News 2016-11-25T16:34:49+00:00

RAISING AWARENESS: We’ve been organising and attending events to get people talking about women’s mental health, domestic abuse and sexual violence.

The highlight for us was our Information Sharing Event for Bristol Women’s Services. This was an opportunity to find out about women’s services in Bristol with guest speakers, light refreshments and agencies providing services for women in Bristol exhibiting information. Other events included Bristol’s Blue Monday Galleries event, where we [...]

Thank you to everyone who came to our South Glos Domestic Abuse Services launch and who made the event such a success.

A very special thank you to the lovely Phoebe for singing at the launch and to our Guest speakers Sue Mountstevens, Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Avon and Somerset, and Amanda Deeks, Chief Executive, South Gloucestershire Council. The event was an opportunity to find out about Next Link services, our commitment to supporting victims, working in partnership and innovation. Next Link sister organisations Missing Link mental health services and Safe Link sexual violence services also had displays and were available to talk about the services they offer in South Gloucestershire.

PCC Pride Award for our SAFE Link team.

Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens recognised our Safe Link team with her latest Pride Awards. The awards aim to give people the chance to highlight those working tirelessly in their communities or organisations. Debbie, our Safe Link Team Leader also won an award earlier this year.

Visit from pioneering Gill Hague

We were delighted to welcome Gill Hague to our offices. Gill is the pioneer in the development of violence against women research. She visited Next Link to share ideas and experiences with our team.

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