What is Child's Vision

Child’s Vision was set up to help and support children that have witnessed or have been affected by domestic abuse. 

We have a background working with those affected by domestic abuse and found that there were not enough resources around to help children. We are therefore working with the NSPCC to deliver their ‘Domestic Abuse Recovering Together (DART) programme into local schools.

We also hold a support group regularly where all are welcome and we regularly have fundraising events which can be found on our Facebook page.

Our services

Support Group

We will meet on a regular basis, for more information click on the icon.

Children's Freedom Programme

Click on the icon for further information

1 : 1 School Support

The 1:1 school support comprises of between 8-12 weekly sessions per child. The sessions have a duration of 30 minutes and take a therapeutic approach.

NSPCC DART Programme

DART is for primary-school children aged 7 to 14 and mothers who have experienced domestic abuse. Click on the icon for further information

Mission Statement

“To give children the support they need to ‘Break The Cycle’ of the effects of domestic abuse”

Aims

We aim to help those affected by domestic abuse by:-

Promoting healthy relationships
Providing life skills
Providing education and support
Providing community and group projects

Our team

Total Number of Cases
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Children 'Broken the cycle'
Community and Group Projects

What our clients say

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Manager
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James Stevens
Manager

Our Sponsors

How can you help?

How your donations are used

Breaking the cycle of domestic abuse

Giving the children a safe place to have a voice

Please take a few moments to watch this powerful music video by ANTH and try and put yourself in the shoes of the children.

Directed by: Conor Maynard

Co-Directed by: Anthony Melo

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EVENTS

 Next course on Signs and Symptoms starts
Thursday 5th March 9:30-12:30
Fulston Manor Secondary School 
Sittingbourne, Kent
 Cost £30. Tickets available on Eventbrite.
Family Fun Day on Sunday 24th May at The Bull Pub in Newington Kent from 2pm onwards.
Event with Much Laughter CIC on Saturday 26th September (Charity Football Match).
 
 
Signs and Symptoms Course starts :-Thursday 5th March 9:30-12:30 at Fulston Manor Secondary School in Sittingbourne, Kent, cost £30. Tickets available on Eventbrite.
Family Fun Day on Sunday 24th May at The Bull Pub in Newington Kent from 2pm onwards.
Event with Much Laughter CIC on Saturday 26th September (Charity Football Match).