Women’s experiences in Cuanlee
Children’s experiences in Cuanlee
At Cuanlee, we believe it is vital to hear and recognise children’s perspectives of their experiences. We believe it is essential to include children’s voices in building a service that is here to support them. Here is the feedback that some children shared about their stay at Cuanlee Refuge.
Impact of domestic abuse on children
Siobháin Leahy, Team Leader at Cuanlee Refuge discusses the impact of domestic abuse on children and the support available here at Cuanlee. Support is offered for you and your children in an open, non-judgemental, safe space.
Domestic Violence Court Orders
Mary Cullinane, Assistant Manager of Cuanlee Refuge explains the different types of domestic abuse court orders, what is covered and the application process.
Here at Cuanlee, we offer a court accompaniment and preparation service as going to court can be a very daunting and difficult process.
Healthy & unhealthy relationships for young women
Bernadette Hickey, Social Care Worker at Cuanlee Refuge discusses healthy and unhealthy relationships. Highlighting the signs of both types of relationships and how to recognise the danger signs.
Caithríona O’ Neill, Social Worker at Cuanlee Refuge highlights the various forms of domestic abuse, giving examples of each. Domestic abuse and violence can occur in a number of ways, but all are damaging and there is no excuse for any form of abusive behaviour.
How to Support Someone who is Experiencing Domestic Abuse.
16 Days of Action: Day 6: Why is it so hard to Leave?
Bernadette Hickey, Social Care Worker at Cuanlee Refuge illustrates why it is so difficult to leave an abusive relationship.
We often hear people saying, “why don’t they just leave?“, however, breaking the cycle of abuse is never that simple.