- NEXUS chosen as Charity of the Year 2014 for Business In The Community
- Together for you web site
- We need to know more about grooming
- Steps video
- New NSPCC Helpline for child sexual exploitation
- Together For You
- Improving the Justice System for victims of sexual abuse
- Is chasing perpetrators turning into “witch hunt”
- STEPS CLASSES PLACES AVAILABLE
- US clamping down on online child sexual abuse
Category Archives: Nexus
The together for you project now has a web site www.togetherforyou.org.uk This project is funded by The Big Lottery Fund and is a partnership of 9 charities delivering projects to improve mental health and wellbeing services across Northern Ireland.
http://blog.oup.com/2013/01/grooming-child-abuse/ Society needs to learn more about the grooming of children and adults before sexual abuse. If we can spot the signs of grooming we might have a chance of stopping the abuse before it happens
STEPS is designed to help people move from dependence to independence. It teaches individuals to think differently about themselves and their families and what they, themselves, can and cannot do. It enables people to become independent, self-directed and fully accountable. … Continue reading
The NSPCC has set up a dedicated helpline, 0800 389 1701, to specifically support the investigation into child sexual exploitation in Northern Ireland. If you need advice, information or if you have concerns about a child at risk of sexual … Continue reading
Nexus NI are delighted to be part of the Together For You project. This is an exciting new project lead by Action Mental Health and in partnership with Aware Defeat Depression, Cause, cruse, MindWise, Praxis Care, Relate and ourselves providing … Continue reading
We currently have places available for STEPS classes that we are planning for the future. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 028 9032 6803. Below are pictures of 2 STEPS classes that have completed their course.
Nexus NI were invited to the offical opening of the new Sexual Assault Referral Centre, known as The Rowan. Pam Hunter our CEO and one of our clients, Sharon, was in attendance and met with the Duchess of Cornwall who … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who helped raise £400 for Nexus Ni in the Bangor coastal 100km bike ride
Thanks to the Kavanagh Sisters for launching our Ebay auction. We sold nearly all our items and thank you to everyone who supported us. The proceeds for the auction will be used for family support.
The Ebay auction starts at 9pm on Thursday 16 May. See our auction items at http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/nexuscharity