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Today we have the following Refuge vacancies:

 

Choices is an email based service for young people from the age of 11 - 19 years.  The service is confidential and provides 121 support via email to children or young people who are experiencing domestic abuse in their parents relationships or in their own relationships. TwoTeenagers

The service provides emotional support, self support tools and signposting to other agencies.  A confidentiality disclaimer will be discussed when support is offered. 

Choices also has a Facebook account with regular updates regarding domestic abuse and other stories that relate to children or young people with an opportunity to post wishes and views on the page. 

Choices is a service that is provided from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.  Contact details for email 121 support are:

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