Safe Space offers free and confidential support for people who have experienced sexual abuse.
•Individuals, parents, partners and relatives
•Male and female survivors of sexual abuse
•Young People ages 12-18
Counselling | Outreach | Group Work | Awareness Raising | Training
We are based in Dunfermline, Fife and welcome people from anywhere, if they are able to travel to Fife to attend sessions.
All support workers are trained and experienced in working with survivors of sexual abuse.
All Safe Space workers are checked by Disclosure Scotland.
We take your privacy very seriously, however we work within Fife Council’s child protection procedures, so we always make children and young people’s safety and security a priority.
By law we have to pass on any information we receive related to terrorism or drug money laundering.
To support survivors of sexual abuse in developing self esteem, resilience, strengths and hope for the future which enable them to fully participate in their communities.
Community Development Model of Practice
Safe Space works to a Community Development Framework, which allows us to relate the experience of our client group
Last updated 23/11/2018
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This service is under the category: Rights & Representation , Adult Protection , Health & Social Care Services , Support Network , Support Group