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Women As Protectors

Osbaldwick Ward, York


Women as Protectors is a programme delivered by the NSPCC in York educates and supports women who have some form of relationship with a man who poses a risk of sexual harm to children. It could be a current or ex-partner, or someone who will be returning to the family. We can also help if it’s a family member who is contact with her and the children.

Women as Protectors through a 10 week group work programme provides education, emotional support and guidance to women that can keep the family safe – now and in the future. Through the support we provide to women, we can develop a detailed report to inform decisions and future planning. The report will include an assessment of the mum or carers ability to protect, based on the topics covered in the group work and identify any risk issues and support needs.

We are currently accepting referrals from York, North Yorkshire and East Riding. Please feel free to contact us on 01904 232800 to discuss the programme fully.

This service provider has not updated their information since 16/9/2016. Our target is that all service information should be no older than six months. You may wish to contact the provider to confirm the information before attending.

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Contact information

01904 232 800


N S P C C, 65 Osbaldwick Lane, York, North Yorkshire, YO10 3AY

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    DBS policy

    DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service - formerly criminal records check) policy? No

    Inclusion statement

    All childcare and services should make reasonable adjustments to support disabled children and young people or those with additional needs. Below is a statement from this provider about their inclusive practice and levels of experience of supporting different needs

    This provider has not given an inclusion statement. Please contact them for details of what adjustments they can make to support access to their service


    • Advice And Support / Domestic Abuse And Violence
    • Advice And Support / Sexual Abuse

    Last updated

    Last updated: 16/9/2016

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    01904 232 800

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