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Inner City Women's Group - Breaking the Cycle

October 30, 2015 at 8:34 AM

Breaking the Cycle - Additional Programme

The holiday season is around the corner and along with the cheer it brings, it can often be a period of high stress. Many of the women we work with find the holidays particularly challenging as there is increased financial pressure, gathering of wanted and unwanted friends and family, possibly increased access to alcohol which could push things over the line, lack of support services and many many other factors.

This year we are offering an additional group for our programme ‘Breaking the Cycle- Freedom from abuse and violence’. The programme begins the week of 9th November and will finish the week of 14th  December. It’s a short 6 week group to address any safety issues that women and their families might be facing. It will have a special focus on safety planning for the holiday season and how to cope with the challenges of a violent relationship that might arise in this period.

Please share this information with your clients. If you would like to refer someone to the programme or need more information please give us a ring at 09-3604933/ 09- 2798727. The programme is available in Grey Lynn in day and evening times and in Papatoetoe in the day time.  A brochure of the programme and a referral form is attached with this email for your reference.

Check out the flyer here

Agency Referral Form

Our programmes schedule for 2016 will soon be available on our website :


Kind regards,



Prachi Mittal

Agency Manager

Ph: 09 360 4070  Mob: 021 034 8869

Fax: 09 360 4934


Category: Community Notices