Over a 12-month period, our programmes help survivors to develop various skills through in person and remote group workshops, one to one sessions, remote learning, group coaching, work placements, access to training, and formal education.
9 weeks: 1 session per week
Workshops: Group and 1-2-1
Session 1: 4 hours in person group orientation, tech distribution, cyber security training
Sessions 2-9: 90 minutes group via Teams
Plus up to three 1-2-1 remote sessions
14 weeks: Bi-weekly group and 1-2-1 sessions
Coaching: Remote via Teams
Bi-weekly 90 minutes remote group via Teams
Plus up to three thirty to sixty minute 1-2-1 remote sessions
Enrichment opportunities for employability ‘experiences’
6 months: 1 session per month
Monthly remote 90 minutes remote sessions for ongoing development, access to placement job board & online courses*
Remote via Teams
Survivor Network brings women of the Sophie Hayes Foundation programmes together several times a year for activities and events to help learn or gain new skills, share things that make us happy, meet new people, make new friends and just be themselves.
WHERE DO OUR PROGRAMMES TAKE PLACE?
London & South
Birmingham & Midlands
Liverpool & North
Note: All programmes are a hybrid combination of remote and in-person and focus on three key areas: Personal Development, Real World Experience and Ongoing Education.
For more information or to refer a survivor to our programmes;