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Young Snowdrops

 

Project Overview

Young Snowdrops is a project funded by Awards for All, and aims to reach 11-18 year olds affected by domestic abuse. We take a preventative approach to abuse, helping girls understand consent, what a healthy relationship looks like and how to recognise abusive relationships.

There is also a space within the course for girls to choose some session topics themselves. Sessions have covered self-harm, contraception, self-confidence, relationships with parents and professionals and resource creation for peers.

Project Outcomes

Young women and girls attending Young Snowdrops will:

  • Have increased knowledge about the impact of domestic abuse

  • Be able to identify the early warning signs of abuse

  • Have increased knowledge of healthy relationships

  • Have increased knowledge on topics such as consent and CSE

  • Have increased self-esteem and confidence

Project Offers

Young Snowdrops is a face to face group run in conjunction with Basis Yorkshire and offers

  • Two age-appropriate groups

  • Emotional health and well-being support

  • 1-1 support for those in the group with the highest need

 
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Make A Referral

For more information about Young Snowdrops, or to discuss a potential referral please call 0113 276 2851 and ask to speak to Lydia.

If you would like to refer yourself, or a woman you are supporting, please complete our online referral form.