Support from Thornhill
Sunflower Project Women's Group Programme
The Sunflower Project
The Sunflower project is in the process of recruiting a new group of women starting on the 8 September 2021.
The Sunflower project has been developed to provide a safe, nurturing space for survivors of domestic violence/abuse. To help Women to reflect on and explore their experiences with specialist facilitators, learn about healthy coping strategies, understand the definition of domestic violence/abuse, encourage peer support and identify additional support where required. The Sunflower Project Women’s programme offers an 11 week group programme for Women who have experienced domestic violence/abuse.
The sessions will take place once a week, in term time for 3.5 hours per session starting on the 8 September. In order to participate in the programme women must no longer be living with the perpetrator. If you are working with a woman who is a survivor of domestic violence/ abuse and who is interested in participating in the Sunflower group programme, please complete the above referral form. The information sheet provides detailed information about the programme.
If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with Heather Vaccianna (Heather.Vaccianna@islington.gov.uk).
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