The SAFE project works with children and young people that were child witnesses or victims of violence who display behaviours synonymous with domestic abuse that require intervention at the earliest stage to prevent them from going on to normalise and use abusive behaviours.

The primary aim of the SAFE project is to support young people to make changes in their behaviour by challenging their underpinning values and attitudes with a structured negotiated programme of work that uses a range of cognitive activities to challenge perceptions and underpinning negative behaviours.  By tackling the underpinning perspectives, the programme has the potential of having long-term positive impacts rather than just tackling the behaviours, enabling young people to gain an understanding and therefore more control of the behaviour choices they make.




SAFE Leaflet Feb 2019.pdf

State your Case Feb 2019.pdf