Join this free online session to find out how the Revive Scotland project is already making a difference to women experiencing or threatened with homelessness caused by domestic abuse, by helping them find social housing in the area of their choice in Scotland.
Revive Scotland: Delivering a fresh start for domestic abuse survivors
22nd March | 11am - 12pm | Online
*Please note this webinar is ONLY for housing professionals and professionals from domestic abuse organisations*
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What will this webinar cover?
- An overview of our progress to date in terms of supporting local authorities and housing providers deal with domestic abuse cases
- Overcoming barriers together: how Revive Scotland can help you break the link between domestic abuse and homelessness
- An opportunity to learn about the vital work of Wigtownshire Women's Aid and how working with us has meant good outcomes for 2 Revive Scotland cases
- Successful case studies to show how partnership working is fundamental to offer a fresh start for women fleeing domestic abuse
Get to know the speakers
- Andrea Williams - Revive Scotland Project Coordinator
Andrea has worked in social housing for over 29 years, including Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Housing Association, Wheatley Group and now as the Coordinator of Revive Scotland. She was also part of Tomorrow’s Women Glasgow team, winner of the 2019 COSLA award for ‘Achieving Better Outcomes in Partnership.
- Tina McGoldrick - Safehouse/Refuge Support Worker, Wigtownshire Women's Aid
Formed in 1987 by a small group of volunteers, Wigtownshire Women's Aid offers a confidential service that provides information, support and temporary safe accommodation for women, children and young people fleeing domestic abuse.
Plus, get inspired by the stories of women who successfully relocated via Revive Scotland!
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