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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 national quality standards for services supporting male survivors of sexual abuse.

Led by LimeCulture, one of the UK’s leading sexual violence training organisations, the accreditation process involved a thorough assessment of our service delivery, accessibility, impact evaluation and governance.

Emma Bull, The Green House’s Adults Service Clinical Lead, said

“The Green House aims to offer a centre of excellence where anyone affected by sexual abuse has the opportunity to access free specialist support. We are delighted to receive this accreditation evidencing the quality of our valuable work with male survivors of sexual abuse.

Our dedicated team work incredibly hard to offer counselling services of the highest standard and we hope this quality mark will bring greater awareness of the excellent support we provide for survivors across the Greater Bristol area.”

For more information about the quality standards and accreditation scheme please visit the Male Survivors Partnership website.


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