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Coronavirus update from The Green House

29 June 2020 The Covid-19 outbreak has affected all of us and like many charities The…

The Green House awarded accreditation for our work with male survivors

Following a rigorous assessment process we are delighted to have been granted independent accreditation against…

The Green House has moved to our brand new therapy centre!

The Green House has moved to our new home at St Agnes Lodge in St Paul’s, Bristol. The culmination of a two year capital project, fundraising, purchasing and renovating the site, we are thrilled to now offer a bespoke therapy center for survivors of sexual abuse.

We’re looking for volunteers to help shape our therapy services

The Green House alongside our partners Womankind, SARSAS and Barnardo’s are recruiting survivors with lived experience of accessing and receiving therapeutic support.

The Green House will be moving!

We are delighted to share that preparations for our new building are well underway and…

A Light In The Dark: new Social Return On Investment study published by The Green House

The new ROI study provides empirical evidence of the value and impact of therapy services for sexually abused children and young people.

New funding from the Masonic Charitable Foundation!

We are thrilled to have been awarded a new £4,000 grant from the Bristol Freemasons and Masonic Charitable Foundation! The generous funds will support the work of our Children and Young People’s Service, enabling us to help more children heal and recover from sexual abuse.

The Green House awarded new premises at St Agnes Lodge

Following a rigorous bidding process, The Green House is delighted to have been offered the purchase of St Agnes Lodge in St Pauls, Bristol. Supporting anyone affected by sexual abuse, the organisation has seen a 300% increase in demand for its counselling services over the last 3 years.

New funding for The Green House and Womankind partnership

The Green House and Womankind are delighted to be awarded a multi-year grant enabling the partnership to support over 5,000 people in the next four years.

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